In a point/counterpoint set of articles, Joshua Sharp makes a case for an egalitarian reading of the Bible on men’s and women’s roles.
09/23/2020 - By Joshua Sharp
Dr. John Ogletree defines justice with the Old Testament word “mishpat” and outlines a path leading to justice, with the church as its primary advocate.
09/22/2020 - By Dr. John D. Ogletree Jr.
Alice Fry reflects on the July exchange between Rep. Ted Yoho and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in light of women in the Bible.
09/18/2020 - By Alice Fry
Zoom meetings, mask-wearing, racial tension, oh, and COVID-19 are enough to get a person down, but there’s some really good news.
09/16/2020 - By Tillanye Stewart
Being an Arab who is an Israeli citizen who is an evangelical Christian is complicated. And it makes for a poignant view of justice.
09/14/2020 - By R. E.
Trent Richardson speaks directly and plainly about depression and suicide, and he asks those thinking of leaving to please stay.
09/10/2020 - By Trent Richardson
Confession of racial injustice is what is “best for the American Christian’s soul” and will lead to healing, contends C.S. Humble.
09/09/2020 - By C.S. Humble
In the run up to Election Day, Jared Brandt encourages voters to think through a set of approaches to reducing the number of abortions.
09/08/2020 - By Jared Brandt
In light of the biblical call and Jesus’ own example, Dr. Tony Miranda challenges readers to embody kingdom justice for all people.
09/08/2020 - By Dr. Tony Miranda
Chadwick Boseman is more than a cultural hero. He offers the church an important lesson about what it means to be created in God’s image.
09/02/2020 - By Trent Richardson
In the midst of intense divisions pervading American society, Zac Harrel urges Christians to remember their higher calling as agents of healing.
09/01/2020 - By Zac Harrel
Dr. Froswa’ Booker-Drew considers the place of anger in responding to injustice by looking at Jesus’ response and the biblical injunction to love others.
08/31/2020 - By Dr. Froswa' Booker-Drew