Right Angles

  Atheists and Agnostics often will say they’re open to evidence for God, but they just don’t see any. When Chelsea on Netflix asked celebrity scientist Neil deGrasse Tyson if he...

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,...