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Hope for the children of Honduras

Editor’s note: This is the third installment in A More Welcoming Way, a series of TC articles on the immigration experience, attempts at reform and the church’s role in the process. We are Christians; we are people of hope. We rely on hope to live boldly for God and we…  [more]

Is climate engineering good creation care?

You may spend much of your days in a climate-controlled environment where the touch of a button or the turn of a dial will adjust the temperature. Could you imagine having such a thermostat for Earth’s climate? The planet is getting too warm, so let’s just dial back the temperature.…  [more]

Why Christians are called to immigration reform

Editor’s note: This is the first installment in A More Welcoming Way, a series of TC articles on the immigration experience, attempts at reform and the church’s role in the process. The reform of immigration policy should be of vital concern to every Christian who is a United States citizen.…  [more]

The problem with Obama’s Crusades comment

Last week, President Barack Obama’s National Prayer Breakfast remarks about religious violence were not well-received. Noting the relationship between violence and religion in various times and places, he referenced Christianity’s connection with the Crusades, the Inquisition and American slavery and segregation. It’s true that Christians and the church have been…  [more]

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