Resources in News and Culture

The news continues to feature stories related to abuse. Surveying headlines just since the New Year tells of Catholic bishops praying over the sex abuse scandal, a college announcing a plan to fight sexual misconduct, the Catholic Church using bankruptcy... Continue...

For the past few weeks, the federal government has been under a partial shutdown after the Senate failed to pass a spending bill that includes border wall funding. President Trump has said he will not sign any additional funding that... Continue...

While 2018 has been a year of controversies, division, and tragedies, there were also a number of positive developments that have occurred. Here are 10 you might not have heard about: 1. Persecuted American pastor released from jail in Turkey... Continue...

Volume 4, Issue 2 - Russell Moore writes about the purifying power of Judgement Day, and Beth Moore discusses the necessity of accountability. John Perkins, the civil rights hero, calls for bold believers. Jared Wilson talks about what to do... Continue...

"My house is too quiet," Beth Strong says. "I struggle to make ends meet. Every weekend, I travel several hours each way to see my husband during visitation hours. My adult children and grandchildren are celebrating birthdays and other milestones... Continue...

The love of God and neighbor is at the foundation of all of the ERLC’s work because this love is the greatest commandment in the kingdom of Christ. This love compels ERLC’s public policy advocacy in Washington, including efforts to... Continue...

Every year we get to share incredible content, including videos, articles, and podcasts, from top-notch contributors who help you, our readers, think biblically about the most pressing issues of our day. It’s interesting to look over the subjects we’ve covered... Continue...

This Christmas season is full of long to-do lists, activities, shopping, spending time with family and friends, and giving gifts. Technology and gadgets are often at the top of wish lists for both the young and old. I grew up... Continue...

Every year, we have the privilege of working at the ERLC to advance the gospel in the outworkings of our society. Whether we look at ethical, cultural, or moral issues, we know that the Bible has something good to say... Continue...

"I got to see him while he was in jail, but I never saw him once when he went to prison," Josh Rakestraw remembers of his father, David. Shackled by addiction, David knew his life was out of control. He... Continue...