By: Jerrod H. Hugenot Recalling significant Baptists from our 20th-century heritage helps us as we face similar struggles to articulate and live out the gospel in the 21st century. Walter Rauschenbusch is one such Baptist.
By: Jerrod Hugenot Abyssinian Baptist Church is among the great congregations to rise up and minister to the urban multitudes in the history of New York City churches. One of its most visionary pastors was Adam Clayton Powell Sr.
By: Jerrod Hugenot Catholics and Baptists have both had varying levels of embrace for connecting faith and social justice. It's ultimately gratifying to see people of faith share abundance where scarcity might reign.
By: Zach Dawes Many Christians have a fervent desire for social justice but may be unrealistic about how fast change can happen. Two social ethicists from the last century can help you find the right balance.
Deeply held religious motivations have driven the United States' foreign interventions, growing out of a desire to re-invent the world in the image of the American dream of democracy, capitalism and Christianity.
Is the gospel purely personal, having only to do with individual salvation and life after death? Or is there a social component to the gospel? Does Jesus' message say anything about economics and politics?