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Ryan West, NAMB, outlines how a church can help its surrounding community, and in turn, share the gospel. Continue...

Over the past thirty years, increasing access to pornography has made millions of people — including an ever-growing number of men — “slaves of corruption.” This willing enslavement to pornography has affected almost every area of our society, from the... Continue...

What is the relationship between Easter and ethics? How does the crucifixion shape the Christian life? How does the resurrection reorient our moral intuitions? The answer may come from an often-overlooked part of Acts 1. When most read the beginning of... Continue...

They are born after 1980. They don’t know much about Thatcher, but they do know about Bieber. They take “selfies.” Much discussed, oft-misunderstood, they are the Millennials. A December 2013 poll of this much-fretted-over demographic offered fresh light on their political views.... Continue...

Russell D. Moore, president of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, is scheduled to appear on CBS This Morning Friday, April 18. Please check your local listings for air time. The segment will highlight Moores... Continue...

ERLCs Russell Moore to Join ABCs This Week for an Easter Discussion on Religion and Politics Continue...

“For by uttering boastful, empty words, they seduce, with fleshly desires and debauchery, people who have barely escaped from those who live in error. They promise them freedom, but they themselves are slaves of corruption, since people are enslaved to... Continue...

What are we saying when we gather to worship on Easter Sunday? We are actually saying something radical: that an itinerant rabbi who lived 2,000 years ago in a backwater town in the Middle East is actually God. But we’re saying... Continue...

Last July I boarded a bus and drove down to Austin for a pro-life rally on the steps of the Texas State Capitol. We arrived more than an hour before the scheduled start time of the rally, so I had... Continue...