Currently, Christian fiction limits its boundaries to the traditional tropes: historical, romance, speculative and Amish. Long overdue are the contributions of a well of writers who are overlooked under the Christian fiction umbrella.
Police killings of unarmed African-American men have been highly publicized and heavily debated as a horrific social problem in recent years. Michael A. Robinson writes that this social ill can be traced back to the start of the slave…
A coalition of Christian leaders release a declaration demanding White Christians and Black church leaders act on their spiritual and social obligations to fight racism in the wake of violent white supremacist rallies in Charlottesville.
How insurance companies use a Florida law to get undocumented immigrants arrested and deported when they get injured on the job — and what it means in Trump’s America.
Since it began in Boston in 2000, Year Up has trained and placed nearly 17,500 young people in professional internships in 21 cities.
What is the meaning of the 2,500-year old Hebrew psalm for oppressed groups?
As the Senate prepares to modify its version of the health care bill, now is a good time to back up and examine why we as a nation are so divided about providing health care, especially to the poor.
In a letter from prison, Genene Jones appeared to acknowledge her guilt and asked Texas nursing regulators to forgive her for a crime she committed when she was not “of sound mind.”
“Human trafficking” brings to mind sex slavery and extreme human rights abuses. But an equally pernicious, lesser-known form of slavery persists in the U.S. and elsewhere.
The Loving v. Virginia case ended the last of the country’s state laws banning interracial marriage, described in oral arguments as "the most odious of the segregation laws and the slavery laws."