Resources by 2015

There are a lot of legitimate reasons for Christians to be distressed at Christmas: Shifting sexual norms Public policies that deny human dignity to the vulnerable Heresy and controversy in the church. The threat of terrorism The commercialization of Christmas... Continue...

ERLC's Steven Harris sits down with Congressman Diane Black to discuss the latest in abortion legislation and how U.S. citizens can get involved in the legislative process. .embed-container { position: relative; padding-bottom: 56.25%; height: 0; overflow: hidden; max-width: 100%; }... Continue...

The fight against abortion is a hearts-and-minds campaign. Pro-life advocates rightly pursue legislative and judicial means to end the evil of legal abortion, but a large part of our struggle is persuasive in nature. And we need all kinds of... Continue...

The Benedict Option despairs of redeeming postmodern Western Civilization and counsels a Christian retreat into separatist communities to rebuild Christian culture through faithful discipleship. The model obviously is St. Benedict, who founded a vibrant monastic movement in the ashes of... Continue...

There is a war on Christmas. But it has nothing to do with whether or not retail cashiers say, “Merry Christmas” or “Happy Holidays.” It does not have anything to do with Christmas slogans printed on cups or whether there... Continue...

Every Friday, we bring to you the top five international stories of the week, with a particular emphasis on religious liberty, justice issues and geopolitical issues that impact liberty and justice. 1. ISIS releases 25 Assyrian Christians in Syria, but dozens... Continue...

This week on Twitter, a thousand theological experts emerged in a discussion over an evangelical school that, surprise, enforced a rule that their faculty adhere to evangelical doctrine. At the center of this debate was a statement by political science... Continue...

Holidays are often the few days a year when we go home and spend the night with our parents. During college, we longed for the serenity and familiarity of home. But, in recent years, a lot of us have been... Continue...

Charles Spurgeon awoke one morning during a general election to find his house vandalized. During the night, hoodlums had painted his front gate and walls blue—the color of the Conservative (Tory) party. That evening, Spurgeon addressed the defacing of his... Continue...

Is there a stigma in the Church regarding singles? Do we engage them in the ministry of the Church or see them as a problem to be fixed? Trevin Wax of The Gospel Project discusses this and more with the... Continue...