From the Archives of Christianity & Crisis Magazine: October 13, 1947.
Christianity & Crisis MagazineOctober 21, 2022
There is also a growing Christian demographic group in Turkey: converts to Christianity, many of whom converted to a Protestant church. They increasingly face discrimination.
Uzay BulutMay 16, 2022
While we may not be able to create peace on earth, by offering a “cup of cold water” in Jesus’ name, we can bring peace to the hearts of many.
Trudy and Russell ChunApril 25, 2022
If we are to take a constructive part in world politics our leaders cannot assume that religious questions are unimportant.
Christianity & Crisis MagazineMay 25, 2021
The American-led Protestant missions in Korea achieved perhaps the most rapid and complete transformation of a nation in the history of Christianity, but they disappeared into almost complete obscurity by the time that the Korean War forced Americans to pay attention to Korea.
Robert S. KimOctober 21, 2019
Should US missionaries collaborate with US intelligence services? What if one’s home government invited the missionary to use lethal authorized force against a known terrorist target?
Ben PalkaOctober 18, 2019
American Christians should recognize and promote these missionaries’ efforts that both advance the Kingdom of God and ensure a more peaceful world.
Joshua W. WalkerOctober 16, 2019
The impact of American missionaries on American foreign policy is three-fold: it can be applied outward to other nations, inward to our own, and upward into the official foreign relations apparatus.
Drew GriffinOctober 15, 2019
Marc LiVecche is grateful to Amy Fallas for responding to his essay discussing the death of John Allen Chau. But he’s not entirely convinced she’s advanced the conversation all that much. Rather than challenge anything the essay said, LiVecche thinks she has confirmed it.
Marc LiVeccheDecember 14, 2018