Nashville and Sodom

If the Nashville Statement's bare-bones theology is the front-line battle plan for Christianity’s defense against the onslaught of the sexual revolution, then we should prepare for the trenches to be overrun. Continue Reading »

6 Thoughts on “Voting the Christian Way”

This may be the first election in living memory in which there is no candidate whom the majority of evangelicals can get behind. I believe this provides us with the opportunity to revise the way we think about political engagement and ready ourselves for a future of similar electoral choices. Continue Reading »

Puritans on the Potomac

On a late November evening in 1867, two years after the end of the American Civil War, Celestia Ferris, chief washer-woman at the Bureau of Engraving, organized a prayer meeting not far from the U. S. Capitol. She was joined by a circle of earnest Christians, mostly of the Baptist persuasion, who . . . . Continue Reading »

Evangelicals are Stopping Trump

There continues to be an eager media narrative that evangelicals are at the heart of the Trump movement, and the high profile support of notable evangelicals like Ben Carson, and Jerry Falwell Jr. only contribute to this perspective. In response, there has been significant pushback to this . . . . Continue Reading »