Democracy should be continuously stress-tested, verified, and criticized, but passion should always accompany devotion. When democracy fails, civil society fails as well.
The Taiwan International Religious Freedom Summit very practically focused on what is possible, not chasing only what is desirable. A modest proposal can help that country to confront the constant threat posed by Communist China.
Charity is chiefly a cultural act, thus inherently educational. When its persecutors are forgotten, Tai Ji Men’s constant education to a culture of charity will remain.
The fourth training event hosted by Rushan Abbas’s organization was a great success. “Bitter Winter” was there.
Religious liberty is the first human right. It remains the public enemy #1 of the CCP.
What if a politician advocating for a Christianity-shaped worldview is not a Christian?
In yet another case of abduction for forced conversion to Islam and marriage, the police freed the girl but her future fate remains unclear.
50th Anniversary of Tolkien’s Death: A Previously Unknown Letter, C.S. Lewis, and Inter-Christian Dialogue
The great English writer died on September 2, 1973. An important testimony emerges from an unpublished letter of January 1969.
A visit to the exhibition “Bergerac and Protestantism” and a dialogue on “basic orthodoxy” as a need in our secular age.