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It's an oft-repeated question: Is the Reformation still necessary? During this commemoration of Luther’s protest, it’s proper to consider how the Reformation impulse of yesteryear applies to our present moment in history. Central to the Reformation was the fact that God... Continue...

From the 1800s to the mid 20th century, government-run lotteries in America were not only recognized as immoral but were banned in every state. That changed in 1964 when New Hampshire—a state without an income tax—reinstituted a state lottery. Over... Continue...

God has called me to live a life on mission, and for me that includes a call to full-time ministry. But I have run away from what God was calling me to do and have actually spent my entire career... Continue...

When white supremacy is on the march, Satan rejoices. This is all the more reason that followers of Christ should unite in the face of such evil, particularly when it lands in your backyard. It is highly doubtful that anyone... Continue...

NASHVILLE, Tenn., Oct. 27, 2017—Russell Moore, president of The Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, and Christian leaders across Tennessee joined together in denouncing the “White Lives Matter” rallies scheduled for Oct. 28 in Middle Tennessee.... Continue...

I live in Charlottesville, Va. You may have heard of it. You probably saw my city on the news or on your Twitter feed after several white nationalist and white supremacist groups converged on our downtown park to protest the... Continue...

Today the National Archives will be releasing to the public thousands of files related to the assassination of John F. Kennedy in Dallas, Texas on November 22, 1963. Here are five facts you may not know about the Kennedy assassination.... Continue...

If we shadows have offended, Think but this (and all is mended) That you have but slumbered here, While these visions did appear. –Puck’s Epilogue, A Midsummer’s Night Dream It was only a dream. This is how Shakespeare decided to... Continue...

WASHINGTON (BP) — For two United States senators, a solution to America's racial division could start simply with a meal in a home. Sens. James Lankford of Oklahoma and Tim Scott of South Carolina are continuing to promote the Solution... Continue...

Editor's note: An anonymous public school teacher has written this article. This teacher's job could be jeopardized if his/her name was published on this topic due to the specific community the school is in. It’s no secret that American public schools... Continue...