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There’s No Dishonor in Kneeling: A Response on Colin Kaepernick
Charlie Dates responds to Ed Stetzer's article on Kaepernick’s protest
They are calling both the nation and its leadership to fulfill the great ethics of the anthem by recognizing that its lyrics and promises remain unfulfilled for many black Americans.
How We Lead in Times of Cultural Shift
In many ways, we have lost our home field advantage.
As traditional Christian ethics are marginalized, leaders need to learn how to speak prophetically from the margins, remaining faithful to Christian theology and practice while effectively
‘Blade Runner 2049’ Finds Hope Within Its Bleak Dystopia
Denis Villeneuve's ambitious sequel is a life-affirming spectacle of noir and neon.
For the real. Joel Mayward is a pastor, writer, theologian, and film critic. He is a PhD candidate at the University of St Andrews researching the intersection of film, theology, and ethics.
The Unsettling Truth Behind the #MeToo Movement
Creating a safer world for women means talking about our vulnerability.
Creating a safer world for women means talking about our vulnerability.
Open Letter to John Piper on White Evangelicalism and Multiethnic Relations
Lecrae, Truth's Table, and an Asian American ministry leader
to be a unified evangelical community that doesn't need to be marked by the adjectives of white or black, not because we are colorblind, but because we live so deeply by ethics of the
‘The Good Place’ Imagines an Eternity of Ethics Lessons
The NBC comedy serves up an unusual take on the afterlife with a side of fro-yo, hold the religion.
'The Good Place' Imagines an Eternity of Ethics Lessons. Laura Kenna| October 27, 2016. 'The Good Place' Imagines an Eternity of Ethics Lessons. Image: NBC Universal.
The California Fires Are Purifying My Priorities
The threat of disaster forces me to reckon with salvation—mine and others.
The threat of disaster forces me to reckon with salvation—mine and others.
‘Discovery’ May Be the ‘Star Trek’ that Gets Humanity Right
In its next chapter, the classic sci-fi series looks to clear the blind spots from its utopian vision.
Judging from its early episodes and the comments of its writers, Discovery doesn't attempt to subvert the ethics and ideals of Star Trek so much as it aims to present them in a more
Evangelical Views of the 2016 Election: Ethics and Theology Professor on Why Trump is the Best Candidate for President
Ethics & Religion professor endorses Mr. Trump
Sep 28, 2016. republican, democrat, evangelical. Evangelical Views of the 2016 Election: Ethics and Theology Professor on Why Trump is the Best Candidate for President.
God Made Our Brains to Need Others
Both science and Scripture invite us to share our suffering.
Both science and Scripture invite us to share our suffering.
When Questions Reflect Issues of the Heart: A New Evangelism for a New Day
The questions have changed, but the needs are the same.
Too often, when Christians encounter the newer questions about sexual ethics, dogmatism, or judgmentalism, people start claiming that the old answers to the questions of the mind and
Why Female Theologians Take Flak in the Public Square
The potential rewards of celebrity culture are many, but so are the risks.
The potential rewards of celebrity culture are many, but so are the risks.
Evangelicals: This Is What It Looks Like When You Sell Your Soul For A Bowl Of Trump
When your ethics change based on wanting something to be one way or another (or one person to win or not), that's the definition of selling your soul.
When your ethics change based on wanting something to be one way or another (or one person to win or not), that's the definition of selling your soul.
Study: Anti-Christian Bias Hasn’t Grown. It’s Just Gotten Richer.
New research nuances the American church’s “persecution complex.”
New research nuances the American church's “persecution complex.”.
Confessions of a Christian Prepper
My hope shouldn’t lie in survival skills and stockpiles.
My hope shouldn't lie in survival skills and stockpiles.
The Faith-Work Gap for Professional Women
From our special issue: How the faith group least likely to support working women can do better.
From our special issue: How the faith group least likely to support working women can do better.
Three Reasons Why Evangelicals Stopped Advocating for the Environment
It's not theology, it's politics.
Nearly every major Christian discussion of environmental ethics written since that essay introduced White's thesis and reacted to it within the first few pages.
Q&A: Ministering to Gang Members Is God’s Work
Why a juvenile justice advocate builds relationships with Chicago’s most vulnerable young men.
Why a juvenile justice advocate builds relationships with Chicago's most vulnerable young men.
Suffering in Cyberspace
The unique process of learning to suffer well online.
Her editing style is remarkably similar to Becky's. Thanks be to God. Of late, I have been writing much about the theology of lament and how it should shape apologetics and ethics.
Lamenting Las Vegas: How Country Music Marks an American Tragedy
After a mass shooting, we can find solace in an art form steeped in Scripture.
After a mass shooting, we can find solace in an art form steeped in Scripture.
What to Make of Karl Barth’s Steadfast Adultery
What to Make of Karl Barth’s Steadfast Adultery
Do the recent revelations discredit his theology?
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