Why I Don’t Do Dueling Bible Verses

Why I Don’t Do Dueling Bible Verses

There is a popular game I no longer play: dueling Bible verses. It gets going whenever a controversial subject arises — such as homosexuality, gender equality or immigration. It has been played in the past in defense of slavery — and in opposition to interracial...
Emerging Voices | Rebuilding Deconstructed Lives

Emerging Voices | Rebuilding Deconstructed Lives

A large bulldozer demolished the bridge in front of me. “I’m just trying to get home!” I exclaimed with my face in my palms as I watched. One of the most troubling aspects of living in Waco, Texas, has been driving amid the ongoing construction of Interstate 35. It is...
Christian Ethics: The Hard Road of Doing Right

Christian Ethics: The Hard Road of Doing Right

Ethics is not a popular topic among church folks. One simple reason for this is ethics is about “right” in action. It begins with thinking, philosophizing and theologizing about what is right, but it doesn’t end there. It applies the theory by focusing on doing right...
Look Back | Where Racism Resides

Look Back | Where Racism Resides

Editor’s note: “Look Back” is a series designed to highlight articles from the Good Faith Media archives that remain relevant or historically interesting. If you have an article from our archives that you’d like us to consider including in this series, please email...