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 »