Just War Theory sets high standards for a legitimate entrance into war. Since those criteria are almost never met, it’s time to accept that conflicts must be resolved through nonviolent means. We must consider Just Peace instead.
As Christians, our ultimate loyalty is not to any single government, but that does not mean we should not seek the welfare of the nation in which we find ourselves. To do that, we must exercise Christian practical wisdom. Here’s how.
It’s a few hours after the announcement about Breonna Taylor in Louisville. No officer was indicted for the six bullets that went through Breonna Taylor’s body. When will Black women’s lives really matter?
Should Christians care if democracy survives? While there’s no biblical, historical or theological case that Christians have a stake in democracy, democracy is not necessarily antithetical to Christian convictions.
Advent is a season of waiting and preparation before the birth of Jesus, a time to prepare our hearts and our homes for the arrival of the baby Jesus. Here are a few practices you can do with your family to create holy moments.
No matter who wins, a lot of people are going to be disappointed with the Nov. 3 election results. We believe voting on issues resolves tension. It does not. We can only resolve these issues by seeing one another as connected.
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David and Colleen Burroughs, who founded Passport Camps in 1993, providing mission opportunities for thousands of children and teenagers, are the recipients of this year’s Judson-Rice Award.
A series of three Good Faith Forums in October will engage in conversations about faith and politics. The first will be held at 1 pm EDT (noon CDT) Thursday, Oct. 8, focusing on how God is not a Republican or a Democrat.
Americans stand between two crosses. If they bow to one, they must by necessity turn their back on the other. One cross stands for redemption and calls us to submission. The other stands for conquest. To which one do you bow?
While many people are leaving behind evangelicalism, others are leaving Christianity altogether. Is Christianity killing itself in an attempt to ‘save’ the world? For Christianity to survive, the church must succumb again to death.
News that women at an immigration detention center in Georgia were receiving hysterectomies without consent should rock us to our core. These allegations should cause all of us to question the safety of our health care system.
RBG was known for her civility yet she still wrote dissenting opinions on the Supreme Court. How can both dissenting opinions and civil behavior live within the same person? It used to happen all the time in US politics.
An additional 1.5 million children have entered a state of multi-dimensional, or more than one measure of, poverty due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a report found. Without further intervention, this number is expected to increase.
Like a snake shedding its skin, we may wish we could grow younger or change into different people. More often, our growth opportunities come more gradually. Whatever the timeline, we have to give up the old to move on to the new.