How can we pray in times of national crisis? Is it appropriate to grieve publicly on the Internet? Where should we focus our political efforts? What’s the significance of the Confederate flag? And what impact will Iowa’s new transgender laws have on local churches? Get thoughtful responses to these questions from Jemar Tisby, Trevin Wax, Brent… Read More
American culture is in crisis. Whether it is the latest comments by a presidential frontrunner or the most recent stories in the news, evangelicals are confronted by a culture that is increasingly hostile to the gospel. So, what does it look like to engage the culture as Christians without losing the gospel? How can Christians… Read More
The prophet Daniel lived in a hostile environment. Yet he remained faithful to God and gained his peers’ favor. What can we learn from his example about leadership and politics — particularly in a time when the two leading candidates to be President include a thrice-married casino magnate and veteran politician well acquainted with scandal? In this… Read More
Russell Moore, President of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, recently published a provocative article: “2 Chronicles 7:14 Isn’t About American Politics.” In this video from Southeastern Seminary, Moore explains what 2 Chronicles 7 is about — and why we need to crucify the idea of “God and country.” Here are a few key highlights: On the prevalence of… Read More
When did churches start celebrating the Fourth of July? Should you care about what’s going on at Biola? Can Christians have a counterintuitive appeal to a secular world? Get thoughtful responses to these questions from Thomas Kidd, Samuel D. James and Trevin Wax in today’s Weekend Reading.