A striking and hope-filled look at how farmers can change the future of famine-plagued West Africa. First published in Relevant Continue reading
Jonathan Haidt argues that modern liberals lack the full range of moral instincts possessed by conservatives and traditional religious believers. Continue reading
Why bother to resolve to do better each year, to “gain victory” over sin, when our bodies seem hardwired to Continue reading
Don’t fast for a cause, but to shape your soul. First published in Christianity Today This Lent, fasting is for Continue reading
“About one-third of the human brain is devoted to vision,” writes neuroscientist David Eagleman in his bestselling book on the Continue reading
Working on The Art of Dying, I was over and over again struck by the fact that Christians used to Continue reading
More congregations than ever are hosting Ramsey’s Financial Peace University. Now he’s looking at their budgets, too. Originally published in Continue reading
Christian thinkers weigh in on whether family or friends should intervene if a terminally ill Christian decides against life-extending treatment.