Talking about politics is a touchy and divisive minefield, too often characterized by arrogance, closed-mindedness, and inflexibility. Political scientist Amy Black reflects on how Christlike humility might change the game of politics.
What is the connection between the suffering of Christ's atonement and our sanctification and spiritual formation?
What is the nature and spiritual effect of sin? And how can a spiritual psychology of sin contribute to human growth and sanctification? How might we understand our signature sins: Lust, Greed, Sloth, and Fear?
Scott Gustafson tells a heartbreaking story of fire, faith, and forgiveness in Sudan.
Shakespeare called love a "many splendored thing." Ayn Rand called it a "threat to existence." How does love benefit the lover? What are the earthly benefits of Christian love, and how does that formulate a normative ethical system?