By: Simon Jones In an age when fake news overwhelms us and when few Christians are able to connect their faith to economics and politics, we must be guided by the truth of Scripture to shape the way we live.
By: Wesley Allen In the wake of a gunman's attack on congressional Republicans, it's time we wake up to the danger of our rhetoric. It doesn't matter what ideals you claim to possess if your rhetoric leads into the hell of civil warfare.
By: Dawn Hood-Patterson The animosity of 2016's political campaigns and election led to a point where I had to cut ties from social media for six months. Here are three tactics I learned to help me engage the news more effectively.
By: Colin Harris We're all aware of the "fake news" phenomenon, but a broader look at our society reveals a range of distortion that's been detrimental to our common life much longer than our current fake-news problem.