Politics+Current Affairs

Infanticide Debate Reflects a New Era for Abortion Politics
As states push for pro-choice protections, Christians have a growing obligation to defend the lives of babies born as “burdens.”
China: The Continuing Enigma
It is important for the global church to understand that China matters for us all.
Leith Anderson Retiring from National Association of Evangelicals
NAE president: “It’s important to speak biblically and thoughtfully when so many are shouting for attention.”
Leave Your Righteous Indignation on the Field
Aristotle taught that outrage can be a natural response, but Christ reminds us that it should be rare.
Pew: Sunday Regulars Are Happier and Healthier
Across 25 countries, active religious participation is linked with habits like nonsmoking, community involvement, and voting.
Next Steps for Ministry Leaders Following the GC2 Summit
Six next steps for ministry leaders who desire to humbly engage with questions surrounding sexual violence.
Advocate for the Unborn by Caring for the Living
Caring for women and protecting babies don’t need to be mutually exclusive.
Asia Bibi Is Finally Free to Leave Pakistan
Supreme Court rejects petition to review acquittal of her blasphemy death sentence.
Why Human Dignity Is a Gospel Issue
Jesus' message was coupled with the restoration of God-given human dignity — their Imago-Dei.
Foster Ministry Gets to Keep Protestants-Only Policy—And Federal Funds
Conservative Christians cheer HHS waiver for South Carolina's Miracle Hill.
Brazil Investigates If US Missionary Encroached on Isolated Amazon Tribe
The South American rainforest is home to a majority of the uncontacted indigenous groups left on earth.
New York State Puts Light for Darkness and ‘Celebrates’ Death
The Reproductive Health Act allows for full-term abortions and greatly reduces safeguards of those seeking abortions and the care—and lack thereof—of the babies themselves.
The Hebrew Israelites in That March for Life Viral Video, Explained
Who is this sect? And how has the church responded to this community?
A Time for War and a Time for Peace
Evangelical attitudes on foreign policy are more complicated than the warmonger stereotype suggests.
One-on-One with Jamie Aten on ‘A Walking Disaster’
"It is through our weakness that we are able to experience God’s strength more fully."
‘I Was a TSA Agent, and You Fed Me’
Ten places where churches are helping unpaid and furloughed federal employees during the partial government shutdown.
For Christian Women, Persecution Looks Like Rape
Around the globe, female followers of the faith suffer sexual violence, forced marriage, forced abortions, travel bans, and trafficking.
Sexual Violence: Whose Fault Is It?
In case it's not crystal clear, let us be emphatic: The sole individual responsible for sexual violence is the perpetrator.
Our Response to the Eschatological Dream of Martin Luther King Jr.
Dr. King had a hope that was out of this world.
Can We Handle the Truth About Racism and the Church?
Before racial reconciliation can happen, says Jemar Tisby, American believers need to reckon honestly with the sins of the past.
How Cracking Wheat’s Genetic Code Reminds Us Who We Are
How Cracking Wheat’s Genetic Code Reminds Us Who We Are
This grain’s genome echoes of the strength found in the diversity of God’s people.
CT Bookstore

Enter The Vault

Vault

Browse our Full Library of online archives, including past issues of CT magazine. Access the Archives

close