- Many Christians on the Left and the Right believe we live in a post-Christian society, though for different reasons. And – of course – the very terms “Left” and “Right” are probably symptoms of believing that we may still live in a Christian nation. Ed Stetzer, here and here, writes about Biblical frameworks for what faithfulness in a “post-Christian” America might look like.
- “I’m busy, but am I prepared?” The Christmas season may be the best time to consider what it means to be Christian in America. Chad Pecknold writes here, in First Things, about the time before Christmas: The Advent season of preparation – now almost over – which is essential to arriving at Christmas day in the true spirit of the season.