Millennial Christians are developing views of Israel that are distinct from their parents’ pro-Israel perspective. Here’s why.
I learned three lessons while fasting and praying for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict: lament, repent, and reorient.
I have good reasons not to pray for Israel/Palestine. But I don’t have any excuse.
During the First World War, overwhelmingly Christian nations claimed ten million lives in the name of God.
Reporter David Gibson offers initial ideas on how President Obama’s meeting with Pope Francis could play out.
Since the downfall of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, Salafism has been struggling to maintain its image as a sacred ideology.
Arab Christian leaders in Syria believe any military intervention by the United States will have a detrimental effect on the situation in the Middle East.
I don’t think it’s any American’s personal obligation to donate his or her life to try freeing people in other countries.
While there is ample room to get lost in the deserts of Egypt, there is no place to hide. The fragility of life, and the inevitability of death are the constant backdrop.