By: Martin J. Hodson and Margot R. Hodson While most climate scientists agree that climate change is real and human-induced, the general public is less convinced. And powerful institutions, whose interests are threatened, are challenging the consensus.
By: Yohanna Katanacho Nearly 50 church schools in Arab towns and villages in Israel educate more than 30,000 Christian and Muslim Palestinian Israeli Arabs. Yet Israel has been imposing increasing pressure on these schools.
By: Zach Dawes To help quench the fires of division that plague our society, especially during election season, people of goodwill must model a better path: offering civil responses rooted in compassion and grace.
By: Colin Harris Instead of providing substantive deliberation on important issues, our politicians increasingly rely on blunt and shocking remarks designed to give them a poll bump. But this 'politi-tainment' undermines our process.
By: James Gordon 'Austerity' has become quite the buzzword for governments. It's useful to explain why you need to policies that maintain the affluence of the rich and powerful while cutting back on programs that help the poor.
By: Shaun King The Supreme Court's 5-4 decision to make same-sex marriage legal in all 50 states will be debated for years to come. Here are three observations to help Christians respond to our 5-4 culture.
By: Joe LaGuardia The Rohingya Muslims of Myanmar are one of the most persecuted minority groups in the world. A reported 6,000 are stranded at sea, and they're prime candidates for terrorist recruitment.