We love living life inside the box. It brings us comfort. And according to musician John Howey, this comfort becomes a cage that oppresses us. It's a life we need to be freed from. We need to become "uncaged." In today's podcast, I talk to John about the uncaged life, and his upcoming album.
There are a number of spiritual dangers that we face as Christians in America. A "worldliness" has crept into us. And by that, I don't mean what movies we watch or what clothes we wear. Rather, it is our identity as Americans. As Christians baptized into the red, white, and blue, our nationalistic identity as Americans threatens to distort our view of what it means to be a Christian. In today's podcast, I talk about this pressing issue...
As Christians, we love anytime Christians become celebrities or celebrities become Christians. Kayne West's recent conversion is a lesson in this. Today's podcast explores the dangers associated with our Christian celebrity culture, and the alternative culture I believe we need to cultivate.
A look at what it means to be "politically homeless" as a Christian, with no loyalty to Republicans, Democrats, orLibertarian political parties in America.
A Canadian Christian sits down with an American Christian to talk about our cultural blindspots. We talk about the culture wars: nationalism, abortion, homosexuality/gay marriage, immigration, guns, and the role of the Church in politics.
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."