Timothy Brindle

Communicating Reformed Theology through Hip Hop

For Christ the Center’s 300th episode, we welcome hip hop artist Timothy Brindle to speak about his work in Christian hip hop and the recent musical movement as a whole. The episode explores hip hop’s stylistic capability to communicate the…

A Kingdom of Listeners

“Oh, that my people would listen to me” (Ps 81:13). Genesis 1–3 is riddled with mysteries, the pursuit of which, some argue, does more harm than good. For instance, it is puzzling how and why a malicious and crafty serpent…
Computer Screen

Posting Potency and Proportion: Imperative-Based Imbalance

One of the benefits of using the content-collector Evernote is a Chrome extension that grabs whatever article I’m reading and puts it into Notebooks (categories) I’ve created, in about two clicks. Since I scan an ocean of reading material every…
Computer Screen

What You See Is NOT What You Get: The Word of God and Screen Technology

Pierce Hibbs introduces Christian media theory by exploring how the Word of God speaks to screen technology and its effects on human cognition.
Smart Phone in Hands

The Digital World is a Selective World

In his post “The Christian Leader in the Digital Age,” Albert Mohler raises a number of important issues for Christians (and Christian leaders) to consider in light of this generation’s technological advancements. Namely, is the digital world “real”? He writes, Leaders…

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