By: Zach Dawes Folks on both sides of the aisle agree that our criminal justice system is broken and are finding significant agreement on how to correct the numerous failings. Here are three ways churches can help.
By: Jon Kuhrt As austerity measures kick in, clashes between the British government and churches will increase. Government wants Christians to pull drowning people out of the river. It doesn't want them to ask who's pushing them in.
By: Martin Accad Lebanon hasn't had its Arab Spring, but protests sparked by the government's inability to collect trash may be the tipping point. This is a crucial moment in Lebanon's history for people of faith.
By: Mark Woods As the policies of Western democracies have contributed to ruin and unintended consequences in foreign nations, it's a reminder that good intentions don't always result in good outcomes.
By: Zach Dawes Immediate steps are vital to address the mass movement of people, most of them refugees, across Europe. However, without addressing the crisis' underlying causes, the refugee population will continue to expand.
By: Nick Lear Britain will accept 20,000 refugees fleeing the Syrian crisis. Sounds good, but the Botox of spin is freezing the truth. They'll be accepted over five years, not now. And after five years, many will be deported.