Here are seven examples of Christmas traditions that were under fire this year.
People could not fathom the idea of going to a place where Internet was spotty at best and there was no air conditioning.
Part of our calling is to be joyful and thankful in all circumstances—not just the ones that inspire us to put “#blessed” after a Facebook status.
Reasonable Christians all know that a) Starbucks has always been a secular joint and b) urging businesses to adopt your religious symbols smacks of hypocrisy when there’s that whole gay wedding cake argument going on.
I think breaking through to heaven will be—in an infinitely more glorious fashion—akin to meeting someone you know only from Twitter.
Anything we don’t want to blast to our network of friends doesn’t count. God is only invoked when it’s a “blessing.”
If we love our neighbors, we owe it to them to listen.
Christians are missing out if they don’t read his new interview with Complex magazine. Not because Bieber offers the best guidelines for living a Christian life (he says he’s “not religious” and doesn’t seem to think going to church is a necessity), but because he is willing to illustrate through his own “broken” humanity how badly we need God.
Pope Francis isn’t liberal, and PC culture hasn’t won yet.
We cut the crust off the Internet sandwich so you don’t have to.