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No racial progress without virtue

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Race Issues | One of the distinctive elements of the black church–led civil rights movement was its capacity to appeal to America’s Judeo-Christian consciousness to…

Police lives matter

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Police | Last weekend, the same weekend that hundreds gathered in New York City to protest against the police, The House of Hope—a large, predominantly…

Combating college student burnout

Combating college student burnout

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Higher Education | American society has managed to fail an entire generation of students by micromanaging their lives and not letting them experience failure. The result is that…

The real gun control issue

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Crime | After watching the Democratic presidential candidates debate gun control Tuesday night, one has to wonder if they understand why criminals commit crimes. “I…

Poor whites need Jesus and justice too

Poor whites need Jesus and justice too

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Religion | Evangelicals tend to focus on urban minorities instead of the largest percentage of Americans living under the poverty line

Anthony Bradley vs. evangelical tribalism

Anthony Bradley vs. evangelical tribalism

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Religion | Have you made your political ideology your hermeneutic, cherry-picked Bible verses, and created an enemies list of those who don’t see it your way?

The ‘new legalism’

The ‘new legalism’

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Religion | How the push to be ‘radical’ and ‘missional’ discourages ordinary people in ordinary places from doing ordinary things to the glory of God

The end of tackle football?

The end of tackle football?

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Sports | I have friends with sons under 7-years-old who have decided their boys will never play organized tackle football. For them, the risk of long-term brain damage…

Waning evangelical influence

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Religion | By most accounts, evangelicalism began with the influence of the Great Awakenings of the 18th century, which provided a set of social norms and values that…

Hip-hop with a conscience

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Music | One of the things I learned from Francis Schaeffer was to celebrate truth and virtue wherever it is found. With so much of commercial hip-hop music promoting…

Tweeting for better grades

Tweeting for better grades

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Education | In a new study, “Twitteracy: Tweeting as a New Literary Practice,” co-author Christine Greenhow, a Michigan State professor, reports that students…

Raising super-Christians

Raising super-Christians

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Parenting | After teaching college for a few years I’ve realized two things: (1) how young adults sincerely want to make their parents proud, and (2) how parents…

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