Christian support for the Iraq war raises the critical question: To whom do we belong?
It is time to work for common ground between evangelicals and progressives.
World Vision shines a spotlight on the moral imperative for change.
The war in Iraq should never have been fought, cannot be won, and must now be ended.
The presidential forum clearly showed that faith is alive and well on both sides of the political aisle.
An eyewitness to massacre and genocide finds shame, hope, and possibility for a moral world.
I watched much of the cable television coverage of Jerry Falwell's death and legacy.
This war is morally wrong, and it was from the very start.
Rich Cizik is part of a broad and growing evangelical consensus on global warming.
Scripture suggests a clear role for government in ensuring the common good.
Some years ago on a trip to the U.K., I walked through the historic Holy Trinity Church on Clapham Common in South London.
My dad was always one to deflect attention from himself and give the glory to God.
The results are good news for those alienated by the political extremes of right and left hungry for a new
Political manipulation of religion only compounded the crime of political neglect of the poor.
George Bush's sense of religion makes him alarmingly self-righteous.
Sojourners and Call to Renewal have joined forces to create a new and much stronger organization.
'Nation shall not lift up sword against nation, neither shall they learn war anymore.' - Isaiah 2:4
For those who run our foreign policy, diplomacy has become a 'weak' word.