Christians must advocate religious liberty not just for themselves, Walker argues, but “with the conviction that true freedom means allowing fellow citizens… to freely exercise their beliefs with dignity.”
Ian SpeirApril 21, 2021
Peter Paul Ruben’s extraordinary “Raising of the Cross” helps reflect on Divine love, human flourishing, and the weight of glory.
Marc LiVeccheApril 2, 2021
Maundy Thursday has much to say both about the location of human flourishing and the role violence might play in it.
Marc LiVeccheApril 1, 2021
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.
Marc LiVeccheMarch 31, 2021
Holy Tuesday is about preparation, endurance, and hope despite the grim realities around us. In the face of the certainty of death, we are shown how best to live.
Marc LiVeccheMarch 30, 2021
The cleansing of the temple reveals the character of our Messiah and is a model for those who would follow him.
Marc LiVeccheMarch 29, 2021
The Holy Week Reader: Palm Sunday witnessed the rise of two cities in the world of humanity. Christians are citizens of both. Attendant responsibilities follow.
Marc LiVeccheMarch 28, 2021
One of the main themes of the Old and New Testaments is the nations, a subject that remains largely in the background in the Old Testament but emerges into the foreground in the New Testament.
Timothy W. WhitakerFebruary 18, 2021
Polarization in the United States in recent years has both increased in intensity and transformed into a different type. These changes, in my view, are very dangerous for the future of the Republic.
Mark L. HaasJanuary 18, 2021
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