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Religious Liberty as Bondage
Freedom can be another word for everything to lose.
Politics Has a Strong Grip on Our Hearts. The Gospel’s Grip Should Be Stronger.
How the church can shape public policy without losing its soul.
O Antigo Testamento grita contra a cultura do cancelamento
A Bíblia apresenta personagens imperfeitos, chamados para fazer a vontade do Senhor.
The Civil War in Our Hearts
Political division finds fuel in sin that separates us from each other. Only peacemakers win the title “children of God.”
Trump and Afghanistan: Bad Character Wages a Never Ending War
Promises to bring troops home by Christmas fail because the lack of character impedes practical accomplishments.
Death Can Still Sting
By fighting to save physical lives, the church imitates Christ.
Juneteenth: A Truer Independence Day
The official end of slavery in America more fully embraces the self-evident truth of all people as created equal.
The Old Testament Calls Out Cancel Culture
The Bible features flawed characters called to do the will of the Lord.
Are the 81 Percent Evangelicals?
Just because people claim the name shouldn’t automatically imply they heed what it means.
Christian Political Exile Persists No Matter the President
The Trump era was not a new Babylon, and the Biden era will be no new Jerusalem. (And vice versa.)
The Pandemic in Prison
You can’t lock it up without letting it loose.
Shaming Can’t Fix Racism. But Guilt Can.
Guilt is about action with a clear path to redemption. Shame leaves us stuck in our sin.
A vergonha não pode consertar o racismo. Mas a culpa pode.
Culpa é sobre ação com um caminho claro para a redenção. A vergonha nos deixa presos em nossos pecados.
QAnon Is a Wolf in Wolf’s Clothing
There’s nothing sheepish about this insidious internet demon.
Seven Deadly Sins, One Presidential Election
Pride, envy, greed, and the rest all rear their heads for 2020.
The Supreme Court Isn’t All Powerful
When it comes to religious liberty, culture matters more than judicial rulings.
Christians Like Me Believe We Must End the Drug War to Win It
Ballot initiatives decriminalizing drug use may be the best way to fight sinful drug abuse.
Humoring the President Was Not Harmless
As a little leaven works through a loaf, indulging deceit led to disaster at the Capitol last Wednesday.
No Job, No Friends, No Faith
The coming wave of "deaths of despair."
In Christ, It’s ‘Yes In My Backyard’
Cyprian of Carthage offers caution against the “suburban lifestyle dream.”

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