Money: An Instrument for Blessing, Not an Indicator of It
John Onwuchekwa, 9Marks Blog

I was in college. I was a young Christian. And I remember walking past my pastor’s luxury car into the church office one day, and was greeted by a sign on the door that read, “We are no longer accepting requests for benevolence due to budgetary constraints.”

What If Fetuses Do Feel Pain?
John C. Eastman, The Federalist

Today, the United States is one of only four nations in the world that allows for abortion on demand at any time during pregnancy. We’re in the company of those great paragons of moral virtue and human rights, North Korea and China.

Evangelicals’ Favorite Same-Sex Marriage Law?
Sarah Eekhoff Zylstra, Christianity Today

Oklahoma follows Utah as latest example of why more church-state experts advise: If you can’t beat them, amend them.

To Combat Inequality, We Need Solidarity
David Lapp, Family Studies

What can a typical person do about poverty and inequality? Striving for solidarity is one starting point.