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Let's Agree to Disagree

RELEVANT's publisher on the pushback he's expecting from the new issue—and why it's important for Christians to admit we don't know everything Read More

Why Black History Month Matters

Dr. Tony Evans on unity, racial reconciliation and working toward oneness in Christ. Read More

Why Immigration Reform is a Christian Cause

NHCLC President Samuel Rodriguez on why Christians should care about immigration reform. Read More

Angelina Jolie and Every Woman's Choice

What her preventative double mastectomy teaches us about courage and control. Read More

When Christians Speak of Violence in Islam

In the wake of the Boston Marathon bombings, we need to reevaluate our assumptions of Islam. Read More

The week this issue was being sent to the printer, Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times journalist Anthony Lewis passed away. He was 85.
The day after his death, NPR aired an interview with him from when he retired in 2002. In it, he talked about getting the opportunity to transition from a reporter to a columnist at the Times. Having no experience writing a column, he asked a senior colleague, well, how to do it.
“It’s simple,” he was told. “A reporter states facts. A columnist says, ‘I believe.’” Read More