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Sin and repentance are out and brokenness and acceptance are in—at least in many Christian vocabularies. We are certainly broken in our sin and are in great need of acceptance by God through the atoning work of Jesus Christ. But,... Continue...

NOTE: The 2015 ERLC Leadership Summit will address "The Gospel and Racial Reconciliation" to equip Christians to apply the gospel on these issues with convictional kindness in their communities, their families, and their churches. This event will be held in Nashville... Continue...

Mike Cosper, pastor of worship & arts at Sojourn Community Church, explains why the stories told in secular TV shows and movies should matter to believers. Continue...

Monty Python has a memorable skit where a man walks into an office and informs the secretary that he would “like to have an argument.” She directs the man to an individual who has a different understanding of argument than... Continue...

A new twist in the battle by same-sex marriage advocates occurred in North Carolina this week. The United Church of Christ, three ministers in the United Church of Christ, a Lutheran pastor, two Universalist Unitarian ministers, and the openly lesbian... Continue...

The Hobby Lobby case has brought to the fore the current state of confusion regarding how contraceptives work. One of the problems is lack of clarity on the question of whether some—or any—contraceptives can cause an abortion. Why is there... Continue...

ERLCs Russell Moore Contributes to Major Focus on the Family Initiative on Marriage and Family Continue...

Well, I mean I think that one of the things that some evangelicals want to do is to say let’s just keep our children completely sheltered from everything, and then they are not going to have to face these things... Continue...