Evangelical Politics: Three Generations From Speaking of Faith

Today we listened to Krista Tippett’s discussion with Chuck Colson, Greg Boyd and Shane Claiborne on the role of Christians in politics. It’s well worth the listen: A passionate discussion is unfolding in public and in private among Evangelical leaders and communities. Should Christians be involved in politics and if so, how? What has goneContinue reading “Evangelical Politics: Three Generations From Speaking of Faith”

Stepping into the Wind: A Pentecost-Inspired Writing Competition

Jesus Manifesto has posted a writing contest that I think some of you may want to know about, it sounds pretty interesting: We want your words. Jesus Manifesto is inviting you to submit an original article exploring the theme of Pentecost. In particular we want you to explore the theme of Pentecost in light ofContinue reading “Stepping into the Wind: A Pentecost-Inspired Writing Competition”

An Open-Handed Gospel | Richard Mouw

The President of Fuller (where I attend) had this to say about the need for for charity among Evangelicals in a recent article he wrote for Christianity Today.   In a speech I heard several years ago, the Japanese-American theologian Kosuke Koyama put it nicely: We all have to decide, he said, whether we haveContinue reading “An Open-Handed Gospel | Richard Mouw”