Racism has been a glaring stain within the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) since 1845, the year it was founded in Augusta, GA. And yet, by God’s grace, we are not the convention we once were. The 2017 SBC Annual Meeting showed us we still have more work to do. In the weeks following the SBC… Read More
What impact does white supremacy have on the mission of God? What lies do stay-at-home mothers tell themselves? What tragedy in Iceland should you be aware of? And how should young professionals engage their work? Get answers to these questions and more from Scott Hildreth, Jasmine Holmes, Liberty McArtor and Jessica Schroeder in today’s #FaithandCulture Reading.
The atrocity in Charlottesville is heartbreaking. Torch-wielding, swastika-bearing and Nazi-quoting protestors marched the streets. One person died. Many were injured. And countless are left mourning. Many of us want to assume that the tragedy in Charlottesville was led by people on the fringes of American society. And, thankfully, Christians have broadly denounced overt racism. Yet… Read More
Does God care about art? How should Christians think about the alt-right? What can we learn from the Negro Spirituals? And what does it look like for us to submit to the emperor? Get answers to these questions and more from Bruce Ashford, Dante Stewart, Jason Thacker, Mike Cosper, Latifah Phillips, Jason Wright and Brittany… Read More
What are you doing this Memorial Day? Perhaps you’re having a cookout with family. Maybe you’re attending a wedding. Or perhaps you’re privately honoring those who have died to preserve your freedoms. No matter how you celebrate Memorial Day, here are some thoughtful faith and culture perspectives from Joe Carter, Peter Leithart, Hannah Anderson, Anne Bradley and… Read More