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The Fake 'Holy War' Over Donald Trump's 'Get Even' Advice
News outlets debated its compatibility with Christianity. Liberty staff and students say such discussion is what Christian higher ed is for.
Liberty University's Flip-Flop Moment
Today, the students at Jerry Falwell's school are more likely to 'change the world' by buying a pair of TOMS Shoes than showing up at the state capitol. Could their soft activism signal a larger shift among evangelicals?
The Soul of Your Soles: Why Women Love Shoes
Celebrating those 'bursts of beauty that defy the mundane.'
Theology on a Tightrope: Nik Wallenda's High-Wire Walk and Our Longing for God
Why we can't get enough of death-defying feats.
Why 'Slut' Cuts to the Core—of All of Us
The furor over Rush Limbaugh's comments illustrates the power of a single word.
Finding Faith After Spiritual Indoctrination
The story of the girl who wouldn't stop asking questions.
The Good News of Common Core
What new literacy standards mean for Christians.
Saving Chimps, Serving God
Is animal welfare (finally) returning to the Christian conscience?
The Not-Hopeless, Anti-Romantic
What Madame Bovary taught me about love and life.
What Vacation Bible School Looks Like in a Nursing Home
We found some new VBS students: My grandmother and her friends.
In a Time of Crisis, We Need Both ‘Sense’ and ‘Sensibility’
The Bible speaks to our rational and emotional needs. But how do we balance them in the midst of fear?
Do Pets Go to Heaven?
An author, a professor, and an animal advocate weigh in.
Amazing Grace, How Slow the Work: Why We Still Have Slaves
We often expect spiritual change to happen overnight. Sometimes it takes the course of human history.
The Wall Builders: A Parable about the Gender Debates
A tale about a small kingdom, the kingdom-dwellers, and the great wall that divided them.
Exotic Animals and Kingdom Ethics
Principles for why we should avoid treating all animals as possessions.
The Best Ever Christmas Gift
Women in particular, it seems to me, have a hard time thinking of themselves as gifts.
Hobby Lobby: The First Martyr Under Obamacare?
Why more Christians should be alarmed by the ruling against the craft store chain.
When Our Labels Fail: The End of 'Pro-Choice'
Our impulse to divide and categorize has its limits.
Why Are Christians Such Bad Tippers?
A theological defense of paying servers their 15 percent... or more.
Have We Forgotten the Power of Poetry?
While Afghan women risk their lives for verse, we ignore it.

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It’s Okay Not To Be Okay
It’s Okay Not To Be Okay
How African American churches are ministering to the mental health of their communities.

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