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About the Theme of the Week
Each week on Colson Center.org, BreakPoint Radio and BreakPoint.org, WorldviewChurch.org and other channels we publish a great deal of new content around a vital theme. The ReSeries, John Stonestreet's video commentary, is often (but not always) the cornerstone of the weekly theme.
Advent and the Christmas season have become one of the loudest, busiest, most overwhelming times of year, indisposing us to any contemplation, let alone worshipful quiet. Gift shopping, social events, decorating and otherwise getting into the "spirit" of the holidays stand in stark contrast with the traditional lyrics of the season: "Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silent," we still sing, remembering in another popular carol the "Silent Night," when Christ was born. We even commemorate that moment when "the world in solemn stillness lay to hear the angels sing."
|In this frenzied age, it is difficult to be still and silent. Despite the difficulty, doing so is sometimes vitally important. John Stonestreet talks about why we need to ready ourselves to hear God in the first of a four-part series, "He Has Come!" >>Watch now.
|In this week's Talking Points, T. M. Moore explains the special and paramount role the Incarnation plays in God's program of special revelation, communicating to us the message His speech in creation and even the Scripture just couldn't convey alone. >>Read more.|
|In Thursday's BreakPoint commentary, John Stonestreet describes how the worst nightmares of dystopian science fiction are quickly becoming reality, as genetic science allows us more information about our children (and more opportunity to do the unthinkable). >>Read more|
|In Thursday's Point Commentary, John Stonestreet offers some thoughts from Glenn Sunshine's new book, "Portals: Entering Your Neighbor's World," and explains how understanding others' worldviews can make all the difference. >>Read more.|
|On our latest edition of BreakPoint this Week, John Stonestreet interviews beloved Christian musician, Michael Card, on the meaning and power of Advent—the season of His coming! >>Read more.|