By: Greg Mamula Only love can solve our deep problem with gun violence. A love that requires us to do the work of changing our gun culture alongside our gun laws, to hold our neighbor's hands and insist on a better way.
By: Elizabeth Evans Hagan In our polarized society, it takes courage to have hard conversations with people who don't see eye to eye with us. If you want to engage these folks, you're going to need these 3 things.
By: James Gordon News is told from one perspective or another, edited and presented and shaped by the assumptions and presuppositions of those who choose and tell the narratives. We need a dose of Philippians 4:8.
By: Roger Olson The facts are irrefutable; U.S. football causes long-term and irreversible brain damage in many players. Anyone who doesn't know this simply hasn't been paying attention. It's time we do something.
By: Molly T. Marshall I am not a great football fan, yet I actually watched the entire Super Bowl LII recently and found the well-played game between the Eagles and the Patriots riveting - with some caveats.
By: Gordon King We limit our understanding of health to the biomedical dimension, but to achieve a full and meaningful life relies on more than physical vigor. Here are eight dimensions of health that lead to well-being.
By: Christina Embree Many Christians share internet memes designed to shame, judge or correct others. It's easy to spread these capsules of hate, but we need to shake ourselves out of the stupor of the habit of hate.
By: Lee Camp Ethics goes beyond contemplating endless dilemmas that force people to choose between mutually exclusive principles. While dilemmas do arise in life, there's a more fruitful way to live an ethical life.
By: Beth Allison Barr Men lead, women follow, the Bible says so: This is what evangelicals have believed - that the Bible dictates permanent and divinely ordained roles for men and women. But what if the Bible doesn't say so?
By: Ircel Harrison The latest Star Wars chapter, "The Last Jedi," is an entertaining visual treat that offers some spiritual reflections for Christians. Keeping the spoilers to a minimum, here are a few of them.
By: Barry Howard It's a new year, a time for clean slates and new beginnings. What are your goals for 2018? Here are 10 personal and professional goals for you to target for the new year. Check out No. 6.
By: Beth Allison Barr While Americans are becoming more comfortable with women in leadership roles and more understanding of the significant obstacles women face in the workplace, evangelicals lag behind.
By: Larry Eubanks Getting at the truth has always been a challenge, even when everyone plays by the rules and honestly seeks truth. Others practice "bold subterfuging," intentionally lying to gather more money or power for themselves.
By: Michael Helms Technology has done more to divide us than unite us. There is no substitute for knowing that someone really cares what you have to say and wants to listen to you say it, even if the person has an opposing view.
By: James Gordon In our social media culture, the loudest voices are heard, the most attention grabbing sound bites absorbed, the least complex and easiest grasped explanations seized on. Can the church bring a higher standard of discourse?
By: Robert Guffey Black History Month is an opportunity to tell the whole story of our nation's history. We all benefit by an honest telling of our past and our present made by people of all races and backgrounds.
By: Cliff Vaughn With the abundance of news about immigrants, migrants and refugees, I reflected back on January 2011 when I worked on EthicsDaily.com's "Gospel Without Borders." Here's what has stuck with me.
By: Jennifer Allmon Scripture reminds us that God expects us to protect the most vulnerable among us. Today, these vulnerable people are among us as modern-day slaves, held in bondage here in the U.S. What can your church do?
By: Tomi Grover The Super Bowl provides many advocates with a single event where heightened attention is given to human trafficking, but our understanding about working in this arena must be biblically informed by wisdom.
By: Carolyn Wynstra I was only 21 years old when I arrived in Nigeria for my first teaching assignment. I still remember the roar of the masses coming from downtown Jos when the killings and ransacking of homes began.
By: Colin Harris For Martin Luther King Jr., the heroes of the civil rights movement were the unnamed thousands who endured taunts and threats as they called us to live out our creed. This holiday is a tribute to them too.
By: Ircel Harrison Most creative works deal with issues of meaning and existence. To engage our culture, Christians must interpret these works on a deeper level and dialogue with creators and consumers of art in all its forms.