Author Archives: forchristandculture

Spiritual Cardiology

by Joshua Crutchfield I believe that my wife and I have such a unique story that even Nicholas Sparks would want to buy the rights for his next best seller. You see, we have been close friends for nearly sixteen … Continue reading

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Is Using More Energy Immoral?

by Joe Wooddell In Jeffrey Ball’s interview with Vaclav Smil (Wall Street Journal Business and Environment page, April 9, “Looking for a Global Energy Solution? Well, Don’t”), Mr. Smil rightly maintains that when looking for energy solutions, “It’s all regional. … Continue reading

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Weekly Radio Wrap-Up

Here’s a summary of this past week’s For Christ and Culture radio broadcasts! Noah is all the Rage (Friday, April 4) Barry talks with Dr. Everett Berry about a recent post on his blog, All Things New, about the God of Noah. … Continue reading

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Blessed Insurance

by Kirk Spencer Did you hear about the “victory lap” celebration in the Rose Garden? On April Fool’s Day of all days. There was much handclapping because 7.1 million people signed up for health insurance. It was a standing O … Continue reading

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Weekly Radio Wrap-Up

Here’s a summary of this past week’s For Christ and Culture radio broadcasts! World Vision and the Traditional Family (Friday, March 28) Barry talks about the recent announcement from World Vision and their policy regarding homosexual marriage. Leading and Cooperating (Monday, March … Continue reading

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Christian Leadership Part 2: A Divine Trust

by Winston Hottman Man’s Smudge I remember watching the news of the BP oil spill back in 2011 and finding it hard to believe that an accident like an explosion on an oil rig could do so much environmental damage. … Continue reading

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Holywood (Part 1): Noah before the Opening Flood

by Kirk Spencer In recent weeks, several God movies were in the top ten at the box office this week (Son of God, God is not Dead, and Noah)… and another is “coming soon” (Exodus). It seems that Hollywood is becoming a little … Continue reading

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Weekly Radio Wrap-Up

Here’s a summary of this past week’s For Christ and Culture radio broadcasts! A Believer and his Church (Friday, March 21) Joe Wooddell hosts Barry Creamer on this show about what makes a church a church. What Entertains You (Monday, March 24) … Continue reading

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Ownership, Welfare, and Christian Response

by Winston Hottman The concept of private property comes natural to most children. After “mama” and “dada” one of the first words we learn to wield is “mine” (or to be more precise, “Mine!!”). The sense of ownership develops rather … Continue reading

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Are Baptists Still Relevant?

by Brandon Smith Over at the Baptist Press, Jimmy Draper (serving as Interim President of Criswell College) shares eight reasons why Southern Baptists are relevant in the 21st century. Here’s a snippet: It does us no good — and actually does us harm … Continue reading

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