We live in an age of perpetual offence. We are taught to be so wary of offending people that we tend to walk on eggshells around any topic that has the remotest possibility of being offensive. Christians, of course, are rightly wary of offending others.
The term “out of left field” is an English idiom that describes something unexpected or strange. The precise origin of the phrase is disputed, but it is generally thought that it derives from baseball, where a left fielder, who might be expected to throw the
It’s that time of year again—the time for New Year’s resolutions. It’s the time when we commit to do better, but know we’ll fail in our resolutions by the end of January. EllipticalReviews.com surveyed two thousand people last year to create a top-ten list of
There are three major holidays around which—every year, without fail—you can count on articles appearing from opposing Christian perspectives. Many are strongly in favour of celebrating these holidays and defend their position fervently. Others are strongly opposed and defend their position with equal fervour. The