Resources in News and Culture

Evangelism is the one topic that is guaranteed to get the most amens in church and yet produces the most fear and guilt in those of us called to share the good news of the gospel. And today, in an... Continue...

Fifty years ago this summer, California implemented the first no-fault divorce statute in the nation. Here are five facts you should know about the policy that changed marriage in America. 1. No-fault divorce is the term for the dissolution of... Continue...

We live in a world of constant information. Just think about your day so far. Here’s how my morning looked: Alarm turns on the radio: government minister being grilled over education policy. Walk the dog, headphones firmly in, listening to... Continue...

I was 24, working at my alma mater, when a student prayed in a group, “And God, thank you for Jenn’s example as an older woman on our campus.” I restrained a burst of laughter. Thankfully everyone’s eyes were closed.... Continue...

Russell Moore, president of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, commented on the Administration’s decision to exempt U.S. tariffs on Bibles printed in China from the list of Chinese imports subject to additional tariffs in... Continue...

WASHINGTON, D.C., Aug. 13, 2019—Russell Moore, president of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, commented on the Administration’s decision to exempt U.S. tariffs on Bibles printed in China from the list of Chinese imports subject... Continue...

NASHVILLE, Tenn., Aug. 13, 2019—More than 40 abuse survivors, experts, pastors and abuse prevention advocates will address participants at the ERLC’s fifth annual National Conference: “Caring Well: Equipping the Church to Confront the Abuse Crisis,” Oct. 3-5 at the Gaylord Texan in... Continue...

If we live in largely homogenous neighborhoods, how can we go about developing multicultural relationships? Trillia shares some encouragement and suggestions.  Continue...

The portrayal of women in the Gospels—particularly in Luke’s Gospel—is stunningly countercultural. Luke constantly pairs men with women, and when he compares the two, it is almost always in the woman’s favor. Before Jesus’s birth, two people are visited by... Continue...

Even before the Supreme Court exercised raw judicial power and wrongly redefined marriage, social conservatives predicted that removing the conjugal (or complementary) basis of marriage would leave marriage open to further redefinition.  Their warnings were met with scorn by progressives,... Continue...