Speaking Out

Resurrecting the Public Death
Tammy Faye reminded us how to die.
What Would Jonathan Edwards Say About Harry Potter?
How the preacher responded to pop culture's version of transcendence.
Bush's Heresy
His hope for Iraq is "more of a theological perspective," he says.
Missions That Heal
Ministering across the wealth divide means giving up our savior complex.
The Wall Is the Castle
When Christians combat each other, they fail to protect what's important.
Keep Fighting the Good Fight Against HIV/AIDS
More funding from the U.S. government calls attention to the effectiveness of church-based efforts.
Mitt's Mormonism and the 'Evangelical Vote'
Can conservative Protestants vote for a member of what they consider a cult?
The Spirit of Faithfulness
Another public failure in fidelity calls us back to the message of the Cross.
Our 'Don Imus' Moment
Addressing racial issues in America is a lot like being trapped in Groundhog Day.
The Morning I Heard God's Voice
I know beyond the shadow of a doubt that God still speaks today.
'Tell Someone'? We Tried
Yes, HPV causes cervical cancer. Why did people scoff eight years ago, when we wanted to warn them?
The Colors of Lebanon
What would real peace mean?
The 'Jesus Manifesto' for Lebanon
Rebuilding the soul of a shattered nation on the brink of civil war.
Euthanasia Confusion
Newspaper accounts of end-of-life debates too often muddle the issues.
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.

Top Story September 24, 2021

How the Umbrella Movement Spurred Hong Kong’s Digital Witness
How the Umbrella Movement Spurred Hong Kong’s Digital Witness
Faced with political division and government oversight, the church began to develop richer and wider-reaching online public theology.

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