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There was a rather large controversy in the Evangelical world recently when the humanitarian-aid group World Vision decided that it would recognize same-sex marriages. There was a huge outcry from traditionalist Christians and, as a result, World Vision reversed its decision within... Continue...

“Y’all” is one of the finest words in the English language. It is an inclusive and precise term.Y’all is a second-person plural, meaning it is a plural version of “you.” So, for example, somebody would say: “You want to go... Continue...

Well, once again, a lawyer has told me to clean out my desk and vacate the premises, this time in The Atlantic. In truth, he was talking about natural law, not me, Christianity. But whenever someone says, “A government that tries... Continue...

Many young people are leaving Evangelical churches. Statistics vary, but there is general consensus that large numbers of post-high school age Evangelical youth shed the faith of their fathers and mothers upon beginning their college years. The reasons given are... Continue...

Most Christians know that family is important. Along with the natural attachment and obligation that we each feel toward family members, the Bible clearly instructs us to place high value on our blood relationships: “Honor your mother and father” (Exodus... Continue...

End-of-life issues are the various topics and ethical concerns that arise during the time surrounding death. ERLC is developing issue analysis briefs to address a broad range of issues, from decision-making to euthanasia, that concern the end of life. The... Continue...

For this very reason, make every effort to supplement your faith with virtue, and virtue with knowledge, and knowledge with self-control, and self-control with steadfastness, and steadfastness with godliness, and godliness with brotherly affection, and brotherly affection with love. For... Continue...

Our culture does not want us, as Christians, to love it. Our culture wants us to hate it. That makes us the bad guys, and our culture wants us to be the bad guys. Loving our culture—really loving it—and proving... Continue...

Are you passionate about addressing the moral and ethical issues of our day from a gospel-centered, kingdom-focused perspective? Do you desire to sharpen your leadership skills and equip yourself for the future?  The ERLC offers two types of internships throughout the year:... Continue...

An Address at the Inauguration of Gregory Alan Thornbury as the Sixth President of The King’s College Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church New York City April 3, 2014 I first encountered Gregory Alan Thornbury not as a person and not even... Continue...