Category Archives: Engagement

One Path for Bioethics in the Church

My friend Sarah recently presented at the Center for Bioethics & Human Dignity’s Global Bioethics: Emerging Challenges Facing Human Dignity conference. Her presentation was entitled “Women’s Discipleship: A Pathway for Bioethics in the Local Church,” and is available on her … Continue reading

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It is a disaster when only one kind of truth prevails at the expense of another

Walker Percy received the Laetare Medal at Notre Dame in 1989, and in his acceptance speech he said: The motto of the Laetare Medal is, I understand, ‘Magna est veritas et prevalebit,’ ‘Truth is mighty and shall prevail.’ I like … Continue reading

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Science Fiction

Another link from Christianity Today: Sci-Fi’s Brave New World: How the genre draws us to its own views of redemption Which stories will guide us as we make our way through the perilous 21st century with its stunning technologies and … Continue reading

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Required Reading: D.A. Carson on Being In but Not Of the Digital World

I’ll just say that I find this very convicting. We need to hear competing voices of information from the world around us, use our time in the digital world wisely, and learn to shut that world down when it becomes … Continue reading

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The New Media Frontier

The New Media Frontier has been nominated for Outreach Resource of the Year in Evangelism by Outreach magazine.

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Looking Forward To

Here’s one of the classes listed for this Fall at church: The Office, Lost, The Sopranos and the Old Testament: An ardent introduction to the Old Testament with an exploration of how society’s images and culture shape our understanding of … Continue reading

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William Wilberforce Movie

Coinciding with the 200th anniversary of the British Parliament’s passage of a bill banning the transportation of slaves (February 23, 2007), the movie Amazing Grace brought to the big screen the life of William Wilberforce, a key figure in the … Continue reading

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