Joe Carter

Joe Carter is a Senior Editor at the Acton Institute. Joe also serves as an editor at the The Gospel Coalition, a communications specialist for the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, and as an adjunct professor of journalism at Patrick Henry College. He is the editor of the NIV Lifehacks Bible and co-author of How to Argue like Jesus: Learning Persuasion from History's Greatest Communicator (Crossway).

Posts by Joe Carter

PowerLinks – 12.28.12

The Most Persecuted Religion Abraham Cooper, John Huffman, and Yitzchock Adlerstein, Wall Street Journal Christians are targeted—by independent groups or governments—in some 131 countries world-wide. How the Early Church Made Peace with Prosperity Peter Leithart, Christianity Today As the early church grew in wealth and stature, it displaced existing Roman models of caring for the poor. Continue Reading...

Was 2012 the Best Year Ever?

An article in the Christmas issue of The Spectator make a surprising and bold claim: It may not feel like it, but 2012 has been the greatest year in the history of the world. Continue Reading...

The Year in Commentary: Anthony B. Bradley

Every Wednesday we publish the Acton Commentary, a weekly article that covers topics related to Acton’s mission. As 2012 comes to a close I thought it would be worth highlighting the superb commentaries that have been produced by Acton Institute staffers over the past year. Continue Reading...

The Year in Commentary: Jordan J. Ballor

Every Wednesday we publish the Acton Commentary, a weekly article that covers topics related to Acton’s mission. As 2012 comes to a close I thought it would be worth highlighting the superb commentaries that have been produced by Acton Institute staffers over the past year. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks – 12.27.12

Charity Begins With Wealth Creation John Stossel, Reason Charity—helping people who have trouble helping themselves—is a good thing two times over. It’s good for the beneficiary and good for the donor, too. Continue Reading...

The Year in Commentary: Samuel Gregg

Every Wednesday we publish the Acton Commentary, a weekly article that covers topics related to Acton’s mission. As 2012 comes to a close I thought it would be worth highlighting the superb commentaries that have been produced by Acton Institute staffers over the past year. Continue Reading...

The Year in Commentary: Rev. Robert A. Sirico

Every Wednesday we publish the Acton Commentary, a weekly article that covers topics related to Acton’s mission. As 2012 comes to a close I thought it would be worth highlighting the superb commentaries that have been produced by Acton Institute staffers over the past year. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks – 12.26.12

12 killed in attacks on two churches in Nigeria CNN At least 12 people died in northern Nigeria when attackers raided two churches during Christmas Eve services, police said. Religious Freedom as a Christian Doctrine Rick Plasterer, Juicy Ecumenism That traditional Christian doctrine and morality curtails freedom has been a common theme in the ongoing controversy concerning religion and society in the western world. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks – 12.24.12

Charity for Our Scrooges Braxton Boren, The Gospel Coalition Dickens’s masterpiece speaks powerfully today to a nation divided along lines nearly as deep as the class divisions in Scrooge’s London. Christmas and the Scandal of Particularity Brett Bertucio, First Things The greatest sin, according to the dominant cultural mentality, appears to be this claim to particularity. Continue Reading...