The idea of a culture war is not new.
John BarrettFebruary 7, 2023
Why is there a rise in progressive and secular movements in Latin America, a region predominately inhabited by Christians? How should Christians and non-Christians view this concerning trend and its implications for religious freedom?
Andrea LealMay 24, 2021
Welcome to the launch of a new endeavor. At the start of each week, I’ll be offering brief reflections on…
Marc LiVeccheJanuary 24, 2021
Eugene Cho’s “Thou Shalt Not Be A Jerk” has major shortcomings as an introduction to political engagement, even as it has significant contributions to make in coaxing believers to be more self-reflective about whether they are more loyal to their chosen political party than God’s Word.
Matthew ArildsenOctober 29, 2020
After years of wishful thinking, America and its allies in the Indo-Pacific are returning, finally, to what President Franklin Roosevelt called “armed defense of democratic existence.” Given Beijing’s actions both at home and abroad, one wonders what took them so long.
Alan DowdJuly 31, 2020
The “europeanization” of American politics, far from a reason to rejoice, should be the occasion for wailing and gnashing of teeth.
H. David BaerMay 23, 2020
Al Mohler, president of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, recently declared that he was going to vote for Donald Trump in the upcoming presidential election.
Daniel StrandApril 23, 2020
A simple pro-life analysis does not yield much fruit or shed much light on how the government should act in foreign policy.
Daniel StrandApril 2, 2020
Robert Kennedy had rejected the anti-Semitism of his father, Ambassador Joe Kennedy, and had pledged to send 50 jet fighters to Israel to help that small, embattled country survive in a sea of enemies. For that, he would pay with his life.
Robert MorrisonJune 5, 2018