Christian Ethics

Christ and His Church

Photo by Henry Hemming is licensed under CC 2.0. This content uses referral links.  It is not uncommon for some to claim the title “Christian” while disdaining denominational affiliation. They may attend a Baptist or Lutheran church, but they refuse the label. The words, “I’m just a Christian,” pass freely from their lips and in Read more…

By Garrett Ham, ago
Christian Ethics

Keep “X” in “Xmas”

In this post, I share my thoughts on what it really means to keep Christ in Xmas. Photo by cinnamon_girl is licensed under CC 2.0.  The season of peace and love has a knack for inspiring conflict and hate. A battleground in the so-called culture wars, Christmas is marked with vitriolic strife over proper holiday Read more…

By Garrett Ham, ago
Christian Ethics

Christians and Alcohol

In this article, I discuss the evangelical debate surrounding Christians and alcohol. Photo by Alan Levine is licensed under CC 2.0. This content uses referral links. “Do you suppose that abuses are eliminated by destroying the object which is abused? Men can go wrong with wine and women. Shall we then prohibit and abolish Read more…

By Garrett Ham, ago