Ed Goodman, Landon T. Huffman

Striving Together: A Call for Redemptive Sport Competition

Landon T. Huffman and Ed Goodman consider the ways in which sport competition should be viewed through the lens of redemption, pushing us to seek God’s transcendent purpose for, and displaying God’s glory through, sport by striving together.

redemptive sport
David A. Garner

The Briefing 1.30.15

Each Friday we compile a list of interesting links and articles our editors find from across the web. Here’s what’s catching our eye this week. Wikipedia bans some editors from gender-related articles: Wikipedia’s arbitration committee, the highest user-run body on the site, has voted to ban a number of editors from making corrections to articles […]

Robert Andrew Norman, Zach Hoag, Zachary Thomas Settle


Zachary Thomas Settle:  Feeling for Justice: Season 5, Episode 12 Last night’s Breaking Bad episode, “Rabid Dog,” picks up right where the previous episode left off: with Jesse dousing Walt’s house in gasoline. This episode, though, begins with Walt’s perspective, and we watch in eager anticipation as he frantically searches for Jesse. The most interesting […]

Tania Moore


A short story by Tania Moore.

Megan J. Robinson

The Other Side of Normal

“Fearlessness is better than a faint heart for any man who puts his nose out of doors. The length of my life and the day of my death were fated long ago.”1—I read these lines in the Norse epic poem For Skirnis as a child and have remembered them often since. I steeped myself in […]