Does segmenting the market necessarily segment the gospel? Like many Christians, I tell multiple versions of my testimony. One focuses on being brought up by evangelical Christian parents and not remembering any precise moment of conversion. That’s not to say there weren’t decisive moments of…
Beyond platitudes and towards policy on immigration. On the night of Sunday, October 30, 1938, millions of radio listeners—as many as twelve million, by some accounts—tuned in to CBS Radio stations for a live-broadcast concert on Orson Welles’s program, The Mercury Theatre on the Air. A…
Noah TolyMarch 1, 2019
Idolizing Trump invests this election with an apocalyptic significance that relativizes all of our prior commitments.
Noah TolyOctober 18, 2016
There are indeed important differences between the positions of Moore and Evans, but if we can imagine—and perhaps even practice—a winsomely dissonant Christian sexual ethic that yet avoids treating gays and lesbians as second class citizens, then the example carries much less weight.
Noah TolyDecember 5, 2014
We don’t need a crystal ball to know that religion is likely to be far more important—and in many more ways—than the Outlook on the Global Agenda suggests.
Noah TolyMarch 6, 2014