Biblical Illiteracy in US at Crisis Point, Says Bible Expert
Lillian Kwon, Christian Post
For the past 15 years that Kenneth Berding has been teaching the New Testament, he admits that his students have always had little knowledge about the Bible. But today, he says, biblical illiteracy has reached a crisis point.
The War on Christians
Paul Marshall, The Weekly Standard
From Africa, to Asia, to the Middle East, they’re the world’s most persecuted religious group.
For Poorer Workers, the Recession Is Nowhere Near Over
Filip Jolevski and James Sherk, The Daily Signal
A study released by The Heritage Foundation Thursday shows how weak the recovery has been for workers in the bottom fifth of the wage distribution.
Unconventional Ways to Fight Poverty
Elise Amyx, Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics
Should you sponsor a child? Donate your old clothes? Get involved with activism? Or go on a church service trip? With all of the options to get involved in the fight against poverty, sometimes it’s hard to know what’s best to do, let alone know whether or not what you’re doing is actually helping.