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Archive for the ‘Ethics’ Category


October 12, 2017

Marshall is the true story of Thurgood Marshall, a NAACP attorney who would later become the first African American justice of the Supreme Court. Marshall focuses on Thurgood’s early life and one case in particular. At the time Thurgood Marshall traveled all over the United States defending clients of color who had been falsely accused […]


February 14, 2014

Social Media I have read several great posts regarding social media lately. In Seductress or Servant: Managing the Addictive Power of Social Media Dan Bouchelle tells his story regarding the dangers and addictions of social media. In I Tweet, & Apollos Blogs, But God… Michael Whitworth asks us to consider why we are using social […]


September 7, 2013

Syria Brian Zahnd has written a wonderful monologue on the situation in Syria. It is brief but to the point. It presents ways of responding in a Christian way to many of the questions and points that are being raised. How does a Christian respond to this business about a red line being crossed? Zahnd […]

Love Your Enemies

August 21, 2013

“You have heard that it was said, ‘An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth.’But I say to you, Do not resist the one who is evil. But if anyone slaps you on the right cheek, turn to him the other also. And if anyone would sue you and take your tunic, let him have your cloak as well. And […]

David Lipscomb’s Theology of the Kingdom

July 22, 2013

On November 13, 1862 David Lipscomb met with Tolbert Fanning, E. G. Sewell, R. B. Trimble and several other men to discuss how Christians should respond to the Civil War. What came out of that meeting was a letter written by Fanning but containing the beliefs of all the men present.(1) The letter was addressed to “his excellency […]

I am the Winner!

March 28, 2013

Recently, my 4 year old son has become obsessed with winning. He goes around saying, “I want to be the winner.” When he thinks he has won something he yells, “I am the winner! I am the winner!” Normally, I would discourage my child’s obsession with being first, but he has an unusual idea of […]

The Lord’s Supper: A Means of Grace

February 11, 2013

When Christians assemble together on the first day of the week we do it for many different reasons. We come for learning and encouragement. We come to sing and to pray. We come for these things and more, but at the center of our worship is the Lordʼs table, a meal that Jesus himself instituted. […]

Will Campbell on Racism and the Church

January 22, 2013



October 4, 2012

Bias is something many people talk about, but rarely admit to in serious situations. A news organization accuses another news organization of being biased, but never entertains the idea they may be guilty themselves. In politics accusations of bias are thrown out left and right. Often these accusations are not based on any evidence and […]

How Do We Stop the Violence?

August 14, 2012

Over the last few weeks our country has been ravaged by violence. Attacks on people have taken place in Colorado, Wisconsin, and Texas. Many people have lost their lives and many more have been seriously injured. It did not take long at all for this to become a political issue. People on the right and […]