John Hendrickson: Learning from Secretary Mellon and the 1920s can help us restore fiscal sanity and continue to create economic growth and opportunity for all Americans.
“There is not a square inch in the whole domain of our human existence over which Christ, who is Sovereign over all, does not cry, ‘Mine!'” – Abraham Kuyper
Kelvey Vander Hart: Isaiah 59 affirms that we are not living in unique times.
Collin Brendemuehl: We’ve forgotten the core principle of maturity in the New Testament church. It’s really simple: To be found faithful.
Kelvey Vander Hart: On June 10th, 1964, members of the Democratic Party ended their filibuster of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. They would like us to forget.
Victoria Sinclair: We should all consider the power social media giants like Facebook have over our lives and the very content that we as a society discuss.
Shane Vander Hart: Far too many Christians while not physically murdering their brothers and sisters are guilty of doing so in their hearts and minds.
Shane Vander Hart: Southern Baptists need to cooperatively, concisely affirm what is vital for churches to remain in cooperation with one another.
Shane Vander Hart: Biblical narratives serve as a warning, but also an encouragement as we are reminded of God’s faithfulness for those who follow Him.
Collin Brendemuehl: There is no proper virtue outside a duty that provides scope; there is no proper duty without a virtue that gives it purpose.
Kelvey Vander Hart: The next time somebody says you’re a phobic when it comes to a certain issue, whip out the actual definition of phobia and start the needed conversation.
Jesus in Matthew 6:19-34 calls his followers to an unswerving loyalty to those values, trusting God in a wholehearted way that is free from compromise.
Shane Vander Hart: Michael Green attributed the early church’s growth partly to the church’s ability to engage in persuasive apologetics and outthink her critics.
Shane Vander Hart: J.P. Moreland in his book Kingdom Triangle explains five shifts in the way our culture thinks that as Christians we need to understand.
Brian Myers: The formal and intentional lack of religious identity as a nation that troubled many Christians even when a Christian consensus was still very much present.
Brian Myers: Could there not be a formal establishment of religion in the land with the institution of the church as a separate entity?