Register now for the conference “What Is Anglicanism?” at Beeson Divinity School in September. Top leaders and scholars from around the world will answer this question and chart a way forward for the world’s third-largest communion of Christians. Speakers include the recent Archbishop of Kenya Eliud Wabukala, Archbishop of Egypt and leader of the Global South Mouneer Anis, editor of Anglican News Barbara Gauthier, John Yates III, Ephraim Radner, and R.R. Reno, editor of First Things. Click here for more information. Read more

For famous stutterers from Moses to Marilyn, listen to this podcast. Read more

Jack Sara is the leader of a Christian college operating in the Muslim-majority West Bank. And every Christian institution — Catholic, Orthodox or Protestant — has to make nice with the corrupt Palestinian Authority in order to keep operating. Read more

Soren Kierkegaard (1813-55) can help us realize that the way our culture uses the word “love” is radically different from the way the Bible uses the word. And if we realize that, then we can restore our broken relationships with our spouse and others, and with God. Read more

There is room in the Reformed tradition for seeing a future for Jewish Israel and its land, while at the same time holding to Calvin’s insistence that the church has inherited many of the promises made to Old Testament Israel. Read more

Trump’s moving the American embassy to Jerusalem removed the artificial life support for the UN resolutions of the 1940s that were made obsolete by Israel’s victory in 1967 after being attacked by Arab armies on all sides. Read more

There is a new opportunity at Beeson Divinity School for Anglicans seeking to earn a Doctor of Ministry degree. Read more

Robert Benne will speak at Samford University’s Beeson Divinity School Feb. 1, on “Bad and Good Ways to Think About Religion and Politics.” Read more

If you are unfamiliar with BDS, and want to know why it is so insidious, you owe it to yourself to read this and pass it along to others. Read more

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