We face an important question today: to what extent do racialized, binary ways of perceiving one another linger because of our history and to what extent are we actually reinforcing them under the banner of “antiracism?”
A mathematician’s father was told to hate his enemies. He hired them instead. Here’s why.
The author of Psalm 9 highlights three attributes of God’s character–his faithfulness, permanence, and omnipresence–that we can still thank him for today over 3,000 years later.