African Christian leaders are watching the PEPFAR stalemate in Congress with “fear of the future.”
As India debates a name change, Christians are concerned that the shift to “Bharat” could negatively affect religious minorities.
With Scripture’s call to boast in weakness, Chinese Christians may want to rethink the cultural expectation that they suffer without complaint—which they refer to as “eating bitterness.”
Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s final works in prison were poems, a novel, and a play. Was he right to focus on art over ethics?
Rosaria Butterfield bashes America’s shifting cultural norms on sex and gender in her latest book.