Editorials

The Church Has Helped to Heal Those It Once Hurt
We can imitate those in Acts 6 who responded to the needs of neglected and oppressed women.
Christian College Boards: Stay Strong on Sexual Ethics
CCCU schools are facing intense pressure. But it’s an opportunity, not a siege.
Why All The Concern Over Carbon?
US climate commitments at the Earth Day summit signal an urgency Christians should support for eschatological as well as ecological reasons.
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Back Without a Bang: Returning to Church Won’t Be the Celebration We Once Imagined
Instead of a big party, reopenings bring mixed emotions and a call to everyday faithfulness.
The Splintering of the Evangelical Soul
Why we’re coming apart, and how we might come together again.
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Healing Is a Foretaste of Resurrection
Vaccines feel like a miracle. How much more the real miracle of eternal life?
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Ash Wednesday’s Imposition of Humility
The dust from whence we came and will return dirties our hearts now.
The Premature Victory of a Vacant Cross
This Lent presses us to confront the sins of supremacy, celebrity, and other abuses of grace.
We Serve the Purposes of God, Not the Politics of Men
The lust for power and the lure of lies collapse under the weight of truth.
On This COVID Christmas, Food Is Love and to Feast Is to Worship
Don't let the pandemic prevent you from cooking and relishing the incarnate tastes of God's grace.
Jesus Is the Light of the Lockdown
2020 has drawn us closer to our human frailty. May it also draw us to the Incarnation.
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The 144 Million and Counting
A historic election turnout augurs well for American democracy. But there is greater truth than voting can determine.
Why Evangelicals Disagree on the President
The reason we’re divided, and how we can come together.
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Post-Election Civility Is Not Enough
Love keeps no record of wrongs, but it does stand up against them.
Christianity Is About Systemic Change
Why we need the one in whom all things hold together.
Keep Calm and Reboot
The Christian disciplines of self-suspicion, forgiveness, and hope all function well. We need to restart our faith in them.
John Ortberg and the Pitfalls of Pastoral Discernment
When we consent to our calling as ministers of the gospel, we assent to be public imitators of all it proclaims.
The Sweet Surrender of Salvation
By rising above self-interest we can taste the true honey of new creation.
Justicia tardía. Demasiado tardía.
Es hora de que la iglesia haga restitución por el pecado racial.
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