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It’s the most wonderful time of year, but these next few weeks can also be difficult for many. There are families who, for the first time, will be gathering around a table grieving the loss of a family member. There... Continue...

In the beginning of 2019, the ERLC Podcast will run a guest series hosted by me, Trillia Newbell, featuring women throughout evangelicalism. More will be shared about the scope and purpose of the podcast in the coming weeks, but one... Continue...

In an effort to equip the church, members of the ERLC have published several books over the last year (and the end of the previous year). Touching on topics such as human dignity, race, diversity, gender, technology, and the family,... Continue...

President George H.W. Bush died on Friday at the age of 94. Here are five facts you should know about one of the most respected statesmen in modern American history: 1. Prior to being elected vice-president in 1980 and president... Continue...

For believers, grief is that undeniable part of the universal human experience, regularly reminding us that one day we’ll cross over to a place where there will be no more tears and no more pain. But for the time in... Continue...

Over the Thanksgiving holiday, my wife and I watched the new A&E series, “The Clinton Affair.” Like the title suggests, this six-part documentary retold one of the most explosive political moments not only of the 1990s, but in American history.... Continue...

As a public health professor, Christ follower, and public health practitioner, I am consistently forced to reflect upon the intersection of faith and protecting the needs of the population. One of the most pressing areas of intersection is the HIV/AIDS... Continue...

“You shall not murder.” That’s the entire sixth commandment. In Hebrew, it’s actually even shorter—just two words, in fact: lo, the negation (“not”), and ratsach, “murder.” It seems like an obvious, uncontroversial commandment. If any command could go unstated, any... Continue...

Within the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC), resolutions have traditionally been defined as an expression of opinion or concern, as compared to a motion, which calls for action. A resolution is not used to direct an entity of the denomination to... Continue...

“You do not know what tomorrow will bring . . . for you are a mist that appears for a little time and then vanishes” (James 4:14).   This verse has consumed me since seeing the jarring news yesterday of... Continue...