The relationship between faith and country has always been a tenuous one, but that doesn’t change the work that Christians are called to do.
When I was in high school the most common word that I heard associated with…
We tend to think of the holy mother as a blue-hooded young woman, privileged to be chosen by God. And that she was—but she was also a pregnant unmarried woman, who, according to the culture of the day, could rightfully be stoned to death. Here’s what we miss in the Christmas story about Mary’s obedience–and what it means for us.
The election year brings out the tensions many feel between their Kingdom calling and their civic responsibility. But even on the uncertain ground between this kingdom and the next, here’s one voter’s perspective on why he’s heading to the polls.
Christians tend to get nervous when talk of interfaith dialogue comes up. But can such dialogue actually be a part of of fulfilling Christ’s command to be peacemakers?
“How can you say you love people if you are constantly trying to convert them?” This objection crops up a lot when it comes to interfaith dialogue—and often, it’s Christians who pose the question. So, what do we do with it? Is it possible to authentically love a person and still desire to see them come to Christ, or does a commitment to evangelism automatically lead us to view other people as nothing more than projects?
On August 5, Oak Creek, Wisc., was rocked after the news that Wade Michael Page,…
I remember the conversation well. I was sitting in a campus coffee shop with one…
Is there a biblical basis for interfaith dialogue? At first glance, it seems there’s not. But columnist Nick Price takes us on a journey of discovery and, along the way, highlights how and why interfaith dialogue is not only helpful to our faith but essential to our witness.
In his inaugural column, our columnist Nick Price paves the way for us to explore the tension between interfaith dialogue and evangelical conviction to share the Gospel.