Church leaders must evaluate how they uphold extroversion and extroverted practices at the expense of marginalizing introverted voices and spaces.
If we take seriously Jesus’ directive to go make disciples of all nations, then we should also take seriously his directive to welcome the stranger, the sick, the sojourner and the refugee.
Does the Bible place women in an inferior role to men? Is God sexist? Can I be a Christian and believe that men and women have an equal calling in ministry?
I was puzzlingly enthused, encouraged and perplexed by Dr. John Piper’s response to Lecrae’s recent interview on "Truth’s Table" about the rapper's distancing from White Evangelicalism.
Dr. Celestin Musekura, president and founder of African Leadership and Reconciliation Ministries, explains how Westerners can be effective in missions.
I’d make sure that children raised themselves and that televisions were babysitters. I’d make pornography a booming business and let marriages break beneath their chains. That’s what I would do, if I were the devil.
We can’t just represent ourselves. We constantly think about the population we identify with, and how certain views could further marginalize an already marginalized group.
NFL protests inch much closer to a vindication of the real meaning of Sunday, Christ's victory over darkness, than the apathy of those who could not see past their precious TV program.
It is past time for another sort of Protestant Reformation, one in which Christians of all colors contend together for justice and God-given dignity.
Kaepernick is no Jesus, though he claims faith in God. But he does not need to be—either Jesus or a Christian—for me to take him seriously and consider the things he has been saying and doing off the field.