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What Does It Mean to Be a Hero? Who Are Our Heroes?

According to the dictionary, heroism comes down to courage, achievement, and morality-noble qualities, at least in theory. Heroes are those who achieved great things, risked much, and exuded enormous virtue. From a Christian perspective, we have to lean into the most important qualities, especially the biblical virtue of self-sacrificial love....

March 30, 2020

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Save Lives First, Repair the Economy Second: A Matter of Christian Priorities


Enormous questions emerge in the wake of the COVID-19 virus. Some particular questions emerge unexpectedly and explode into a public conversation with significant ramifications....

March 27, 2020

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Obedience to God and Love of Neighbor in the Face of a Coronavirus: A Christian’s Mandate


Just this week, I spoke with a national reporter for a major newspaper who asked me why people, in the midst of the coronavirus crisis, are almost universally asking some of the most urgent and important questions any human being could ask. I answered that God made all humanity in his image-and as image bearers, there are certain questions we canno...

March 26, 2020

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