Freedom

Judas' betrayal of Jesus shows that Divine love is willing to give human beings despite the risks, because love must be free
The Holy Week Reader—Wednesday: Volo Ut Sis

Christ’s treatment of Judas, despite his betrayal, illustrates the Divine Love that was willing to bring human beings into being despite the risks. Because that’s what love does.

Rebecca Munson Christianity & National Security 2023

Rebecca Munson’s lecture at Christianity & National Security 2023. Rebecca Munson discusses international human rights, Christian morals, and the fight…

Paul Miller Christianity & National Security 2023

Paul Miller’s lecture at Christianity & National Security 2023. Paul Miller discusses Afghanistan, Christian realism, and secular realism. The following…

A Puritan Named Kennedy

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Moral vs. Immoral Resistance Part III: The American War for Independence

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Thomas Paine’s Enduring Wisdom

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Iran Does Not Need Feminism, It Needs Freedom

Protesting the mandatory hijab law will never change Iran until the government respects religious freedom.

Surviving the Siege: The Life of the Artsakh’s Villages Under the Target of Azerbaijan

Since December 12, 2022, Azerbaijan has been illegally blockading Artsakh, an area historically populated by Armenians but claimed by Azerbaijan. For…

On Freedom: From Saint Paul to Luther to Lincoln

What has freedom meant across the ages?

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