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Pray for Brussels

Our statement on the Belgium attacks today in Brussels ...

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John Piper, Guns, and Motives

It is a temptation within American evangelicalism to conflate cultural and political values with biblical teaching. John Piper might be right about guns and self-defense, or he might be wrong. Either way, we can learn from him how to approach our own values based on the Bible rather than only the Constitution....

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The Christian Case for Accepting Refugees

Joey Phillips writes about the current refugee status, and why he thinks we should welcome as many as practicable ...

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Pray for France. Pray for Lebanon.

Jake Phillips writes about how we shouldn't feel inadequate about posting our solidarity with France on social media. We should do the same for Lebanon. ...

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ISIS and Social Media: What Do You Think?

How should we think through the brutal executions orchestrated by ISIS, and the way that the news of such attacks spreads through social media?...

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A Tale of Two Rivers: Charlie Hedbo and the Baptism of Christ

Ryan McLaughlin writes about the Charlie Hedbo attacks and the baptism of Christ: a tale of two rivers. What can we learn, as Christians, from this devastating attack? Well, for one, as Ryan writes, we can remind ourselves of the futility of man's efforts to save himself and rid the world of evil. ...

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