Imagine reading that the late Antonin Scalia and Ruth Bader Ginsburg were “best buddies.” Noted for their position on opposite ends of the judiciary perspective, one wonders, at least I wonder, could their relationship provide an illustration for the Pastor-Theologian? I believe so.… Continue readingRead More
Did David Ayer consider that his script and movie would offer an underlying critique of the current war on Terror? Sure, it is not the first thing about which you think when Fury presents viewers with a variety of crossroads. But, Wardaddy, Brad Pitt, offers one way this … Continue readingRead More
By the time of the 1988 elections, everyone in American evangelicalism was wholly opposed to legal abortion and everyone in American evangelicalism was pretending that this had always been the case.
Figuring you … Continue readingRead More