I recently became aware of the term “cancel culture.” The term is new to me but the idea behind it is not. I have experienced this, and unfortunately, I usually have experienced this in the church.
Whether or not we have the support of the current Pharaoh, Prime Minister or President, the church is called to be countercultural.
In Numbers 20, we have a story of how Moses was denied access to the promised land because he acted in unbelief. What can we learn from this story?
Too often, we fight the culture war by digging a trench and lobbing arguments at the enemy trench. Better we meet between the trenches.
Those who approve of homosexual union think us narrow to reject their claims. Yet Jesus and Bob Dylan tell us that the truth is narrow. We can choose to acquiesce to the culture or stand with Jesus. I know who wins in the end and I choose to stand with him.
A recent ruling in Indiana held that sexually graphic pictures posted by school girls on Facebook are considered constitutionally protected speech. As a result, their school could not submit them to discipline for the photos. The case was decided in court because the ACLU represented the girls to appeal the discipline that he school implemented […]