By: Zach Dawes The demand for perfect adherence to a particular faction's ideology is having a detrimental impact not only on the political processes, but also on other societal institutions, including the local church.
By: Matt Sapp The presidential race turns to a new chapter today as the Iowa caucus kicks off primary season. Here are four things pastors and laity need to do as we consider which candidates get our votes.
By: Terry Austin What personal traits and skills are important for the next president of the United States? No matter what their political party, we need someone with the qualities to identify the best approach to the issues.
By: Wade Smith Remember your excitement on the first day of college? Well, it's almost as if you're in college again. The final's 10 months away, and you have a lot of studying to do. As Christians, let's be model students.
By: Ferrell Foster As primary season draws near, Christians need to practice civility and listen with all the intelligence and wisdom we can muster through the help of the Holy Spirit as we prepare to vote.
By: Zach Dawes President Obama took positive steps to reduce gun violence without infringing on the 2nd Amendment, but the tone of his speech is not likely to aid the emergence of bipartisan legislation in Congress.
By: John Weaver At the United Nations climate talks in Paris, all delegates accepted that the situation the world faces is urgent, but will the accord they reached be another unfulfilled political promise?