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November 24, 2015
The Thanksgiving story, or mythologized versions of it, once was sacrosanct before targetted by a hyper political correctness anxious to discredit any hint of early American nobility. But this week there was a welcome…
November 19, 2015
Recently 14 United Methodist bishops in Africa, collectively representing 5 million United Methodists in Africa’s growing churches, spoke out remarkably on the topics of terrorism and marriage.
November 17, 2015
Bishop Andudu of Sudan’s Nuba Mountains urges the co-chairs of the House Caucus on Sudan and South Sudan to weigh in on the distribution of settlement from BNP Paribas’ sanctions violations.
November 16, 2015
It’s a scandal that U.S. Christian groups are prioritizing Muslim refugees over Christian ones. Here’s why it’s happening.
November 14, 2015
Reports about the Paris terror strikes were circulating when I entered the theater to watch Bridge of Spies, an account of the captured Soviet spy who was exchanged for downed U.S. spy pilot Gary…
November 10, 2015
A previously obscure online eccentric evangelist has criticized Starbucks’ new plain holiday season cups denuded of traditional secular Christmas symbols, like snow flakes, as anti-Christian, igniting lots of media buzz and online chatter.
November 4, 2015
Providence, IRD’s new foreign policy journal, will help Christians in government, interested in government, or who just vote for government to understand how government can use its power wisely.
November 3, 2015
A very sad and disturbing Washington Post story recalls a young Quaker activist who fifty yeas ago set himself afire at the Pentagon to protest the Vietnam War.
November 1, 2015
Today is All Saints Day and yesterday was Reformation Day, a time for honoring departed servants of God and, in the latter, specifically recalling among them the Protestant Reformers. Many, likely most, Evangelical churches…
October 30, 2015
(Here are my October 29, 2015 remarks at the World Congress of Families IX in Salt Lake City.) Many religious institutions in America no longer want to defend marriage, family and life because their…
October 27, 2015
This new German film is about the Frankfurt Auschwitz trials of the early 1960s, which helped publicize the horrors of the Holocaust to a Germany still largely ignorant or in denial. The young hero…