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Cover Story: Facing Our Legacy of Lynching
How a memorial could help lead America—and Christians—to repentance from a dark history.
“We don't have many places in our country where you can have an honest experience with our history of slavery, and there are no spaces where you can have an honest experience
How a Disney Ballerina Ended Up Fighting Modern Slavery
A director of church mobilization for International Justice Mission says women can’t have it all, but they can have something better.
How a Disney Ballerina Ended Up Fighting Modern Slavery. I heard Gary Haugen, the founder of IJM, speak about God's heart for justice and modern-day slavery at a conference.
The Centuries-Old Habits of the Heart
How our accomodation of sin found us out in Charlottesville.
At key moments, Christians have advocated for the abolition of slavery, death of Jim Crow, and the end of mass incarceration, but the commitment to equality has consistently
Healing Victims of Human Trafficking: A Long, Slow Road to Transformation
When we give our lives to the service of others, THEY will change US.
If you've heard or know anything about human trafficking, then you've heard the term “modern-day slavery.” And that's exactly what it is. There are more
Should Churches Keep Their Civil War Landmarks?
How historic congregations grapple with Confederate legacy.
Leaders are now discussing how to move forward with presenting a history that acknowledges racism and slavery in its past. “The slavery question was argued on a biblical basis.
Miriam: A Pivotal Prophet
When God spoke through the prophet Micah to remind them of his faithfulness to them in times past, he said, “I brought you up out of Egypt and redeemed you from the land of slavery.
We Can Stop Modern Slavery—with Churches' Help
Lone "justice freaks" aren't enough. To end exploitation, we need community.
What is your vision for how the local church can help IJM fulfill its mission? Russell: IJM has traditionally done a great job at engaging one-on-one with
Weekend Edition—June 24, 2016
Church members, Stats, Singing Scripture, Church Signs, and more!
where are God's people to end slavery? slavery could end — and it begins here—Ann Voskamp & Gary Haugen. A strong reminder about a crucial problem.
Inside the Museum of the BibleSubscriber Access Only
The new museum wants to ignite passion for the Word through high-tech wizardry and scholarly detachment. Can it do it all?
“The whole issue of slavery we address here,” Summers told me. “You know both sides used the same Scripture to justify [and condemn] slavery.” Though
Gleanings: November 2017Subscriber Access Only
Bahrain's declaration—which also condemns preaching hatred, suicide bombing, sexual slavery, and the abuse of women and children—will be drafted into law in December.
Henry McNeal Turner: Church Planter, Politician, and Public Theologian
How America's first black army chaplain fought for freedom, justice, and democracy.
did not save him from slave traders who kidnapped him from his nation and brought him to South Carolina in the late 1700s, his lineage ultimately kept him and his family from slavery.
Shalom, Amigos: The Changing Faces of Christian ZionismSubscriber Access Only
How Hispanic evangelicals hope to become Israel’s best friends.
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Israel's tourists each year. “The Jewish story of liberation from slavery in Egypt has always resonated with the black church,” he said. “It is no surprise
God in Our Midst
There is a pervasive consumerism in the church today.
temporary shrines. Rescuing his people out of slavery in Egypt, the Lord condescends to tabernacle in a tent in the center of their community. He later
Propaganda's 'Crooked' Balances Raw Humility with Prophetic Fire
'Ain't we all a little bit a monster?'
Excellent. Here, he addresses pastors who quote Puritans because “they theology was good” but overlook the Puritans' participation in race-based slavery.
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Responses to our July/August issue via tweets and emails.
Barry Hower, Concord, NC. Corrections. Our September cover story, “In Memory of These,” incorrectly stated that Montgomery, Alabama, has no markers acknowledging slavery.
Motherhood is Missional
Motherhood is discipleship, and it's part of the mission.
She was their mother, however, because Jesus caused her to be fruitful and multiply spiritually as she discipled the orphans and children she rescued from slavery and death.
I Want My Promised Land
We must consider whether or not we have reached the "Promised Land" Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. envisioned.
As a black man who is 37 years old, I find myself living in times that my ancestors would not have dreamed of; times far away from the cruelty of slavery, Jim Crow, and segregation.
Saudi Arabia’s Neighbor Defends Religious Freedom of Individuals
(UPDATED) Arab Christian leaders react to Bahrain Declaration, which builds upon Marrakesh and Jakarta efforts by Muslim leaders.
Saudi Arabia's Neighbor Defends Religious Freedom of Individuals. International.
Southern Baptists Back Confederate Monument Removal in Memphis
Meanwhile, Robert E. Lee’s former church votes to change its name.
Subscribe to CT and get one year free. Tags: CharlottesvilleCivil WarMemphis, TNRacismSlaverySouthern BaptistsVirginia. Posted by:Kate Shellnutt Bio @KateShellnutt.
Missional Hymns—An Interview with Keith Getty
Keith and Kristen Getty drive hymnody for the missionary work.
So, for us to actually build believers who are going to survive, never mind flourish, never mind fund the next Harvard, cure the world of slavery, write the next Brandenburg concerto, we
Why So Many Christians Wanted a ‘Pagan Brawler’ in the White House
Stephen Mansfield: Why So Many Conservative Christians Wanted a ‘Pagan Brawler’ in the White House
And how their choice of Trump has affected the church since last year’s election.
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