Resources in News and Culture

What just happened? On Tuesday, President Trump and Congressional Democrats came to an agreement on trade with America’s nearest northern and southern neighbors. The House of Representatives agreed to Trump’s plan to amend and replace the North American Free Trade... Continue...

In recent years, there has been an explosion of conversations, books, and organizations focused on championing the deep value of our work. This is a good gift, one that, at its best, recaptures the goodness of creation and the wonder... Continue...

This week marked another win for the pro-life movement as the Supreme Court rejected a challenge to a Kentucky abortion law. The law, which was passed by Kentucky’s General Assembly and signed by Gov. Matt Bevin in 2017, requires doctors... Continue...

How can a Christian rightly magnify the Lordship of Jesus while submitting to a government that does not share the same values? In 1 Peter 2:13-17, the Apostle Peter helps us answer this question. Writing to an audience of believers... Continue...

For this two part series, we bring you ERLC president Dr. Russell Moore teaching on the Kingdom of God and what this theology means for Christian engagement in the public square. The lectures were recorded live in Washington, D.C., as... Continue...

One of the most noticeable effects of Kanye West’s highly publicized conversion to Christianity has been his newfound dedication to his family. This has been observable in a number of ways: In his new Jesus Is King album, songs are... Continue...

What categorizes something as “political”? Answering this question has become an increasing problem for social media platforms as those who run them prepare for the upcoming election cycle and adjust to the new norm of their influential role in society.... Continue...

When is the last time you were rebuked? That’s a jarring question. And maybe it would be better to phrase it differently, like: when is the last time someone told you something he or she knew you didn’t want to... Continue...

Andrew Peterson was a young musician when he posted a message board comment to one of his favorite bands, Cademon’s Call, with a link to his lyrics. This spontaneous act set off a long spiral of events that have shaped... Continue...