News: Allegations of Sexual Misconduct by Famous Chinese Evangelist Span 24 Years

New GRACE report examines student’s claim against Yuan Zhiming in wake of accusation by Chai Ling. Following her father’s suggestion in early 2013, a Christian university student contacted China Soul for Christ Foundation—a top evangeli

Christians Don't Want to Stop Serving Their LGBT Neighbors

A balanced take on the gay rights-religious freedom debate requires an understanding of complicity. America’s culture wars show little sign of letting up. In recent years the federal government’s executive and judicial branches have heate

Andy Crouch: Stop Engaging 'The Culture,' Because It Doesn't Exist

We should spend more time loving our flesh-and-blood neighbor. I have two or three social media accounts, created in moments of inspiration or boredom, that I have never actually used. The companies that provide those accounts naturally want to turn

Russia: The Other Christian Nation

A cozy relationship between church and state has lasting implications. Last Thursday, Russian president Vladimir Putin signed a new anti-terrorism law, which, among other things, restricts missionary activities in Russia significantly. As was the cas

The Church at Its Racial Turning Point

Five ways forward after the recent tragic events. The resounding dissonance left by the deaths of Philando Castile, Alton Sterling, and five police officers in Dallas represent a dark moment for America. A surge in violence against police suggests th

What Do You Preach After a Week Like This?

Reactions from 10 pastors close to the recent shootings in Dallas, Baton Rouge, and Falcon Heights. In the past week, three cities have been rocked by gun violence. Alton Sterling was fatally shot by police Tuesday in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Philando

Depression or Spiritual Warfare: What if It’s Both?

Psychologist Eric Johnson on how Christians should make sense of mental illness and demonic possession. “As a psychiatrist, I diagnose mental illness. Also, I help spot demonic possession.” That’s the headline from a Washington Post

Interview: Lamentations: A Bottle for the Tears of the World

Christopher J. H. Wright explains what one of the Bible’s most neglected books teaches about our cries of grief. We live in a world with untold amounts of pain from war, famine, and oppression. But our worship sometimes leaves little room for e

Does This New Bill Threaten California Christian Colleges' Religious Freedom?

An expert in religious liberty law explains the Golden State’s controversial SB 1146. Later this year, California governor Jerry Brown may sign legislation with numerous harmful repercussions for the Golden State’s Christian colleges. The