Shame is the terrible sense that one is somehow unworthy of "ehad". Perhaps understanding the link between shame and racism will help us to be less myopic about its instances see just how serious even micro-expressions of this stuff can...
The debate over DACA is boiling in Washington and has even led to a government shutdown. How does Kingdom politics inform the Christian position on DACA and the Dreamers?
The outcome of the special election for Alabama's Senate seat has ramifications for Evangelicals. Here are five thoughts along those lines.
Conservatives and what we now call progressives have moralities that mutually exclude each other.
The Democratic National Committee has just elected their first Latino chairman. What does this mean for the future of Latinos?
Neo-Evangelicalism was originally intended to combat religious liberalism. In doing so, she might now be overly characterized by fear.
Ekemini Uwan approaches next week's election through the lens of the Reformed doctrines of common grace and co-belligerence in order to lead us to hope.
Voting Christianly is not synonymous with voting to prevent Christian suffering.
By refusing to endorse Donald Trump, Ted Cruz proved that his principles matter more than his political ambitions.
A lot of Christians are surprised by the success of Donald Trump's campaign. But we shouldn't allow ourselves to succumb to worry.