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For I have chosen him, that he may command his children and his household after him to keep the way of the Lord by doing righteousness and justice, so that the Lord may bring to Abraham what he has promised... Continue...

Submission. It's a word loaded with a powder keg of emotions. We live in a culture more accustomed to questioning authority than submitting to it. Those in leadership are often viewed with mistrust rather than respect. Many have felt the sting... Continue...

I live in Charlottesville, Virginia. You may have heard of it. You may have seen my city on the news or on your Twitter feed after several white nationalist and white supremacist groups converged on our downtown park to protest... Continue...

I live in Charlottesville, Va. You may have heard of it. You probably saw my city on the news or on your Twitter feed after several white nationalist and white supremacist groups converged on our downtown park to protest the... Continue...

Some women find themselves attracted to conversations about all things cultural, political, and philosophical, while others find themselves deeply intimidated by these subjects. Unfortunately, I have noticed that both the culturally curious and the culturally intimidated women in the evangelical... Continue...

Where do we go from here? That’s the question Martin Luther King, Jr. was forced to ask, and to answer, in the summer of 1967. Facing a civil rights movement in crisis and on the verge of fracturing, Dr. King... Continue...

The ERLC will be involved in several ways leading up to and throughout the duration of the 2017 Southern Baptist Convention Annual Meeting. We’d love for you to join us if you’re in Phoenix! Here’s a list of where we’ll... Continue...

Academicians have a commitment to the truth. After all, the point of being a member of the "academy" is having opinions and research validated through the work of similarly qualified and committed researchers and thinkers. The presumption is that the... Continue...

In 1915, Canadian medical officer John McCrae published what has become one of the most popular poems from the First World War, “In Flanders Fields” :  In Flanders fields the poppies blow Between the crosses, row on row That mark our place;... Continue...

“What is Marriage?” That’s the question that my friends Ryan Anderson, Sherif Gergis and Robert George want answered. We’re now embroiled in a great national debate about a) what the answer to the question is; and b) who gets to answer... Continue...