Martin Luther King, Jr. focused on the role of love as key to building healthy communities and the ways in which love, as defined by Jesus Christ, can and should be at the center of our social interactions.
Richard Spencer, a white supremacist who wants to make the United States an ethnically European country through “peaceful ethnic cleansing,” will speak at the University of Florida in Gainesville.
Protests have continued in St. Louis following the September 15 acquittal of Jason Stockley, a White former police officer who shot and killed 24-year-old Black man, Anthony Lamar Smith, in 2011.
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.
Baseball legend Hank Aaron came to the defense of Colin Kaepernick, saying the unsigned quarterback is "getting a raw deal."
Caleb Fitzpatrick, a junior and Liberty University's Student Government Association Speaker of the House, offers condolences to Charlottesville and condemns white supremacy in a letter.
The Unite the Right protest in Charlottesville, Virginia, was anticipated as the largest recent gathering of hate groups in the U.S. Here is what some Christians have said about the deadly hate rally.