March 29, 2017

We should not get upset if the Benedict Option does not fit in with America’s current sex and gender fads. These too will pass. Read more

March 23, 2017

A church closing is a reminder of the declining reliance on the institution of divine worship, whatever practice; a post-religion society. Read more

March 16, 2017

by  J. Nick Pitts Previous generations’ college experiences were satirized by the film Animal House, but today’s college campus seems more a house of animals. While Animal House depicted college as continual party that promoted promiscuity and debauchery with little time for learning, today’s college experience seems more like a continual protest. These demonstrations are caused by a distrust in institutions, endemic to the millennial generation, and an overarching lack of historical understanding. Last week, a mob attacked conservative author… Read more

March 9, 2017

Can the Benedict Option be different? How do proponents, as a church, community, or other organization, not relive the sins of the fundamentalist movement that began in the 1920s? Read more

March 8, 2017

By Eliana Rudee On a chilly Friday morning in Jerusalem, 14 American Baptist leaders filed into Colel Chabad’s Pantry Packers packing plant, ready to prepare food for Israel’s underprivileged. Despite the cold, Michael Seiler, Manager of Liaison Services with the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (“The Fellowship”), volunteered his Friday morning to brief the Baptist leaders, promising that this activity would warm everyone’s hearts. Indeed, hearts were warmed and bridges were built during the group’s weeklong tour around Israel,… Read more

February 10, 2017

Since any church’s goal should be to serve the spiritual needs of its members and reach out to its community, marriage should be on the forefront of its agenda. Read more

January 9, 2017

Following God does not ensure a pain-free life. Obedience to God does not give a free pass from hurt and suffering here in this world. How do we move forward if we are disappointed Christians? Read more

January 4, 2017

I understand why an evangelical Christian would vote for Trump on the basis of key issues. But to make him a hero, a standard-bearer for Christians? Read more

December 23, 2016

The Year of Our Lord 2016 has not been an easy one. Many remarkable headlines have come and gone over the past 365 days. I thought I’d take time to highlight some big stories in the evangelical world, arranged in no particular order. Read more

December 1, 2016

Watch the digitally remastered film that takes the story of Jesus and brings it to life. Read more




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