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Author Rini Cobbey

Often we cry foul in a society we believe undermines our values. We dismiss the cultural products–like television shows–of supposed enemies of what is good and true. The following stories aired back-to-back on a recent Wednesday evening: On “Ed,” a high school senior’s parents sued the physical education teacher for assigning grades based on Fitness […] Read More

If we seek to present an effective Christian worldview, survival demands honesty about the source of our moral and truth claims. It demands diligence in testing their relevance beyond the flicker of the screen of popularity. Tonight I struck a match to light a candle. The first match went out before I could ignite the […] Read More