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Robin Dunbar – The Guardian
In our increasingly secular age, does religion still have a place? Robin Dunbar argues that a vibrant religious life is essential for society, and plays a foundational role in the arts and sciences.
Justin Collings & Hal Boyd – Religion & Politics
Supreme Court nominee, Ketanji Brown Jackson’s faith played a prominent role in her recent confirmation hearings. Her answers, which echo the feelings of most Americans, place personal faith and religious freedom as among the highest of our civic virtues.
Mike Moore – Christianity Today
COVID-19 reshaped our national religious landscape. Mike Moore turns his focus on a group—individuals of strong faith who don’t currently have a church—and asks what happens to them next.
Wallace Goddard – Meridian Magazine
One of the great promises of the Restoration is the accessibility of Heaven. Are we doing enough to look for God’s influence in our lives?
Anders Lundberg – Law & Liberty
Two Finish Christians have been brought up on charges for advocating for a traditional Christian view of marriage. Swedish lawyers, Anders Lundberg looks at how religious liberty is developing in the Nordic nations.