Browsing All posts tagged under »culture«

swine flu from a christian perspective

April 30, 2009


Unless you’re Amish or have been living in a bomb shelter the last few weeks, you’ve been confronted with the sweeping hysteria of the swine flu pandemic that has dominated every major news outlet in the U.S.  While there is no denying that this strain of flu presents a potential world health crisis, it is […]

do you have the itch?

March 13, 2009


A Pew Research Poll reported that 46% of Americans would prefer to live somewhere other than where they are currently located.  According to the survey results, “who we are” shapes the kind of environment we perceive as the most ideal – political ideologies, age demographic, and geographical location.  On the subject of geography, the report […]

the gospel comes to life

February 9, 2009


Over the weekend, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary hosted the 20/20 conference, which they called “The Gospel Comes to Life.” The lineup of speakers was phenomenal, with Danny Akin, Mark Driscoll, CJ Mahaney, and Bill Brown unpacking what it looks like for the gospel to transform culture and people within culture. SEBTS posted the audio links […]

ask anything: homosexuality and Christianity incompatible?

January 29, 2009


A few months ago, Highview’s College Ministry ran a six-week online survey encouraging students to submit questions they wanted answered about Jesus, Christianity, culture, faith, etc. After we collected the responses, we assimilated and re-posted the questions for students to vote on.  We took the top 9 responses and turned them into a series, “Ask […]

President Obama’s blog

January 21, 2009


Change is indeed coming to the White House . . . just maybe not like we all anticipated.  President Obama launched the first-ever White House blog, which he promises to keep updated with news from the White House. Some of the more interesting notes from his first release: he promises to release new non-emergency legislation […]