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?
Scholars studying rhetoric—public attempts at persuasion rooted in the political sphere—have utilized two simple rhetorical standards to judge speakers—the internal standard and the external standard. Can these standards help Christians gain clarity in how we should view Mr. Trump as a viable candidate?
Middle East reporter Jayson Casper reflects on the various responses of Arab Christians to suffering and persecution at the hands of radical Islamists.
God's love reframes our existence, but we have to be willing to entertain druken prayers to get in on it.