Resources by 2013

Sometimes I learn a lot from conversations I was never intended to hear. This happened once as I was stopping by my local community bookstore. It’s a small, quiet store, so it was impossible not to eavesdrop as I heard... Continue...

In 2004, my wife and I spent four days in Puerto Vallarta celebrating our 10th wedding anniversary. We left our three children behind and were together on a vacation for the first time in nearly five years. During this 4-day trip... Continue...

When I hear someone say, “War Eagle,” or see someone wearing Auburn sports gear I almost reflexively feel obligated to respond, “Roll Tide!” In fact, it seems like a duty, a moral responsibility even. Years ago, Bill Clinton’s campaign guru... Continue...

Robert P. George, McCormick Professor of Jurisprudence at Princeton University, outlines the challenges for Christians in our society. Continue...

Russell Moore, president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC) of the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) spoke in chapel at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS). Moore earned his Master of Divinity in Biblical Studies from New Orleans Baptist Theological... Continue...

I was recently travelling through Virginia and was amazed at the history that I saw at almost every turn. Driving on state highways from Fredericksburg to Monticello was like travelling in a time machine. First, we saw a sign marking... Continue...

“Mistakes happen; we’ll make them go away when they do.” This is the message being sold to impressionable teens and desperate college students by Plan B oral contraceptives. In commericals, Plan B promises a one-step process that will “prevent pregnancy before... Continue...

(These remarks were delivered by Andrew Walker on the topic of “Christianity and Conservatism in the Public Square” during an event at Vanderbilt University.) I recall a friend, a prominent conservative, who told me that he became a Christian as... Continue...

The Bible is clear on many ethical issues. Adultery, for example, is not only forbidden but the lust that typically precedes the act is violently opposed. Jesus says it is better to have one’s eye gauged out and tossed away... Continue...

Sarah Torre and Andrew T. Walker discuss the HHS Mandate via Google Hangouts. Continue...