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“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...

Recently, the ERLC was thrilled to announce the opening of an international religious freedom office in the Middle East and the hiring of Travis Wussow as the director of international justice and religious freedom. Travis joins the ERLC team after... Continue...

Church staff and volunteers across the country are finalizing preparations for the start of a new ministry year as kids return for the start of school. If you're lending a hand with children's worship, volunteering in Awana, or serving as... Continue...

Who was Elisabeth Elliot? What was her impact in our world? Why should it cause us to desire to model our lives after her for the sake of Christ? Trillia Newbell sits down with Jennifer Lyell to discuss these questions.  .embed-container... Continue...

American Christians are often dismissive of symbolism in politics. We’re interested in substance, by which we mean the nuts and bolts of policy, law, political principle, message and governance. We’re tempted to dismiss political symbolism as an unfortunate feature of... Continue...

They are going to do it anyway. So regulate it, tax it, and we all will benefit. Alcohol is legal, so what difference does it make if pot is legal? Prohibition does not work; we learned that lesson. The government... Continue...

Do you know someone who could be a good fit for the 2020 ERLC Leadership Council? Complete the recommendation form by October 1 to nominate them for consideration. What is the ERLC Leadership Council? The ERLC Leadership Council is a collection... Continue...

An equally heartbreaking and morally revolting story is happening in Texas, where a court has severed the custody of a father from his 7-year-old son in order to allow the mother to oversee the child’s transition to living as a... Continue...

A few days before I left for college, I drove across town to my grandmother’s house, as I regularly did on Saturday mornings. I found her sitting at her kitchen table covered with its vinyl tablecloth and newspapers, as she... Continue...

The day Brooke Orthman walked into a pregnancy counseling center, she made a list. After seeing a faint positive on a gas station pregnancy test earlier that week, she wanted to find out if it was right. Getting pregnant wasn’t... Continue...