Holly Hollman provides an in-depth analysis of the Supreme Court splintered decision in the cross case.
Religious liberty for all will only be a reality when we revise any theology or ideology that renders some of our neighbors to be less than human.
Today, religious communities must lead by example to engage in civil dialogue and mediate deep differences of opinion and belief.
What is the connection between the history of racism and Christian nationalism? On this podcast, Jemar Tisby shares a historical view of white Christian nationalism in America, including how conflations of politics, race and religion in our past continue to impact conversations today. The author of The Color of Compromise: The Truth about the American Church’s Complicity in Racism, Tisby discusses how American Christianity and racism have overlapped for more than 400 years, including examples across several centuries of history. Don’t miss this important conversation to better understand our country’s origins and how we can work together to dismantle the idea of white Christian nationalism.