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Was the American Revolution a Just War?

John Trumbull’s ‘Death of General Warren at Bunker Hill’. Was the American Revolution a just war? As we celebrate our … Continued

‘The Bible’ returns to television

A scene from History’s “The Bible.” (Joe Alblas — A+E Networks) The Bible, at least on national television, comes in … Continued

World Alzheimer’s Day: The healing depths of togetherness

Caring for an Alzheimer’s sufferer may sometimes seem like being next to someone who is a world apart. Perhaps David … Continued

The word “God” not a political wedge, Rep. Ryan

Mary Altaffer AP Republican vice presidential candidate, Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., speaks during a campaign event at Kirkwood Community College … Continued

Health care’s messy morality: What’s next for Christians as the Affordable Care Act survives?

Melina Mara The Washington Post Healthcare activists gather in front of the Supreme Court as the decision is announced. Although … Continued

Warren Buffett’s ‘nuclear bomb’

Class warfare? Yes, it’s real, and it’s a war.  Indeed, it is an ‘unjust war,’ and immoral. It is not … Continued

A Christian response to a horror in our midst

As I pondered the enormity of the human trafficking problem I had just discovered, I was overwhelmed. I had heard … Continued

Trivializing violence

After Saturday’s tragic shooting in Tucson, some have pointed the finger at inflammatory political rhetoric. Many singled out Sarah Palin’s … Continued

Tax breaks for the wealthy violate the law and the prophets

A deal President Obama struck with Republican leaders last week will extend tax cuts across the board including, controversially, to … Continued

‘Naughty and Nice’ retailers? Check it twice

By David Waters Just in time for Black Friday, the second holiest Friday on the Christian calendar, Liberty Counsel has … Continued

Hooray for Holywood

By David Waters Seven of the 10 movies that received “Best Picture” Academy Award nominations Tuesday, including front-runner “Avatar,” were … Continued

Christian Right’s misreading of MLK

ByValerie Elverton Dixon founder In November 2009, a group of clergy released the Manhattan Declaration, a document outlining, among … Continued

Ads can’t change real meaning of Christmas

Q: What do you think of the American Humanist Association’s new “Godless Holiday” campaign? The ads will say: “No God? … Continued

The Manhattan Declaration

By Timothy Georgefounding dean, Beeson Divinity School Orthodox, Catholic, and Evangelical leaders have come together to reaffirm fundamental truths about … Continued

Twilight’s Flawed Faith

Guest blogger John Mark Reynolds is a professor of philosophy at Biola University, the author of the new book “When … Continued

No Nukes: Reality Meets Morality

When President Obama spoke in Prague this spring calling for the eventual elimination of nuclear weapons, critics said he was … Continued

Michael Vick’s Redemption, and Ours

By Michael Brunerreligion professor, Azusa Pacific University The improbable journey on the road to redemption for Michael Vick, from NFL … Continued

Respecting Freedom of — and from — Religion

New Hampshire became the sixth state to let gay couples wed. The new law was approved after revisions exempted members … Continued

God’s Economics

God may or may not have a “politics,” but the bible certainly presents God as having an economics. Throughout the … Continued

Evangelicals Redefining: It’s About Time

I am an Evangelical and am also a recent signer of the Evangelical Manifesto. Recently, as a member of the … Continued