Right Angles

There’s a little picture meme floating around social media these days, especially since last Tuesday when Indiana voters effectively made Donald Trump the GOP presidential candidate. Although it doesn’t mention him,...

A Review of What Our Fathers Did: A Nazi Legacy Philippe Sands, an international human rights lawyer, was doing research for a book on the Nuremberg trials, when he met Niklas...

— on TV this Saturday — Brandon McGuire grew up with a Midwestern American view of Christianity. After college, though, he lived for three months in Africa, where he saw a...

The Codependent Conjunction of “Gay Christians” and the Gay-Affirming Church When Harvard sophomore Matthew Vines came out to his parents over Christmas break, both of them affirmed their unconditional love for...

A Review of Blue: For Earth. For Humanity. For Freedom a Jeffrey D. King film Jeffrey (JD) King is on a mission to save the earth. As a millennial and lifelong...

I got an email the other day – one of those “raising awareness” types that get forwarded around a lot. It originated with the American Family Association (AFA), and it showed...

A Word to the Guys With violent, abusive sex in the public eye right now thanks to Fifty Shades of Grey, there seems to be a lot of bewilderment among the...

In the wake of this article – Desperately Disconnected, 50 Shades of Grey and the Longings of the Female Heart – in the current Salvo, it’s been my privilege and pleasure...

How Fifty Shades Affirms the Biblical Ethic of Sex Would you believe me if I told you that Fifty Shades of Grey ends up being sorta kinda biblical? It does, indeed,...

A Promo for Patterns of Evidence: The Exodus For something like 1500 years of Western Civilization, and going back another roughly 1500 prior to that in Jewish history, the Exodus narrative...