Last month, a disturbing headline from The Times of Israel proclaimed, “Support for Israel among young US evangelical Christians drops sharply — survey.”
Philip T. Morrow & Amy GabrielJune 15, 2021
Imperfect justice is the best we can hope for in this life because we are not promised more than this. Until the reign of righteousness is brought about, we must be satisfied with this all-too-imperfect justice, looking forward to the day when all justice will be brought to judgment.
Daniel StrandApril 21, 2021
Mob violence cannot be tolerated, and when threatened should be met with overwhelming force—as a deterrent, and with proportional and discriminant force, or “reciprocal violence” if you prefer—without apology, with far less concern for “optics,” and without any concern for the ideology of the mob if deterrence fails.
Keith PavlischekJanuary 20, 2021
King recognized that for nations, as for individuals, the measure of goodness is not perfection, but rather direction. America was born headed in the right direction—and continues to build a “more perfect union” dreamed up by imperfect men.
Alan DowdJuly 15, 2020
The Middle East is not overloaded with statues of historic figures, but they do exist. Some are of imperialists and slavers.
Alberto M. FernandezJuly 7, 2020
Our world is broken and bending toward chaos, as it was in 1968, as it has been since the Fall, as it will be until Christ returns to make all things new.
Alan DowdJune 24, 2020
“After our arrival we went up to the town of Savannah; and the same evening I went to a friend’s…
Eric M. WashingtonJune 19, 2020
In the wake of George Floyd’s death and the deaths of so many others, a Christian response to injustice means that if black lives matter to Jesus, then black lives must matter to those who claim to be his followers.
RaShan FrostJune 11, 2020
Here’s my interview with Brookings Institution senior fellow and Atlantic contributor Shadi Hamid about protests, riots and national conversation on…
Mark Tooley & Shadi HamidJune 4, 2020