Abraham Kuyper lived in the Netherlands in the late 1800s and early 1900s. He was a pastor, a journalist, a newspaper founder, a professor, a university founder, a parliament member and a prime minister. From these many vantage points, Kuyper sought to work out the implications of the gospel. Both his writings and his life… Read More
Every Friday, you get a recap of what others are saying about the intersection of faith and culture, work, economics and public life. Happy reading (and listening) this Thanksgiving weekend. Russell Moore and Walter Strickland on Immigration Southeastern Seminary’s Kingdom Diversity Podcast tackles the issue of immigration with special insight from Russell Moore and Walter Strickland…. Read More
Russell Moore speaks about his new book Onward and why Christians are a “prophetic minority.” He also addresses gay marriage, transgender issues, religious liberty, the 2016 Presidential election, animal ethics and more in this wide-ranging interview, which is a part of Southeastern’s 2015 Page Lecture Series. Stay Connected Get the latest Intersect content delivered right to your inbox.
God has called us to serve in a variety of callings — such as family, church and work. Yet another calling that we often neglect is our calling to be a citizen of multiple communities — town, state, national and global communities. Even in a democratic republic, where we have a maximal opportunity to help… Read More