I don’t hate Donald Trump but I do pity him.
The leading evangelical publication asks pointed questions of Trump’s evangelical supporters.
I’ve come to realize that there’s nothing about Trump that I don’t find offensive on a moral or spiritual level.
Republicans may disagree with Trump in private, but they’ll never do so publicly.
It’s sad and frustrating that people might reject the Church because of Trump, but I get it.
It’s beyond disheartening to see so many Christians and Republicans rally around this man.
Warren’s proposal to break up Amazon, Google, et al., may sound nice, but would it really fix anything?
As an elected official, Sasse often says great things. But what about his actions?
The more Christians resemble the ruling party, the less they’ll resemble like Christ.
Once again, the moral failure at the heart of American Christianity is exposed for all to see.
Focusing on his “mispronunciation” (again) overlooks a host of much more valid reasons.
Pop culture nerdery won’t save the union but it could help us understand each other a little better.
Christians must seriously consider what, exactly, informs and shapes our primary identity. (Hint: It’s not Republican politics.)
The logo’s brief existence was long enough to spark an outpouring of derision for its… prurient connotations.