- Christian Influence Is Only One Explanation for America’s ‘Special Relationship’ with IsraelBut here, as in other foreign-policy debates, Christians are well equipped to mediate between competing theories.
- Being Samaritans to Those Brutalized by BeijingThe American church must not pass by the chance to welcome and help Hong Kongers and Uighurs.español简体中文繁體中文
- When Conscience Rights Come at the Cost of Human RightsEvangelicals have done commendable work advancing religious freedom around the globe. But that work has involved some questionable moral compromises.
- The Virus Breaks the Camel’s BackSaudi Arabia and civil war ravaged Yemen. And now this.
- Christian Zionism Isn’t the Caricature of Popular ImaginationIt isn’t end-times fascination that explains the enduring bond between evangelicals and Israel.
- Pretending to be a Pentecostal Preacher Is Not a Good Way to Interrogate Suspected TerroristsA Guantanamo Bay report reminds us our desperation has led to dark places.
- Christian Nonprofits Reeling from Trump Cuts to Foreign AidWork in Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador was starting to bring change, agencies say.
- How PEPFAR Galvanized Christians in the Fight to Eradicate AIDSAnd why advocates say US commitment to the cause cannot let up now.
- Syrian Christians Brave Insecurity to Stay Behind and HelpPreemptive Love’s Jeremy Courtney says despite the Turkey deal, “This crisis shows no sign of letting up, and we can’t either.”
- Aid Cuts Threaten Central American Women and ChildrenIJM: Loving our neighbors abroad means giving them the kind of police we want for our own communities.