American Christians Pledge Solidarity with Persecuted Christians in Egypt, Iraq and Syria
Nina Shea, The Christian Post
On Wednesday, May 7, history is being made. On behalf of the suffering churches of Egypt, Iraq and Syria, a broad array of American Christians, with a degree of unity rarely seen since the Council of Nicaea in 325, have joined together in a “pledge of solidarity and call to action.”
Is There A Biblical Answer To Poverty?
Gracy Olmstead, The Federalist
A new book from Christian conservative thinkers examines the question.
To My Fellow Millennials: Christian Persecution is a Social Justice Issue
Chelsen Vicari, Christian Post
Among Millennials, the term “persecution” is a dirty word when applied to Christians. Society continues to paint Christians as “clamoring and crying” over nothing when we decry discrimination targeted our way.
Would Jesus Raise the Minimum Wage?
Elise Amyx, Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics
Would Jesus want Congress to raise the minimum wage? One group of religious leaders seem to think so.