It's been a while since I've updated my site, so here's another look at what I've been writing over at WORLD on Campus. I typically have a new piece out every Tuesday, which both WORLD and I push via our social media outlets. Be sure to follow me on Twitter (@MichaelReneau) or WORLD on Campus … Continue reading Another WORLD on Campus Roundup
I have never met Charles Colson, and I shamefully admit I have not yet read any of his books. When I heard of his passing today, I was eating lunch in a busy, cacophonous restaurant with my parents, wife, and infant son. The email announcing Mr. Colson’s death, illuminated on my iPhone screen, broke the … Continue reading The Influence of Charles Colson
>Live together, die alone.That couldn’t be more fitting. Like no telling how many millions of people, last night we were caught up in the season finale of one of the most successful television shows of all time: Lost.Much like my reading list, most of the TV-watching I do is focused on nonfiction: documentaries, the History … Continue reading >Character: The LOST King
>By now Tuesday's history has had time to sink in. The shock of the election has subsided a bit, and now is an appropriate time to comment on it.I was disappointed with our country's choice; for reasons I'll delve into soon, I am skeptical of our President-elect, and even a bit fearful. But, what happened … Continue reading >Pride and What Else?
>So, it's been a while since I last worte, on here at least. Hopefully I'll be adding more in the near future. For right now, though, here are some thoughts:Last night, the Worldview Team visited a Hindu Temple in Chattanooga with Rev. Augustine Asir, himself an Indian. While I don't have time to go into … Continue reading >Untitled (Originally from October 22, 2008)