Moving Beyond Partisan Politics

by Kevin Hester I recently read an article in Time magazine that traced the seemingly permanent impasse in the federal government to the election of a number of representatives during the presidency of George H. W. Bush. At a meeting with incoming House Minority Whip Newt Gingrich and…

A Radical Call to Love God and Do What You Will

by Kevin Hester I have two college-age sons, one in high school, and one in middle school. They have been raised in a Christian home and my wife and I have prayed that they would find and pursue God’s will. They seem to be trying, just like most…

On C.S. Lewis & Chronological Snobbery

by Matthew Pinson In my courses at Welch College, I often introduce my students to C. S. Lewis’s comments on “chronological snobbery.” Lewis described himself before he became a Christian, when he was still an atheist, as a chronological snob. He defined chronological snobbery as the “uncritical acceptance…