There may be times in which public servants find themselves torn between allegiance to God and allegiance to government because of our pluralistic society. How are Christians to successfully govern in an increasingly diverse and pluralistic society?
This article considers the implications for civic pluralism and difference— of finding ourselves as one among a plurality of minorities of conviction within the same political community to which we are all bound.
Christians should support civic pluralism for compelling theological reasons but, as explained in this article, there are outcomes of civic pluralism we might inevitably regret or lament.
The debate on health care reform in the U.S. is in need of reframing: a teleological reframing that orients health care policy towards the goal of human flourishing or shalom …
The opioid crisis is a persistent problem in the U.S. This article outlines the ways that faith-based organizations are responding in order to bring healing.
Dan Carter emphasizes the importance of perseverance in the long pursuit of justice.