As valuable as it can be to stay updated on world affairs, the intimate and incessant witnessing of human heartache in the digital age can be overwhelming and distract from other important things. Don’t be afraid to set some boundaries.
You may have seen Loudoun County, Virginia, in the news for acrimony and fighting. You should also know about some really good things happening behind the scenes.
Amidst lots of talk justifying inaction or neutrality in regards to Ukraine, Christians have a much harder time defending such a conclusion if they take their own scriptures seriously.
If we are advancing God’s desired peace and love for our Ukrainian brothers and sisters, let’s not overlook the clear scriptural justification for strong intervention as an expression of that same love and desire for peace
The Supreme Court’s recent decision deserves to be commended for providing more robust protection for the critical rights of the First Amendment.
From Mughal India to modern America, the moral stakes of politics never really change.
The Supreme Court’s much-anticipated decision in Bostock v Clayton County may in fact tell us more...
The “biggest religious freedom case” of the Supreme Court’s current term may have more to do with the complicated relationship between courts, regulatory agencies, and state legislators than religion.
The history of America is inextricable from the history of slavery. Following the 400th anniversary of its ending last year and today’s celebration, some thoughts in reflection.
If we’re only feeling angrily estranged by the Supreme Court, maybe we’re missing something important. These stories might leave you strangely hopeful.
The fall of the Berlin Wall was an early memory as a child, scarcely comprehended. Americans today don’t seem to grasp its full import either. But they should.
In hearing the latest LGBT+ cases, justices on the Supreme Court demonstrate well the thoughtful dialogue needed in legislative debates.