Jesus' love-your-enemies ethic is often juxtaposed with Paul's sword-bearing theology in Romans 13. Who should Christians side with?
Some Christian leaders are asserting their support of the death penalty using scriptures from the Old Testament. Would starting with Jesus and the Christian gospel instead alter their conclusions?
Two Christian suburban moms team up to abolish modern-day slavery.
MLK Day was designated in 1983, but more work remains to be done. Here's how Christian churches can continue to be instruments of justice in a new era.
Rodman's antics are consistent with his eccentric past. But they are not diplomacy, and Christians shouldn't support them.
Christians around the world observe the Feast of Holy Innocents on December 28. According to Jonathan Merritt, we have much to mourn today.
Zach Hunter, a CNN "modern day hero", is calling people of faith to discover the lost art of chivalry.
Steve McQueen's celebrated film, "12 Years a Slave", is as much a commentary on religion as race.
After five years of service, Army Sergeant Logan Mehl-Laituri changed his status from active soldier to conscientious objector.
Rachel Marie Stone urges us to rediscover the spiritual act of eating.
The prominent pastor shares why he thinks the American family is failing and how he plans to fix it.
"America's Best Theologian" talks about war, peace, and the church's relationship with the state.
Reaction to the George Zimmerman verdict uncover deep racial tensions. How do we move forward?
In the wake of the Zimmerman verdict, an African-American leader urges Christians to listen, learn, and lament.
Author Ken Wytsma shares a vision for justice that transcends partisan politics.