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12:30 pm
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2:00 pm
Lisa Anderson
2:30 pm
Al Pitman
8:00 pm
Carter Conlon
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Charles Morris

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  • The Long Obedience of Racial Justice
    To bear the image of God is a declaration of dignity that challenges power. “This is not Charlottesville” was the refrain that I heard many times. Our neighbors sought to assure us of this. We had moved to Charlottesville, Virginia, just days after white supremacists’ Unite the Right Rallies shattered the town’s charm. As blatant […]
    Walter Kim
  • Hagia Sophia Converted Back to Mosque by Turkey’s President
    (UPDATED) Orthodox leaders and UNESCO object to famous former church no longer being a museum. As Christians feared and many expected, the Hagia Sophia is now—again—a mosque. The Turkish Council of State ruled today that the original 1934 decision to convert the sixth-century Byzantine basilica into a museum was illegal. When Ottoman sultan Mehmet II […]
    Jayson Casper and the Associated Press
  • Persecuted Christians Resettled in US Drop Dramatically Under Trump
    More Christian refugees were welcomed from 50 worst persecutors in 2016 than in President Trump's first three years combined, according to Open Doors and World Relief report. The United States is on track to welcome the fewest refugees since its resettlement policy was formalized in 1980, by a substantial margin. Capped at 18,000 people for […]
    Griffin Paul Jackson
  • Anglican Property Wins Don’t Put an End to Legal Disputes
    Breakaway congregations in South Carolina and Texas continue protracted fight with the Episcopal Church. Last month, a South Carolina circuit court judge ruled that 36 Anglican churches in that state don’t have to turn over their property to the Episcopal Diocese of South Carolina. It was the latest decision in the long legal struggle between […]
    Maria Baer
  • The Debate Beneath Our Debates on the Pandemic and the Protests
    Our divided responses to national challenges reflect deep divisions on what it means to be human. All interest in disease and death is only another expression of interest in life.” Novelist Thomas Mann penned these words long ago, and they continue to prove true in light of the COVID-19 pandemic and the national police protests […]
    Timothy Kleiser
  • One on One with Jerry Root on 'The Neglected C.S. Lewis'
    What readers of Lewis tend to neglect, are in fact the very books Lewis thought were his best and most important. Ed: Many are familiar with C. S. Lewis’s Narnian Chronicles and his Christian apologetics. How can you say he was neglected? Jerry: While Lewis is a well-known author, nevertheless, very few are familiar with […]
    Ed Stetzer
  • Why ‘Ditch the Deli Meat’ and Other Prohibitions Miss the Point of Pregnancy
    Childbearing is too often defined by restrictions against vice instead of invitations to virtue. When I was pregnant with my first child, I looked for books to tell me what it all meant. I wanted to know how I should understand the strange situation of having a whole other mysterious person folded up inside my […]
    Agnes R. Howard
  • Time for a New Normal
    Returning to normal after such a historic moment would be nothing short of missing one of the greatest opportunities of our lifetime. As states have begun varied and nuanced approaches to reopening businesses, parks, and more, we find ourselves asking more and more "How do we move forward?" I'm concerned about life after the pandemic, […]
    Ed Stetzer
  • ‘Mother to Son’ Amplifies the Voices of Black Mothers
    Jasmine Holmes spotlights the realities black families face. As he breathed his last obstructed breaths, George Floyd called to the mother who died before him, “Momma! Momma!” Black mothers, in our communal tradition, hear Floyd calling to us, too. George Floyd, Rayshard Brooks, Trayvon Martin, Tamir Rice, Michael Brown not only could have been our […]
    Chandra White-Cummings
  • What the Ministerial Exception Will Mean for Religious Employers
    For Christians who despaired over recent Supreme Court rulings, the Our Lady of Guadalupe decision has a lot to offer. The Supreme Court defended religious liberty on Wednesday, bolstering and broadening the so-called “ministerial exception.” In a 7-2 decision, the court ruled that the Constitution protects the freedom of religious organizations to hire and fire […]
    John Melcon

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