In “Books in Conversation” I seek to bring together several authors through their notable works in order to synthesize a conversation about a needed topic. Given the current season of political crossfire it seems more necessary than ever to have a conversation about Christianity in the public square. 3,686 more words
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“The Porn Phenomenon
Culture & Media
Today, our team had the privilege of launching a new nationwide study about pornography. It is a massive research project examining teenagers, young adults, and Americans in general as well as pastors and youth pastors – more than 3,000 interviews in total across a range of questions. 108 more words
David Kinnaman and Gabe Lyons, Good Faith: Being a Christian When Society Thinks You’re Extreme and Irrelevant (Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books, 2016).
I recently testified before a state legislative committee in favor of two religious freedom bills. 1,021 more words
David Kinnaman, You Lost Me: Why Young Christians Are Leaving Church…and Rethinking Faith
Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Publishing, 2011.
Three (that come to mind) of my peers in the department of Bible, Missions, and Ministry at ACU are now working in traditional ministerial contexts. 1,465 more words