Two news events of 2022 pop up in this Top 10 list, the first unsurprisingly regarding vaccine mandates, and the other a ripple of the astonishing overturn of Roe vs. Wade. C.S. Lewis and John Calvin also make appearances. So, without further ado, here are the best of the past year! Click the titles to check them out.
Sharon Bratcher pits the answers these two religions offer. This is an old article that on a previous version of the website had more than 80,000 read it. This last year another 2,000 checked it out.
Boys aged 10-15 can sometimes stop reading, so I didn’t want to pitch them run-of-the-mill material. Nope, I wanted to hit them with the best of the best, so what’s included here are my top suggestions.
The answer this question was clearer when marijuana was still illegal. But as John Piper and others help us see, there’s still a clear answer to be had.
You want to have a family movie night, but want to figure out beforehand if the film you have in mind is good or has problems. Here are ten easy to use tools to help you figure it out quick.
There are three main translations of this pivotal work. So which should you read?
With the overturning this part year of the US Supreme Court’s 1973 Roe vs. Wade decision which had legalized abortion, there was every reason for Christians to speak up for the defense of the unborn. And here was a small tool in that fight.
This has been on the yearly Top 10 every year since it was first published in 2020. Cap Stewart explains how we’ve only recently discovered that C.S. Lewis – for his own private amusement because he seems to have never told anyone – linked each of his famous Narnia books to one of the 7 planets as medieval cosmology understood them.
This didn’t make the Top 10 in 2020 when it was first published, but more than 3,000 people checked it out this year.
A lawyer, a missionary, and an editor challenged each other to read 52 books in 2022. Find how they did, and all that they read.
Reformed doctor Matt Dykstra, and a group of colleagues, have challenged the BC government’s requirements for medical personal to be vaccinated or else, in many cases, lose their positions.