Pastors and Politics, Southern Shame, Making Abortion Unthinkable

I’ve been busy writing over at ReadingInBabylon.com.

How can we work in the culture to make abortion not only illegal, but unthinkable?

What are the theological implications of trying to do church in a digital environment? How do we navigate the tension between the ideal of in-person (analog) church and the reality of the coronavirus? Analysis and review of Analog Church.

What do you do when your faith is challenged, not from atheism, but from so-called Christians? How should we respond to the danger of progressive Christianity? My review of Alisa Childer’s new book.

Should pastors “just preach the gospel?” Listen to Episode 1 of the Reading In Babylon podcast.

Finally, check out this piece by David French explaining how Southern shame culture influences evangelicals in the political world.

Where Does the South End and Christianity Begin?