Photo by Sharon McCutcheon on Unsplash For the past few months, American Christian commentators have watched the Equality Act (Amendment HR5) make its way through Congress. The Act presents a serious challenge to religious freedom and directly affects the rights of Christians and other religious worshippers to express beliefs that may be contradictory to the cultural zeitgeist and … Read More

Russell Moore, President of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, has been quoted widely for his description of the two kinds of churches that will not be able to reach the refugees of our increasingly secularizing and sexualized culture: “The first is the church that is so scared of people that we … Read More

In our monthly podcast, Anglican perspective, Canon Mark Eldredge and I explore what I believe are the competing values underlying the controversies surrounding the ACNA Bishops’ Pastoral Statement on Sexuality and Identity.  These competing values are biblical faithfulness on the one hand and restating the Gospel in fresh ways to reach those who do not yet follow or … Read More