Who pays on the first date? Is there a way we can criticize in a healthy way? And is Christian satire helping Millennials grow in the fear of God? These are some of the questions we dive into on this week's groupcast.
Looking out over the Aegean from Kavala, I thought of the prison that awaited Paul in Philippi, the riots in both Thessalonica and Berea, and the arrogant mockery in Athens. Paul’s intrusion on this ancient culture would be met with stiff resistance.
Most evangelical Protestants celebrate four to five special Christian days a year. Have we lost the importance of them? For example, today is Ascension Day, and the truths that are revealed are so important for the church to reflect on and remember.
How many genuine Christians are there really? Perhaps we are obsessed with the question. After all, we in the west live in a world where election polls, opinion polls, shoppers’ preferences and personal attitudes are constantly being measured and quantified.