Religious Liberty and Complacent Christianity
Samuel Rodriguez, Christian Post

Silence is not an option. For with conviction and compassion we understand that a posture of complacency today will result in a position of captivity tomorrow.

Melvyn Bragg on William Tyndale: his genius matched that of Shakespeare
The Telegraph

William Tyndale was burned at the stake for translating the Bible into English. He loaded our language with more phrases than any other writer before or since, says Melvyn Bragg.

A Lutheran Among Calvinists
Christopher Jackson, First Things

The Lutheran influence in Baptist circles is more pronounced than might initially be obvious.

The Christian Filmmaker and Bringing Faith to the Big Screen
Jim Graves, The Catholic World Report

Dean Wright, director of For Greater Glory, discusses being a Christian in Hollywood and his new project, Kingdom Come.