Jan 31, 2023
America’s motto is e pluribus unum, “out of many, one.” Yet the modern obsession with diversity and inclusion has left us a nation where citizens have little in common. Shane welcomes Richard Lints to explain how the Church’s mission and very identity reconcile unity and diversity.
Jan 27, 2023
Shane welcomes the Colson Center’s Kasey Leander to talk about what it looks like to be “stuck in the present,” and how a careful study of history can keep us from either uncritically idolizing or demonizing those who came before us.
Jan 24, 2023
Affluent, modern people are too often “stuck in the present,” dismissing the past as benighted and bigoted. Shane welcomes author David George Moore to explain why Christians must be students of history, and how to appreciate the people we meet there, warts and all.
Jan 20, 2023
Shane and Tim reflect on the conversation with Samuel James about how the internet has changed our behavior and speech. As digital platforms come and go, Christians must reemphasize timeless virtues to stay rooted in reality.
Jan 18, 2023
Twitter and Facebook may be in decline, but they leave in their wake a more tribal, fractured, and superficial evangelical church. Shane welcomes Crossway editor and writer Samuel James to reveal how technology has taught us bad habits, and how Christians can recover.