Maybe a parody of Charles Osgood's famous poem can offer us a lesson for a life of purpose
If there are universal standards, they must - by definition - apply to all of us
What do we do when we encounter a list of sins in the Bible, and find a few that we struggle with, too?
There are a lot of ugly, messy kinds of sins in this world, but maybe they can be traced back to a common decision in the lives of those who practice them.
Paul lists a number of "acts of the flesh" in the book of Galatians. Is this just another list of rules, containing things that followers of Jesus must avoid?
To what should followers of Jesus compare themselves and their righteousness?
No matter how handy we are, there comes a time when another layer of duct tape isn't going to fix the problem.
Why clutter up our life's "Inbox" with what has already been taken care of?