From Hitler’s Wolves to Christ’s Lambs
Chad Bird, The Gospel Coalition

No doubt many condemned men throughout history have found repentance and faith when certain death looms nigh. What makes this story remarkable is that this man, along with many others hanged that day, was among the most hated men in human history, guilty of atrocities so horrific only words forged in hell could adequately describe them.

Millennials and Marriage
Rachel Lu, Public Discourse

Young Americans have come to believe that they can only achieve “good” marriages through professional success and economic prosperity.

Kermit Gosnell said his drug operation helped the poor and ‘probably lowered the crime rate’
Ben Johnson, LifeSiteNews

Kermit Gosnell has justified his violation of Pennsylvania’s abortion laws on the grounds that he was a “soldier in the war on poverty,” but he applied the same logic to the other crime he committed: Illegally prescribing prescription drugs.

Archbishop Welby sets the agenda for the Anglican future
George Conger, Anglican Ink

The Archbishop of Canterbury has laid out his vision for a reformed and renewed Anglican Communion during an address delivered last week at Wycliffe College of the University of Toronto.