Why Should Christians Care about Criminal Justice?
August 31, 2022 Posted by Curtis Chang in Good Faith Podcast
When you think of “Christians and the law,” you might think of an attorney who focuses on pro-life issues or the First Amendment. Or, more recently, you might think of political activists attempting to overturn the recent 2020 election results. However, our characterizations fundamentally miss (or sometimes completely undermine) the true scope of justice the Bible portrays.
Why is Sending Kids to College So Hard?
August 28, 2022 Posted by Curtis Chang in Good Faith Podcast
You’ve packed your child’s clothes, driven them to college, settled them in their new dorm room, and said a tearful goodbye. Why do we do this? What now?
Twitter and the Printing Press￼￼￼
August 20, 2022 Posted by Curtis Chang in Good Faith Podcast, Literature
This week, David French and I are joined by Karen on the Good Faith podcast, who talks about the current state of affairs in social media, particularly Twitter, and compares its impact on culture and the church to the printing press.
In Times of Trouble: Watch and Pray
August 13, 2022 Posted by Curtis Chang in Anxiety, Good Faith Podcast, Institutions, Post Partisan Christian Project, Theology
Ever feel “the end of the world is nigh?” If the cultural chaos is getting you down, how ought you think, feel, and pray during these tumultuous times?
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