An estimated 74.6 percent of North Korean defectors become victims of human trafficking in China, and the situation is worse for female defectors.
Olivia Enos & Yujin KimOctober 2, 2019
There are three important reasons why Paul Ramsey’s “The Just War” should be remembered and read by those who haven’t yet encountered it, or reread by those who have.
James Turner JohnsonSeptember 30, 2019
Last spring, in the 53rd minute of a hotly contested soccer match between two of the most famous soccer clubs…
Reitsma MpindiSeptember 27, 2019
While many aspects of the Russo-Ukrainian war—such as the annexation of Crimea, the shootdown of passenger airliner MH17, and the…
George BarrosSeptember 27, 2019
Robert Mugabe, the dictator who impoverished and brutalized a nation across 37 years, was buried in a Zimbabwe state funeral…
Mark TooleySeptember 26, 2019
Drag queen story hour (DQSH) occupied the debate between David French and Sohrab Ahmari. So how should Christians respond?
Jonathan LeemanSeptember 23, 2019
In every major Muslim country, governments use, abuse, and instrumentalize religion, but they don’t merely use it; they feature it…
Shadi HamidSeptember 20, 2019
The Trump administration is considering reducing the already small number of refugees who are allowed into the refugee resettlement program….
Chelsea Patterson SobolikSeptember 20, 2019
An abridged version of J. Daryl Charles’ review of Gregory A. Boyd’s Crucifixion of the Warrior God that appeared in…
J. Daryl CharlesSeptember 19, 2019
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