Resources on Culture

Mika Edmondson discusses how the diversity of the Kingdom should motivate us to pursue a diverse church.  Continue...

In 2016, as in every presidential election year, there was no shortage of writing and descriptions of evangelicalism—from exit polls about the infamous 81% of white evangelicals who voted for then candidate Donald Trump, to those who were choosing to... Continue...

The world of relationships has been dramatically altered by social media, dating apps, and online dating sites. Furthermore, the sexual revolution clashes with a biblical understanding of sexuality and the meaning of relationships. Ben Stuart speaks at the ERLC National... Continue...

The term GOAT—“Greatest of All Time”—is commonly used today, especially in the context of social media. We love to argue over who is the greatest of all time in every field. It occurs most often in sports contexts, especially in... Continue...

Jamie Ivey shares how Christians can be engaging on social media without promoting themselves.  Continue...

In today’s society, children will grow up with far more access to technology than previous generations. Each piece of art that they will come in contact with tells a certain story. With this in mind, how can parents use the... Continue...

Jeff Pickering, Chelsea Patterson Sobolik, Steven Harris, and Travis Wussow wrap up 2019 with highlights from our advocacy work and end of year recommendations.  Capitol Conversations will be off the air for the next two weeks for Christmas and back... Continue...

One of the most noticeable effects of Kanye West’s highly publicized conversion to Christianity has been his newfound dedication to his family. This has been observable in a number of ways: In his new Jesus Is King album, songs are... Continue...

A brief look at the the things that are popular in our culture—movies, songs, TV shows, fashion—reveals that we are obsessed with sex. But our culture’s understanding of sex is upside down from what the Bible teaches. At the ERLC’s... Continue...

Many Christians look at the world through disillusioned eyes and fear the way culture is changing, but a Christian worldview gives us courage to live in the world, and to advance the kingdom by engaging, not retreating from, the world.... Continue...