Nobody likes a copycat. Whether it’s at school, sitting for an exam or seeing someone with your outfit in public, there’s something disingenuous about an …
Don’t remain disengaged when Jehovah’s Witnesses show up at your door. They need to hear the gospel. Most of us don’t answer the door because we’re not scripturally literate enough to defend our position.
Is Christianity really a white man’s religion? What do we do with the biblical passages that seem to condone slavery? How can African-Americans faithfully practice Christian faith in good conscience?
The KJV Bible isn’t evil. It’s not the white man’s Bible. And it certainly isn’t misleading. It’s a translation that communicates the one message this world needs to hear: we’re broken and in need of Savior. Even if it does so with a few poetic thees and thous.
Many are getting too caught up in Jesus’ common Greek name that they miss the significance of the title that means the most. Did you know there were tons of dudes named Jesus in that day? In fact, the name Jesus was as common in First Century Israel as my name (John) is today.
In this article, John Richards, offers a legal analysis of the recently released Department of Justice guidance letter to public schools regarding transgender access to public school bathrooms.
In this article, John Richards reflects on the recent Planned Parenthood fallout, personhood, and the Black community’s relationship with the organization.
The SAE video has the Black community (Reformed Blacks included) up in arms. Is there an opportunity to take an introspective look at our own exclusivity?
There have been a litany of voices responding to the situation in Ferguson. In this article, four Black Presbyterian ministers offer a biblically-centered response.