Men complain the church has been ‘feminized,’ pointing to the prevailing idea that a good Christian man is essentially an unmanly ‘nice guy.’ Peterson attracts young men because he flips this model on its head: being good will probably make you less ‘safe.’
In part 1 of this article, I argued that a temperament of “Christian passivity” is a problem in the contemporary church. In part II, I argue that the Bible warns us against sins of passivity and calls us to boldness. I also offer some suggestions for promoting a Christian culture that can cultivate the virtue […]
The belief that boldness is for God alone is radically unbiblical. Now more than ever, it is time to cast it aside.
In the past eighteen months of the Covid pandemic crisis, there has been a great deal of attention on how to control the governed—keep them inside, keep them separated, keep them masked, get them vaccinated—but relatively little on restraining the inevitable abuse or ill-advised use of that control.
How scientism conflicts with science by stifling debate, citing expert credentials to demand unquestioning acceptance, and uses the power of science to advance political agendas.
A new strategy is needed for Christians to cope in a world where Christianity is viewed as a social negative.