Title Index

Academy Award nominations were announced a few weeks ago, and while many of the nominees may not be the movies most frequently discussed around the water cooler, it’s worth taking a minute to look at the films from 2015 the... Continue...

In order to renew anything, we must have a vision for what it is intended to be, for what’s gone wrong, and for how to bring about transformation. The following will establish that threefold vision for sexuality: 1. Christian faith... Continue...

“We are afflicted in every way, but not crushed.” (2 Cor. 4:8) Suffering can be so painful and dark that normalcy can seem like a distant memory from another life—an easier one, a happier one. Like a dead weight bearing... Continue...

With his characteristic biblical insight and cultural engagement, Tim Keller’s book on marriage, The Meaning of Marriage, is filled with wisdom and encouragement. Aimed at those who are married and singles considering marriage (and singles who have sworn off the... Continue...

The Spring 2015 edition of the Journal for Biblical Manhood and Womanhood has just been released. And one of the recurring themes in that journal is transgenderism. Addressing some of the medical implications of transgender surgery, Craig Kline, M.D. and David Schrock... Continue...

Justice Antonin Scalia has died. The significance of his passing on the Supreme Court, and on the nature of this election season, cannot be understated. A legendary American has died. I’m not a lawyer. But that doesn’t mean that Justice... Continue...

They once rattled in pockets and paid off purchases. Now they’re routinely tossed to the ground and trampled underfoot. Some voices have even proposed doing away with them altogether. At a cost of 1.4 cents to mint per cent, the... Continue...

Cowtown, Texas (a.k.a. Fort Worth) is generally a fairly quiet place to live. For nearly a decade, I have called this place home. Three of my four children are native-born Texans. While every city has its warts, I have thoroughly... Continue...

This Washington Post report about Bill Cosby is profoundly disturbing. We have to acknowledge that he has yet to be tried in a court of law. Still, this story stirs up in me two feelings that I suspect are common... Continue...

The ERLC seeks to educate and equip the church about today’s ethical, cultural and moral issues. We thought it would be helpful—at the start of a new year—to give a rundown of some of the events and topics that have... Continue...