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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...

At this year's ERLC Leadership Summit on "The Gospel and Human Sexuality," Andrew Walker will be speaking on the threats to biblical marriage in his session “Marriage Matters: Contemporary Threats to Biblical Marriage.” Walker serves are the director for policy studies at the... Continue...

Trillia Newbell, author of United: Captured by God's Vision for Diversity, illustrates why Christians should actively engage race relations.  "Race can be such a difficult thing to talk about, but it shouldn't be," Newbell said. "We should work to approach race... Continue...

The following is an excerpt from Preparing Your Teens for College: Faith, Friends, Finances, and Much More by Alex Chediak.  In the time since you and I have embarked on our adult lives, the challenges surrounding college education have dramatically... Continue...

C. Everett Koop died last year at the age of 96. Here are nine things you should know about the former surgeon general. 1. In 1981, Dr. Charles Everett Koop—his lifelong nickname was "Chick", short for "chicken coop"—had never served in... Continue...

Hello, I am Russell Moore, president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, and you are listening to Questions & Ethics. This is the program where we take an issue that you are struggling with and look at it through the... Continue...

The following address by the late C. Everett Koop, MD, Sc.D., Surgeon General of the U.S.  Public Health Service, was presented to the Christian Life Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina on March 23, 1987 Greetings... Continue...

In its recent Town of Greece v. Galloway decision the United States Supreme Court ruled that local governments do not violate the First Amendment when they open their meetings with prayer, even if those who lead the prayer do so according to... Continue...

Hello, I’m Russell Moore, president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, and this is Questions & Ethics, the program where we take an issue that you are struggling with, something that you have sent in, and we look at it... Continue...

Baseball means dealing with failure. "There is more Met than Yankee in all of us," as Roger Angell has poignantly wrote in The Summer Game. Every person who has ever played the game of baseball has been a consistent failure.... Continue...