Kendall Lyons responds to the passage of HB 3979 by the 87th Texas Legislature, which circumscribes instruction on race and gender.
06/04/2021 - By Kendall Lyons
Jay Givens looks at Southern Baptist opposition to women’s ordination (Part 1) and the role of Phoebe in the early church (Part 2).
05/20/2021 - By Jay Givens / Wayland Baptist University
05/19/2021 - By Jay Givens / Wayland Baptist University
Para mí, la justicia se ve como un área de juegos de una iglesia con niños de todos los orígenes y etnias jugando juntos de manera equitativa, celebrando la infancia.
05/18/2021 - By Dr. Joe Rangel
Rasool Berry, teaching pastor for The Bridge Church in New York City, examines critical race theory and how Christians can address it.
05/17/2021 - By Rasool Berry
In Part 4 of 4 articles on critical race theory, Austin Suter challenges Christians not to shortcut or shy away from engaging tough issues.
05/11/2021 - By Austin Suter / United? We Pray
Sigamos el ejemplo de Abraham y vivamos confiando en la dirección de Dios, aunque no siempre lo entendamos todo.
05/10/2021 - By Julio Varela
Travis Collins calls evangelicals back to their roots between extreme positions to return conservatism back to its moral compass.
05/10/2021 - By Travis Collins
In Part 3 of 4 articles on critical race theory, Austin Suter critiques two conclusions of some critical race theorists.
05/05/2021 - By Austin Suter / United? We Pray
In Part 2 of 4 articles on critical race theory, Austin Suter considers the history of race in the U.S. and the American church.
04/26/2021 - By Austin Suter / United? We Pray
Jack Goodyear, professor of political science, examines how the Supreme Court is interpreting free exercise of religion in light of COVID-19.
04/21/2021 - By Jack Goodyear
In Part 1 of 4 articles on critical race theory, Austin Suter asks, “How can I read critical race theory in a discerning and Christian manner?”
04/14/2021 - By Austin Suter / United? We Pray