The aspects of Christianity which challenge the current cultural climate the most are the ones that force us to go deeper into our faith.
C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien and their fantasy worlds are inextricably linked, and that may even extend to “The Rings of Power.”
Like the unlikely hobbit carrying the fate of the world, I have found hope for “The Rings of Power” in the strangest of places, including the words of an atheist “Game of Thrones” writer.
How would our behavior differ if we truly believed that our fellow Christians are fellow pieces of the beautiful home God is building for Himself?
Everyone thinks they know enough to be an expert on every subject. How can we fix that?
You can be impressed by the beauty God’s creation, but do not lose sight of the one thing in the entire universe that alone bears His image.
Christians need more convictional strength and less pure stubbornness, but what separates the two?