U.S. president Donald Trump began the New Year in his signature style with another controversial display of twitter diplomacy. Naturally, the tweet, directed at the despot Kim Jong-Un drew the anticipated ire of liberals and progressives.
I began to see that the amount of melatonin in my skin might have more to do with my experience as an American than I’d realized.
It’s a good time for Christians to rethink politics. We must recognize that politics is not the ultimate answer for humanity and that seeking the Kingdom of God is. We must seriously consider prayer and thoughtful Christian engagement as ways of being in the world but not of it.
The Problem with Voting for Christian Issues I used to think that staying true to my Christian faith and being involved in the political process was a simple thing to do. All I had to do was tally up all of the issues I cared about most – issues I […]
I have spent a lot of time over the past few months lamenting over what has happened in Ferguson, Missouri. I’ve read news coverage, testimony transcripts, public opinion pieces, and responses from black leaders. And I have watched in horror the video of Eric Garner as he was strangled by […]
An anti-homosexuality bill was signed into law in February by Ugandan president Yoweri Museveni, but has since been invalidated by a Ugandan court because the bill was signed during a parliamentary session that lacked a quorum. The controversial bill, first introduced in 2009, includes punishing first-time offenders with 14 years […]