Alyssa Ross, a public school teacher, describes justice from the vantage point of adoption and public and special education.
By Alyssa Ross
Jim Lemons explores how God may be using the coronavirus pandemic to reveal things about ourselves and our world.
By Jim Lemons
Joshua Sharp, in the hope of encouraging other writers, explains why he writes for the Baptist Standard and provides a few guidelines for article submissions.
By Joshua Sharp
Charles Foster Johnson, founder and executive director of Pastors for Texas Children and co-pastor of Bread Fellowship in Fort Worth, proposes that justice looks like providing quality education for all children everywhere.
By Charles Foster Johnson / Pastors for Texas Children
Daniel Camp suggests how to pray for students, parents and teachers encountering the first day of a new school year during the coronavirus pandemic.
By Daniel Camp
Dr. Stephen Reid, professor of Christian Scriptures at Baylor University’s Truett Seminary, examines justice as seen in the Good Samaritan and Simon of Cyrene.
By Dr. Stephen Reid
Mathew St. John questions the notion that his plain reading of Scripture means he is “guilty of abuse, sexism and inviting persecution toward women.”
By Mathew St. John
Timothy Pierce, associate professor of Christian studies at East Texas Baptist University, examines how justice is described in the Old Testament.
By Timothy Pierce
In responding to Rev. Ramiro Peña’s article about Trump’s record on religious freedom, Pastor Amos Humphries considers the decline in refugee resettlement.
By Amos Humphries
The knowledge we glean from social sciences like psychology and sociology is valuable and incredibly helpful “for life and godliness,” writes Joshua Sharp.
A Waco pastor and one of President Trump’s informal group of evangelical advisors expresses his gratitude for Trump’s record on religious liberty.
Editor Eric Black announces a special series in the Voices column dedicated to an extended conversation about justice from numerous perspectives.
By Eric Black / Editor