This week I attended in Washington, DC, the annual gathering of the International Democratic Union, a coalition of over 70…
Mark TooleyDecember 6, 2019
If William McRaven is truly concerned about the trust the military has earned across our society, he would be more reluctant to drag it into the political muck.
Daniel StrandDecember 2, 2019
Integralism is confused because it misunderstands the epoch of history in which Christians now live. Jesus is king, yes, but a long tradition of theology understands that Jesus’ kingdom has been inaugurated, though not yet consummated in full.
Andrew T. WalkerNovember 27, 2019
For all of the hand-wringing about the power technology holds over our society, it is indisputable that immense good has flown from such innovations.
Josh Wester & Jason ThackerNovember 15, 2019
The Dual Democracies Initiative (DDI) offers a solution based on the principle that if Israelis, Palestinians, Jews, and Arabs are going to live together, they should learn to benefit from each other.
George E. AssousaNovember 13, 2019
On Jan. 30, 1948, during an evening prayer service in Delhi, India, Nathuram Godse fired three bullets into the stomach…
Micah PaulecNovember 4, 2019
In the fate of Egypt and its Christians, we should read one crucial fact: neither democratic nor authoritarian governance delivered anything resembling equal citizenship.
Maged AtiyaOctober 24, 2019
The NBA’s groveling reaction to Daryl Morey’s high crime of tweeting “Fight for freedom, stand with Hong Kong” sent shockwaves…
Mike WatsonOctober 17, 2019
The US created today’s system of global exchange. Now, Beijing is manipulating it to subvert American security, prosperity, and values.
Nate Picarsic & Emily de la BruyereOctober 15, 2019
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