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Roger Scruton on art and morality

Over this past weekend, Saturday Night Live had a sketch on The Weekend Update with “Goober the Clown”, which was seemingly intended to confront a serious moral issue in our…

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A new national strategy on gender and the public square

The Biden administration released the “first-ever national gender strategy” in our nation’s history Oct. 22. According to the administration, it is intended to bring about greater gender equity and equality…

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Are robot pastors really the future of the church?

Editor’s Note: Last week, BBC World News released an interesting documentary on the rise of AI and robotic technology in faith gatherings around the world. This topic has been top…

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3 crucial areas of ethical research in technology for the Digital Public Square

A new project seeking to equip the Church with wisdom for a digital age Nearly every area of our lives has been technicized or digitized in one way or another…

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Herman Bavinck on the Christian Worldview

The term worldview often carries a lot of baggage in our culture today. Some dislike the term as it seems to paint the way we understand ourselves and the world…

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Wired for Tyranny? The Concerning Rise of Digital Authoritarianism

In the West we often take technology for granted. We grow frustrated when the internet at home or the office goes down, even if only for a few moments. We…

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Is Facebook discipling your church members?

Over the last few weeks, there have been a number of concerning reports about how social media — Facebook, in particular — is having extremely negative effects on our society,…

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How can Christians navigate the digital public square?

My family lives just outside of a small town in Tennessee with a historic downtown district. Like many small towns throughout our nation, we have a downtown square that serves…

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