Resources by 2017

Editor’s note: This is the sixth article in a monthly series on what Christians should know about bioethics. In this series we’ll be covering three broad areas of bioethics categorized as “making life” (beginning of life issues, such as reproductive... Continue...

When I first heard the term “polyamory,” it sounded like one of those eyebrow-raising issues you hear about on daytime talk-shows—shocking, extreme, and on the fringe.[1] Less than a decade later, it’s creeping out of the shadows and into the... Continue...

Over the past week, the revelations of a Hollywood mogul’s harassment, sexual assault, and threats came to light, making waves throughout Tinseltown. Harvey Weinstein was a successful American film producer and studio executive. He was also a man who used... Continue...

WASHINGTON, D.C, Oct. 17, 2017—The third annual Evangelicals for Life conference will be held Jan. 18-20, 2018, at the JW Marriott in Washington, D.C., where more than 30 dynamic speakers and leaders from across the pro-life movement will gather to... Continue...

Dhati Lewis, the lead pastor at Blueprint Church in Atlanta, Georgia, discusses the challenges and opportunities of planting a church in an urban area.  Continue...

We live in a world where issues arise in the news and culture daily. Behind every issue, however, is a person—a person made in the image of God. This new ERLC Podcast series, “How to Handle,” will tackle tough issues... Continue...

How do young adults find romantic partners?  What are their patterns of behavior in romantic relationships?  Why is there a decrease in the number of young adults who are marrying? How does technology affect romance? These are some of the... Continue...

Sex trafficking is happening all around us every day, and many people don’t even realize it. From California to New York, the United States is not immune to the horrors of trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation of men, women, and... Continue...

For the second time in four years, a federal judge has ruled that an Internal Revenue Service exemption that gives clergy tax-free housing allowances is unconstitutional. In her latest ruling U.S. District Court Judge Crabb claims the ministerial housing allowance... Continue...

Matt, Steven, and Travis catch up on latest federal policy developments including a legislative solution for Dreamers, Criminal Justice Reform, and two big wins for religious freedom at HHS and DOJ. Dreamers/DACA Evangelical Leader Statement of Principles on Dreamers -... Continue...