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Category: Public Square

  • Economics 101
  • Public Square

Spend a few minutes on social media or watching certain news channels these days, and it won’t be long before…

  • Public Square
What is a Quarter-Life Crisis?

By: Jacqueline Isaacs

5 minute read

Once I was having dinner with a group of Christian college students in Washington, D.C. who were studying and interning…

  • At Work
  • Public Square

We continue to hear about the rise of “religiously unaffiliated agnostics and atheists” from sources like Pew Research. Polls also…

  • Public Square

Religious and civil authority were once unified—pagan gods and political rulers were one, church and state were indistinguishable, and the…

  • Public Square

Knowing history always provides a wider perspective. In particular, I’ve noticed that the state of religious freedom in the United…

  • Public Square

Following the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2015 decision requiring government recognition of same-sex marriage, religious believers in wedding-related industries like bakers,…

  • Public Square
The Pursuit of Religious Liberty In Colonial America

By: Dr. Daniel Dreisbach

5 minute read

Since the first permanent settlements were established in British North America, religion has been integral to the identity and mission…

  • Public Square

Tuskegee, Alabama. February 4, 1913. Leona and James McCauley welcome their first child into the world, a girl they name…

  • Public Square
  • Theology 101

On a previous Martin Luther King Jr. day, I was made aware of one of Dr. King’s sermons called “The…

  • Public Square

Theologian R. C. Sproul once said, “God doesn’t roll dice.” Nothing ever happens by chance. Scripture makes this clear. Consider Ruth…

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