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Can Science Fiction Save Science?

Can Science Fiction Save Science?

By Mark Rodgers “Reason is the natural organ of truth; but imagination is the organ of meaning. Imagination, producing new metaphors or revivifying old, is not the cause of truth, but its condition.”  C. S. Lewis Several years ago (2005 in fact) I read a short story by author and romanticist EM Forster entitled The Machine Stops, a […]

No, Wheaton College’s Accreditation Should Not Be Revoked

No, Wheaton College’s Accreditation Should Not Be Revoked

Intro by Mark Rodgers Article by David Coleman, CEO, College Board I have had the privilege of working with David Coleman for almost a year, and have been deeply impressed with his commitment to listening and learning.  As a result of a such a session at Wheaton last year, David wrote the following important essay for […]

A New Movement: International Religious Freedom For All

A New Movement: International Religious Freedom For All

By Knox Thames Religious freedom is under attack internationally. Recent studies indicate 75 percent of the global population lives in countries restricting the free and peaceful practice of religion. In this context, Christians of all denominations suffer from repression and violent persecution. But they are not alone – persons of different faiths and no faith […]

Celebrating the Life of William Wilberforce

Celebrating the Life of William Wilberforce

By Molly Connolly We join our friends at The Trinity Forum this month to celebrate the life of a man who is central to the mission of the work we do. William Wilberforce (August 24 24, 1759 – July 29, 1833) was a British politician, philanthropist and abolitionist who had an extraordinary impact on many […]

Choosing Love: A Reflection on The Giver

Choosing Love: A Reflection on The Giver

By Gary Schmidt for Examiner.com The Giver, the Newbery Award-winning novel by Lois Lowry, is absolutely one of the most important books in the field of children’s literature of the last fifty years. The original dystopic novel for young people (it turned twenty this year) The Giver raises still-timely, still-powerful questions that people of faith, young and old alike, […]

Rest in Peace, Karen

Rest in Peace, Karen

By Dr. Steve Garber Rest in peace, my friend. A good woman has come and gone, and the world is a poorer place. Last night, Karen Goodwin died, and those who know her, grieve. Not all of us leave our fingerprints on history in the way that she did-that could not be with our different […]

The Giver: In Theaters August 15th

The Giver: In Theaters August 15th

By Mark Rodgers Back in 2005, Michael Flaherty, the President and founder of Walden Media, shared with me the Newbury Award winning book, The Giver, which they were developing for film adaptation. Life, tradition, history, family and liberty are all themes explored creatively and powerfully through the book.  

Can Songs Save a Nation?

Can Songs Save a Nation?

By Mark Rodgers  I was dismayed by the recent Pew survey on increased polarization in American society, and not just in politics.  This has been a trend line a long time in coming, with converging causation from Congressional redistricting to Crossfire.  But when both sides view the other as the greatest threat to the American […]

Third Day Dreams of a World Without Extreme Poverty

Third Day Dreams of a World Without Extreme Poverty

By Rebecca Harper and Jule Eckert On Saturday, May 31, ONE teamed up with Third Day in Atlanta to celebrate ONE’s 10th anniversary, and share the “new good news” that since 1990, extreme poverty has been cut in half. Back in 2003, ONE’s co-founder Bono called on the Christian community to lead the fight against HIV/AIDS […]

The Growing Case for Compassionate Eating

The Growing Case for Compassionate Eating

By Molly Connolly In 2008 The Humane Society of the United States produced Eating Mercifully, a documentary highlighting the importance for people of faith to think critically about the way our food is produced and the ways we are implicated as Christians. Since that time we have seen a steady increase in the Church’s engagement […]