Here's an excerpt of an article I wrote for the Biblical Recorder ahead of the inauguration of President Biden. --- As the nation waits for Joe Biden to take the oath of office on Jan. 20, the issue of life is on the minds of many Southern Baptists. Defending the sanctity of every human life… Continue reading What the Biden presidency means for the pro-life movement
Maybe we need another abnormal Christmas
The Lord who is sovereign over history has all of us here in this moment. And even in the midst of what has been, for so many us, a truly awful year, I think there is something important we can see a little bit better from where we are right now.
7 great things from a really hard year
So as a thought experiment, I asked myself what things I would highlight from 2020. I know what you must be thinking. Yes, in so many ways it has been an awful year. I trust that the reasons we’re ready to move into 2021 are obvious enough. But before we do, here are just a few things—some serious, others fun—that I wanted to reflect on before we wish this year goodbye.
Why Roe must be overturned
Recently The New York Times published an article looking at the potential ramifications of an event that millions of Catholics, evangelicals, and human dignity advocates have been working toward for almost 50 years: the reversal of Roe v. Wade.
Why would Christians support religious freedom?
Religious freedom is among the most precious things in existence. At its core it is both a theological and political proposition.