Josh Harris recently abandoning his faith after being a celebrity in Evangelical Christianity has created a major stir. I cannot help but wonder if it is not part of a major trend, and a symptom of a much deeper issue. Is our Evangelical house of faith built on a rock, or shifting sand?
There is nothing like "nostalgia" to help remind us of a world that never existed. The good old days may have been great, but they were not as great as we remember...
I'm not an "open borders" guy when it comes to U.S. Immigration (although our founding fathers were!) but I do believe we should greatly relax our unnecessarily strict quotas, and allow for "free markets" to better decide how many people should be able to immigrate to the United States to work and to live.
It might be 100 degrees outside, but July is the best time of year to start thinking about Christmas. No, not Christmas in July shopping events, rather, it is the best time of year to start saving for Christmas.
As Christians living in America, we love our nation. I worry though, that our love for America has gone too far. Art Katz used to say, "You are far too American."