Articles by 2014

Phillip Bethancourt: Welcome back to the Questions and Ethics program with Russell Moore. I am Phillip Bethancourt, and today we want to talk about the holidays, Dr. Moore. There are going to be people traveling all over the country to... Continue...

Jadedly cold and calculating intelligence officers and field operatives doing whatever it takes to stop terrorists and save lives, sometimes approaching a dangerous zone of sacrificing their own humanity in the process. Boorish bureaucrats making it difficult for interrogators and... Continue...

Technological innovations often have broad effects that could have never been forseen. Take, for example, the invention of the printing press by German printer Johannes Gutenberg. A forward-thinking futurist living in 1450 might have predicted the way that the printed... Continue...

The 113th Congress is in its final days. Its constitutionally mandated term of two years is nearly concluded. Currently, each new Congress begins on or about January 3 after a congressional election, and lasts for two years, which is divided... Continue...

A poor family in North Africa receives a pair of goats that will provide them with food and income. A Syrian refugee receives a package of food and household goods to help supplement his family’s needs for one month. A... Continue...

How can singles show culture what biblical-based marriages look like? Jennifer Marshall explains.  Marshall is a vice president for the Institute for Family, Community, and Opportunity at The Heritage Foundation. Continue...

Depression first found me when I was an idealistic 19-year-old with plans to change the world. Panic attacks and obsessive thought patterns soon followed, and the promise and excitement of my 20s was to be often overshadowed by mental and... Continue...

A new report by the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence on the CIA’s use of torture of suspected terrorists finds the agency repeatedly lied about brutal techniques that were both ineffective and illegal. The report also highlights examples of the extreme... Continue...

A few weeks ago, Pew released new data on how Americans share their faith about their faith on social media and how much Americans consume religious content in both new (social) and old (radio/TV) media. Working in social media, I was... Continue...

NOTE: The 2015 ERLC Leadership Summit will address "The Gospel and Racial Reconciliation" to equip Christians to apply the gospel on these issues with convictional kindness in their communities, their families, and their churches. This event will be held in Nashville... Continue...