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One-on-One with J.D. Greear on the Gospel ‘Above All’ Else
“What the church needs now is what the church has always needed: a return to the gospel.”
Partisan Evangelicals and the Burning of the Mission Field
When Christians opt for political power, the gospel mission is undermined.
A Deeper Look at Immigration & Potential Targets of the ICE Raids
Religion plays a key role in American immigration politics.
Seeing Immigrants Through God’s Eyes
Why their stories are always relevant, no matter the politics of immigration.
Taylor President Surprises University with Resignation
Despite the recent controversy over inviting the VP to commencement, his departure is “not related,” according to the board.
A Political Theology of ‘Power to the People’
Democracy is a useful way to organize our politics. Should it organize other areas of life as well?
What Psychology Offers Christians Amid Political Polarization
Scholars describe the difficulties and benefits of humility, but Christ offers an example.
Prayer & Polarization
Amid societal polarization, American churches are dedicated July 7th to pray for the country.
A New Recipe for Ending HungerSubscriber Access Only
We have a crisis too large for any one church, nonprofit, or government agency to handle on its own, says food policy expert Jeremy Everett.
Are Guns Inherently Evil?
Shane Claiborne and Michael Martin envision a future without firearms. Should believers rally to their cause?
Will Southern Baptists’ Political Truce Last Through 2020?
After a polarizing presidential election in 2016, evangelicals rethink their discourse and engagement.
Pro-Lifers Aren’t Hypocrites
The concerted effort to end abortion is much more diverse and holistic than it gets credit for.
One-on-One with Dan White on Loving Those Who Think Differently Than We Do
“We lose the scandal of the gospel when we hunker down with our political tribes.”
Aid Cuts Threaten Central American Women and Children
IJM: Loving our neighbors abroad means giving them the kind of police we want for our own communities.
The Age of Pelagius
An ancient heresy continues to affect our culture in surprising ways.
The Call to Self-Discipline in a Media-Saturated Age
Our society is addicted to spectacle. How do we keep our eyes are fixed on Christ?
Parents Need Villages, Not Just Public Policies
American families are floundering for support. The church is a great place to start.
Balm for the Religious-Freedom Lover’s Soul
Steven Waldman’s book helps “complainers” like me regain a sense of perspective.
Pew: US Christians Like the Israeli and Palestinian People More Than Their Governments
(UPDATED) American evangelicals are more likely than American Jews (67% vs. 47%) to say Trump is “striking the right balance” on Israel.
Fitness Trackers, Dating Apps, and Other Ladders to NowhereSubscriber Access Only
Why secular substitutes for religion will always leave us exhausted and unhappy.
Top Story July 22, 2019
The Nazis Persecuted Him. The Soviets Killed Him. Today He’s Barely Known.
The Nazis Persecuted Him. The Soviets Killed Him. Today He’s Barely Known.
James Edwards’s biography recovers the memory of German theologian Ernst Lohmeyer.
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