Speaking Out

Kramer's Sins—and Ours
What society and the church can learn from comedian Michael Richards's racial tirade.
Shoot-First Apologetics
What a dead bluebird taught Walter Martin about defending the faith.
Good News for Democrats, Good News for Evangelicals
And Good News for the world.
Faith-Based Triangulation
Religious moderates propelled the Democrats to victory.
Lessons from a Punker Ph.D.
Don't call my correspondence with Bad Religion's Greg Graffin a debate.
Seeking Biblical Principles to Inform Immigration Policy
Scripture provides more than easy slogans and soft platitudes about welcoming foreigners.
Reflections from a Messianic Jew in Israel
When questions are too hard to answer, we must still be about our Father's business.
The Fulfillment of Prophecy Right Before Our Eyes
Walking among Lebanon's Christians.
The World Council of Churches Buddies Up to Hezbollah
Nearly the entire international community blames Lebanon's terrorist militia. Why is the WCC silent?
A 'Prayer' to Condoleezza Rice
After the water turns to blood at Qana, how long?
'Who Is My Neighbor' in the Lebanon-Israel Conflict?
Further reflections from the academic dean of the Arab Baptist Theological Seminary in Lebanon.
The Silent Human Conscience
What should I tell my daughter when bombs fall and the great nations say nothing?
Prince of Peace's Hometown Bombarded
Missiles' booms sound the alarm to our forsaken responsibility of peace making.
We Risk Not Just Suffering, But Annihilation
An open letter to Dr. Martin Accad.
Another Point of View: Evangelical Blindness on Lebanon
The academic dean of the Arab Baptist Theological Seminary is angry at evangelical Christians, Israel, Hezbollah, the U.S., and the international community.
When the Bombs Fell on Beirut
This week's fighting between Israel and Lebanon seems too familiar.
The Middle East's Death Wish—and Ours
We say "everyone wants peace," but we also want to see our enemies destroyed.
Where Atrocity Is Normal
Understanding Christian soldiers who have seen the horrors of war.
Stand Up, Stand Up for Wicca
A war widow rightly wonders: Whose freedom are we fighting for?
Post-Traumatic Faith
Understanding the plight of Christians who have killed in combat.

Top Story March 7, 2021

Why It Feels So Disappointing to Sing to the Lord a Remote Song
Why It Feels So Disappointing to Sing to the Lord a Remote Song
Lessons from a year without corporate worship.

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