Speaking Out

Only Biblical Peacemaking Resolves Racial and Political Injustice
No other group is better situated to bring healing to this land than the church.
We Worship with the Magi, Not MAGA
Epiphany reminds us that faith is not a prop for political power.
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We Need to Be Better Losers
The legitimacy of US elections requires someone to lose. For Christians, that should be okay.
6 Christian Sites Armenia Fears It Has Lost to Azerbaijan
Photo gallery captures cultural heritage that concerns Armenians most after ceasefire in Nagorno-Karabakh.
The Pandemic Demands We Honor the Aged
Caring for the elderly is more about duty and love than public policy.
How to Be Pro-Life in Our Real Lives
The Christian call to care for the vulnerable starts with facing the heightened needs in our own communities.
Dave Chappelle Is the Cultural Pastor America Needs
Let incisive comedy give us “eyes to see.”
‘First Freedom’ vs. Article 18: Will Biden Demote Religious Freedom in US Foreign Policy?
The president-elect can integrate it into a pragmatic human rights agenda without repudiating Trump’s legacy.
Evangelicals and Muslims: Not Brothers, But Best Friends
Why the World Evangelical Alliance is working hand in hand with Nahdlatul Ulama in an ambitious global initiative to counter religious extremism.
A Plea to Save Artsakh’s Armenian Heritage
Head of the Armenian Apostolic Church details the “countless sacred spaces” in Nagorno-Karabakh at risk of becoming the “silent victims of conquest” by Azerbaijan.
Assessing Metropolitan Amfilohije, Whose Religious Freedom Fight Brought Down a Dynasty
An evangelical reflection on the legacy of Montenegro’s Orthodox leader, the highest-ranking clergy worldwide to die of COVID-19.
Advice for Armenians and Azerbaijanis, from Israel-Palestine
After three decades of reconciliation work in Jerusalem, here’s what I’ve learned when protracted conflict involves religion, land, and history.
How to Prevent the Next Evangelical Leadership Scandal
Working in PR, I’ve stepped in to help ministries after a crisis hits. What they need is more accountability before it happens.
From Persecuted to Polarized: What US Evangelicals Can Learn from Colombia
In the Western Hemisphere’s longest armed conflict, suffering has often inspired evangelical solidarity. Now the body of Christ is succumbing to self-harm.
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De la persecución a la polarización: lo que los evangélicos estadounidenses pueden aprender de los cristianos colombianos
En el conflicto más largo del hemisferio occidental, a menudo el sufrimiento ha inspirado la solidaridad evangélica. Ahora, el cuerpo de Cristo está sucumbiendo ante la autolesión.
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Teaching Politics at Belmont Has Me Worried About the State of Debate
Long before coming to campus, President Trump has shaped our class discussions, for better and worse.
Amy Coney Barrett’s Message: The Maternal Hero Is a Myth
The trope of mother as superparent is a resounding rejection of grace.
The Courts Alone Can’t Protect Christian Colleges
Fuller Seminary’s recent win is worth celebrating. But the legal rights of faith-based schools are still at risk.
That the World May Know: How I Pray for Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Other Wars
As my Armenian family grieves for Artsakh, John 17 offers a guide for all Christians to intercede for all conflicts.
The DC Mayor Doesn’t Get to Define Church
Why Capitol Hill Baptist is standing by the physical gathering as a biblical requirement.

Top Story January 16, 2021

March for Life Plans Disrupted by DC Security Concerns
March for Life Plans Disrupted by DC Security Concerns
The annual event is asking participants to “stay home” for the first time since Roe v. Wade.

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