EL ASUMIR QUE EL MANTENER UNA LISTA DE REGLAS ES TODO LO QUE NECESITAMOS PARA QUE LAS COSAS SALGAN BIEN, NO LIMITA A UNA NIÑA DE SIETE AÑOS A TORCER BRAZOS.
Our goal is a kingdom that never ends, and our purpose in parenting is to see this kingdom revealed through our families.
The assumption that keeping a list of rules can make everything right isn’t limited to arm-twisting seven-year-olds.
The growing cultural phenomenon surrounding comic books and the escape from the pressures of normal life.
“Comics are the new Bible,” film critic Anne Billson recently declared, “and devotees never tire of seeing their idols save the world.” Her elevation of comic books to canonical status is certainly overstated, but she may be quite correct in suggesting that part of the current appeal of comics is their openness to the supernatural.…
Christians have always wrestled with the question of how to live in and engage most faithfully the culture around us. That challenge has, perhaps, never been more difficult than it is at this moment. The moral and intellectual foundations of Western nations, and those influenced by them, are currently changing at an unprecedented velocity. This…
Francis Schaeffer’s “How Should We Then Live” after 40 years
Francis Schaeffer championed an understanding of reason and faith that influenced a generation of Christian scholars.