Streaming the Ancient Faith
Wesley J. Smith, First Things
When I tell people I am a convert to Eastern Orthodoxy, I often get a puzzled reaction. “Eastern Orthodoxy?” some will say. “What’s that?”
Lessons from Federalist 7: All We’re Saying is Give Peace a Chance
David Corbin and Matthew Parks, The Blaze
Forget the war to end all wars: we live in an age where man’s permanent condition, in every part of life, is a state of war.
Religious Freedom Is About More Than Religion
Robert P. George and Katrino Lantos Swett
U.S. foreign policy should promote liberty of belief—and unbelief.
Five Ways Pastors Can Affirm Faith, Work, and Vocation
Art Lindsley, Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics
Today’s evangelical Church has largely failed to address the subjects of faith, work, and calling. There is a tendency to focus on issues pertaining to salvation, evangelism, or basic personal discipleship (Bible reading, prayer, fellowship, etc.) but to ignore what most people do forty, sixty, or eighty hours a week.