- What Church Splits Can Teach Us About a Dividing AmericaAs in the past, one can learn about our nation’s political divisions by looking at our religious ones.
- Denmark Vesey’s Challenge to a Biblically Literate NationThe architect of a foiled 19th-century slave revolt justified violence in terms he hoped Americans would understand.
- The Confederate Statues Are Gone. The Work of Repentance Continues.These white evangelicals want to make the former capital of the Confederacy into the capital of racial reconciliation.
- Good Riddance to the Robert E. Lee StatueThe Civil War pitted principles against community. A Christian vision ties them together again.简体中文繁體中文
- America Has Tried Three ‘Narratives of Belonging.’ None Worked as Planned.How a sober look at failed projects of nationalism can help Christians envision a better way.
- The Civil War in Our HeartsPolitical division finds fuel in sin that separates us from each other. Only peacemakers win the title “children of God.”
- How Lebanon’s First Female Militant Made Her Fight More FaithfulJocelyne Khoueiry inspired over 1,500 Christian women to enlist during the civil war, then shifted her efforts from arms to knees.
- Monuments Can Be Destroyed, but Not ForgottenOur most controversial stone statues carry layers of communal history that aren’t easily cast aside.
- Alabama Pastor Resigns After Praying at KKK Leader’s BirthdayBaptist leaders said the controversy was not good for his church.
- The Long Obedience of Racial JusticeTo bear the image of God is a declaration of dignity that challenges power.