Torn. This is the only word I can muster to describe how I feel and what I think about this election and the witness of evangelicals in the midst of it. I am not torn between two candidates, between the Church and politics, or between logic and conscience. I am torn between heartbreak and gospel… Read More
How should you talk about the election? Why did Charles Spurgeon die poor? What does a Christian understanding of economics entail? And what’s the key to greatness? Get thoughtful responses to these questions from Albert Mohler, Trevin Wax, Andy Crouch, Christian George and Spence Spencer in today’s #FaithandCulture Reading.
Hunter Baker, Associate Professor of Political Science at Union University, recently sat down with Bruce Ashford to talk religious liberty, authoritarian impulses, his attempt to run for a U.S. House seat, work and more. Watch the full talk above. Read a relevant excerpt below. On temptations to curtail religious liberty. “That’s one thing I observed on… Read More
Xenophobic. Crooked. Misogynistic. Liar. Racist. Bigot. Con Man. Disgusting. Half his supporters are a basket full of deplorables. The only thing she’s got is the woman’s card. The insults the presidential candidates have lobbed back and forth this election cycle seem to mark a new low in political discourse. Discussions about policy digress into ad… Read More
At the 2016 ERLC National Conference, Southeastern Seminary’s Bruce Ashford — along with Andrew Walker, Travis Wussow, Steven Harris and Jennifer Marshall — discussed evangelical political engagement. Ashford’s comments gained significant press coverage. Watch the full panel discussion above. Here are the highlights: What is public theology? What theologians would you recommend? (section starts at… Read More