Tagged: politics

A Seat at the Table

By Jon Carlson This is the fifth installment in our six-week visual series on exploring what God’s love looks like, when we live it out in our world. If you’re just joining us, you...

Costly Grace

An interview with Rev. Rob Schenck By Kristyn Komarnicki “One of my favorite moments in the Gospels is when Jesus told his disciples what would be the hallmark of a Christian: ‘By this shall...

On the Non-Trump Evangelicals

By Craig Keener I have been saving for the right time my likely one good shot at the subject of non-Trump evangelicals, and it looks like now is a good moment. The publication of...

What is Right with the World

By G.K. Chesterton For at present we all tend to one mistake; we tend to make politics too important. We tend to forget how huge a part of a man’s life is the same...

Christianity and Xenophobia

By Stephen Mattson Today’s political climate is filled with hate, racism, and bigotry towards various cultural, ethnic, and social minority groups. Christians should be alarmed at such rhetoric and take seriously the notion that...

Into Temptation

by Jon Carlson “What makes the temptation of power so seemingly irresistible? Maybe it is that power offers an easy substitute for the hard task of love. It seems easier to be God than...