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When you say the word, "media" a lot of Christians might groan. There is a sense that the media is not always favorable to people of faith. But there are many media members who also happen to be followers of... Continue...

On Saturday, the New York Times featured an article exploring the various measures around the world designed to outlaw homosexual acts and, in many cases, harass homosexual persons. Uganda, for instance, recently passed legislation singling out homosexuals for harsh penalties such as life... Continue...

Hello, this is Questions & Ethics, and this is Russell Moore broadcasting here from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, North Carolina. This is a program where every week we take a question that you have about something going on... Continue...

Our faith stands on the shoulders of one person: Jesus Christ. Many of us, however, have never studied what it was like for our Savior to walk out his final days on earth. Justin Taylor, PhD candidate at the Southern Baptist Theological... Continue...

There is no better theological learning environment than the family. It is in the context of family that you see the truest picture of your son’s heart, and therefore have the best opportunity to speak life-transforming, Christ-exalting truths to his heart. And,... Continue...

Each one should use whatever gift he has received to serve others, faithfully administering God’s grace in its various forms. - I Peter 4:10 God has given each one of us unique abilities, talents, and gifts. The question is, how... 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...

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...

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...