This is post 2 of 2 in the series “immigration” Young Immigrants Coming to America: What’s at Stake? Toward a Sound Immigration Policy In response to a reader burdened by the current crisis at the US-Mexico border, we are reposting two articles about immigration that Darrow wrote last year. Even
This is post 1 of 2 in the series “immigration” Young Immigrants Coming to America: What’s at Stake? Toward a Sound Immigration Policy In response to a reader burdened by the current crisis at the US-Mexico border, we are reposting two articles about immigration that Darrow wrote last year.
Recently we published, “Rape in Sweden Increased 1,472% from 1975 to 2014.” The post examined the deadly mix of postmodernism, with its dismissal of objective truth, and the violent misogyny of Islamism. Sweden’s rape experience is just the worst of several European countries that have seen an alarming growth of
This is post 2 of 4 in the series “theology of suffering” Persecution of Christians Reaching Unprecedented Levels Jesus Was a Refugee, Too ISIS and Nero: Persecution of Christians Pagan Persecution of Christians: In Peter’s Day and Ours Jesus was a refugee. That’s something to think about today as the global
In an earlier post I argued that America’s “War on Poverty” has been a dismal failure. Poverty has won the war! As I suggested, lack of money is not the root of the problem. Thus more money (and more government bureaucracy) is not the solution. To understand the solution we
Recently we published a post about the crisis on the Mexico/US border. Since then I came across a very helpful article by Erick Erickson, “Moral Clarity at the Border.” Erickson is an American political commentator and blogger. Christians tend to divide into two streams of thought around this crisis. One
Recent events in Europe and the Middle East have pushed the border stories down a notch. But immigrants from Central America are still flooding into the US. Children and youth (and women) are fleeing corrupt and impoverished Central American nations. From Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador they are streaming through
How should love change the way we participate in today’s immigration debate? A big piece of the answer was posted recently at The Gospel Coalition by DNA board member, Tyler Johnson. Tyler is the lead pastor of Redemption Church, a multi-congregational church in the Phoenix metro area, and co-director of