Is it wrong for Christians to consider reasons to not admit Syrian refugees? Many believe it is and are denouncing Christians who believe otherwise, especially politicians. But is it’s wrong for Christian policy-makers to consider the security risks refugees might pose and balance those with Scripture’s admonition to be welcoming?
Category: Christian Worldview
Twenty-seven governors, including several who identify as Christians, are refusing Syrian refugees. Similarly, all the main GOP presidential candidates are urging the federal government to
Every so often, I report a story that haunts me for months, or even years, afterwards. This is one of those stories. In 2011, I
Americans tend to think of slavery as something that was abolished 150 years ago, but it’s alive and well today. Today, an estimated 20-30 million people are being sold and enslaved worldwide — some of them right under our noses. It’s a horrific reality. And, this Saturday on Up for Debate, I’ll discuss how to fight human trafficking with anti-trafficking crusaders. In the meantime, please read and share these facts and allow the magnitude of this problem sink in.
One of my favorite TV scenes from childhood is when the Whos in Whoville gather on Christmas morning to sing, despite the Grinch allegedly stealing
We certainly hear plenty today about what’s wrong in the Evangelical Community: Millenials are deserting the church; giving is down; pastors like Mark Driscoll are