Resources in News and Culture

Yesterday we witnessed another mass shooting. As students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., were preparing for the end of another school day, a lone gunman entered the building and opened fire, and in an instant their... Continue...

“I can’t believe I grew up in Mississippi my entire life and didn’t learn a thing about Fannie Lou Hamer.” Last month, I kicked off a book club in my living room. My hope had been to gather together a... Continue...

What is “chain migration”? Over the past few years, the term “chain migration” has shifted from its original usage and taken on a negative connotation. In current immigration debates, though, “chain migration” is used as a misleading synonym for “family... Continue...

The United States Senate begins debate this week on immigration reform for the special category of undocumented immigrants brought to this country by their parents, known as Dreamers. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R–Ky.) agreed to a rare, open floor... Continue...

On this episode, Andrew interviews Baptist political theologian and IX Marks Editorial Director Jonathan Leeman on the subject of the church’s political identity and how Baptist ecclesiology produces a unique contribution to religious liberty. Twitter: @JonathanDLeeman Books by Jonathan Leeman: ... Continue...

"I wanted the world to see what they did to my baby." - Mamie Till-Mobley​ Wrapped in a bronze-colored metal lattice, with a structure fashioned after the three-tiered crowns used in Yoruban art from West Africa, the National Museum of... Continue...

Note: This is the third article in a series on how should Christians think about ‘the news.’ You can find part one here and part two here. “Everybody complains about the weather,” said the writer Charles Dudley Warner, “but nobody... Continue...

On the first full episode of Countermoves, Andrew interviews Commentary writer Sohrab Ahmari, formerly of the Wall Street Journal, on the future of liberal democracy and looks at particular threats facing the West.  His work has covered issues of the... Continue...

The ERLC’s DC team reviews the status of politics and policy in Washington including abortion, immigration, and (yet another) CR week. Also, a quick look at the MLK50 Conference in Memphis, TN on April 3-4. David Brooks: The Abortion Memo... Continue...

Myke Hurley and CGP Grey discussed their first virtual reality (VR) experience in hushed tones. They joked of sounding like drug users talking about their first high. “I feel my life is fundamentally different now,” said Grey, “I see the... Continue...