By: John Weaver The arguments opposing fracking are many and various, while the objective voice of scientific research struggles most to be heard. So what's a reasonable and balanced Christian response?
By: Thomas Kidd Southern Baptists rescinded presidential hopeful Ben Carson's invitation to speak at their annual Pastors' Conference. Evangelicals need to stop platforming political candidates at denominational functions.
By: Larry Eubanks Civil conversations are increasingly difficult because topics are placed on a left-right political and theological continuum. When that occurs, we no longer engage in conversation. We only seek to win.
By: Phil Jump We expect our elected officials not only to demonstrate their own integrity, but also to oversee and regulate society in a way that sustains and promotes truth and honesty. Do they deliver?
Christiana Z. Peppard (The Martin Marty Center: Sightings)
By: Christiana Z. Peppard (The Martin Marty Center: Sightings) We often take clean, fresh water for granted in the U.S., but billions of people around the globe lack potable water. For corporations and governments, water is also a source of wealth and power.
By: Arthur Brown Rather than labeling young recruits of ISIS as crazy or evil, we should try to understand the conditions that made them willing to join. How can peace-loving churches and mosques work together to respond?
By: Arthur Brown Young people are joining ISIS in ever increasing numbers and greater diversity. While some educated youth are keen to join, many others face lives of emptiness and violence, leaving them with not much to lose.