Fear, hate, and grievances animate the new Republican Party.
What began as a reluctant willingness to defend the former president soon became an ingrained habit.
Cassidy Hutchinson’s testimony was damning. If anyone was surprised, they shouldn’t have been.
The sheer scale of Donald Trump’s depravity is unmatched in the history of the American presidency, and the Republican Party made it possible.
Leaders of the Southern Baptist Convention reportedly chose to protect their denomination by hiding abuse—and then attempted to destroy the victims.
Caution and epistemic humility can guide our approach.
What Christianity has to offer in response to shattering events isn’t a philosophical or formulaic answer, but a wounded savior.
Ginni Thomas’s texts offer a window into a dark and conspiratorial mindset.
After everything the former attorney general has seen and heard, he says he’ll still vote for Trump.
The human virtues being displayed in a terrible human drama have changed public opinion.
His electoral defeat has pulled him into a deep, dark place. He wants to pull the rest of us into it as well.
The president is heightening the distrust in democracy that he promised to reduce.
The former president’s son told a crowd that the teachings of Jesus have “gotten us nothing.”
There was a time when someone like Alex Jones would have been too toxic to embrace.
Fifteen years after an accident almost claimed his life, the Christian author reflects on grace, forgiveness, and faith.
Christians must reclaim Jesus from his church.
In today’s Republican Party, Trump is becoming what was once unthinkable—conventional, unexceptional, even something of an establishment figure.
Why is the president so consistently wrong on major foreign-policy matters?
Political partisans are using social media to divide, dominate, disorient, and ultimately demoralize the people on the other side.
The sudden departure of Russell Moore is forcing an overdue conversation about the crises of American Christendom.