From an atheistic Marxist to compassionate Christian, journalist Marvin Olasky wants to express intense awareness of his own story of sin and Christ’s glory.
In a new video, Russell Moore, J. D. Greear, and Voddie Baucham tackle this complex and critical topic.
When it comes to legislating morality, how do we help people find an authority outside of themselves?
How can evangelicals work in the next four years to find common ground with the President, pray for him, and pursue priorities where we disagree?
Ideological purity may be emotionally satisfying, but it typically doesn’t win a lot of elections.
In the Western world there are conservative liberals, liberal liberals, and radical liberals—but all adhere to the basic principles of liberalism.
Finding a course where principle can wed with effective if incomplete action is the holy grail of evangelical political engagement.
To apply a Christian worldview to questions of public policy isn’t self-interested. It’s serving our neighbor.
This conflict is going to determine the future direction of evangelical political engagement. My problem is that I’m on both sides.