Tag Archives: Phil Vischer
A Christian guide to voting
What about the issue of abortion and voting?
What does it mean to “vote biblically?”
White Evangelical Votes and Black Christian Votes
Let’s repair the breach before it’s too wide
I have been hard on my evangelical, fundamentalist roots for a long time. It hasn’t really led to more discussion as much as it has led to a lot of silence. Nevertheless, I press on. These are things that need to take place. Tough conversations. Tough action.
The “nuclear” family and the extended family
I listened to the Holy Post Podcast and this week’s discussion (beginning around 10:30.00) has a discussion on an Atlantic Monthly article by David Brooks on the “nuclear family.” It was a fascinating discussion FOLLOWED BY Part 2 of an interview with Matthew Soerens of World Relief on the subject of immigration. Both discussions wereContinue reading “The “nuclear” family and the extended family”
The follow up on Christianity Today’s editorial
Last week Christianity Today posted an editorial calling for the removal of the president. Well, a lot has happened since then. It got Trump’s ire in some tweets and then some responses from the “right” and the “left.”
Pushing labels, rejecting labels
We have tendencies to get people “slotted” into our categories so we decide quickly if they are “in” or “out” to us.
Veggie Tales, Shifting Demographics, and Luddites
Phil Vischer, creator of VeggieTales, has a podcast that is one part goofy (because Vischer is just that way) and two parts insightful. THIS PODCAST is worth the listen…