Why outrage culture is good news for the gospel.
Elvis. Tupac. The ivory-billed woodpecker. Sometimes it's hard to let go and acknowledge when a celebrity or a species has left us. Christians find it particularly hard to come to terms with the passing of the "moral relativist." Yes, there is the occasional reported sighting in the local university's philosophy wing or at the late-night dorm room's impromptu debate club. But compared to this creature's former range and numbers, they're all but extinct in the wild. continue reading >>