Responding to President Biden’s use of Isaiah 6:8, Jack Goodyear points to the distinction between civil religion and Christian Nationalism.
08/31/2021 - By Jack Goodyear
Dr. Christine Nix, a retired Texas law enforcement officer and professor of criminal justice, brings attention to defendants’ families.
08/30/2021 - By Dr. Christine Able Nix
Don Newbury shares an inside story about one of his predecessors, Guy D. Newman—president of Howard Payne University from 1955 to 1973.
08/24/2021 - By Don Newbury
Dr. Rolando Aguirre points to God’s love as the source of justice, describing justice as “where John 3:16 and Matthew 25 merge.”
08/23/2021 - By Dr. Rolando Aguirre
Luis Juárez proclama que Criswell College está siendo fiel al llamado de Dios de desarrollar lideres Hispanos.
08/17/2021 - By Luis Juárez
Jon Choi sees similarities between the worship of some modern Christians and that of Cain, Balaam and Korah in the Old Testament.
08/17/2021 - By Jon Choi
Garrett Vickrey draws a comparison between two economies—the pharaoh of Exodus and God. Justice is built on God’s abundant economy.
08/16/2021 - By Garrett Vickrey
Looking back on a year, John Crowder, pastor of First Baptist Church in West, follows up his discussion of the three phases of disaster response.
08/10/2021 - By John Crowder
Jimmy Dorrell lists the core values of Church Under the Bridge and how he and his congregation face injustice in their community.
08/09/2021 - By Jimmy Dorrell
Community activist and pastor Dr. Michael Bell recounts racial disparities in his community and the broader justice system.
08/02/2021 - By Dr. Michael Bell
Joshua Sharp examines the seeming tension between New Testament language about slavery and the modern church’s position on enslaving people.
07/27/2021 - By Joshua Sharp
Kristin Houlé Cuellar considers how justice involves a second chance, because who we are is “more than our worst act.”
07/26/2021 - By Kristin Houlé Cuellar