BreakPoint

BreakPoint

You Are What You Binge

Pediatricians are growing increasingly concerned about an explosion in facial and vocal tics in teenagers, especially teenage girls. Doctors say that neurological scans of teenage girls with what they are calling “functional tic like behaviors” don’t have anything like Tourette’s Syndrome. The tics are real and uncontrollable, but not neurological. Rather, they are learned over a screen.

Why People Are Leaving Churches

Long gone are the days when believers automatically joined the church down the street. Even denominational loyalties, theological convictions, and worship styles are not as important as they used to be. More and more often church shoppers are prioritizing political and social convictions.

Our Way with Words

Without God, there is no meaning, not in language, or art, or in reality itself. Christians, because our worldview begins not only with God but with a God who communicates, are far more in the prescriptivist camp when it comes to words. While words obviously change over time, as custom and culture ebb and flow, words point beyond other words and random interpretations to true realities. The basis of the world itself is words… God’s words, to be precise.

Remembering 9/11 from a Christian Worldview

In the days after 9-11, Chuck Colson offered an incredible gift to God’s people: A Christian worldview framework for understanding what had happened and a roadmap for Christians to both speak truth and love to their neighbors. Colson warned against out-of-control anger and against seeking revenge instead of justice, in both our personal and national responses.

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