Modernists, fundamentalists, and missionaries.
Against imperialism from Assyria to the EU.
The message of the scandal of particularity.
And what they mean for Israel.
Marilynne Robinson asks what we are doing here.
“The Israeli occupation of Palestinian land is a sin against God and humanity.”
Its General Synod is about to consider three anti-Israel resolutions.
For almost 100 years, the Christian Century has been a major publication of mainstream American Protestantism. During the 1930s and 40s, it distinguished itself by. . .
In their zeal to delegitimize Israel, some mainline Protestant churches, joined by an alarming cohort of evangelicals, are busily traducing both truth and history.
Evangelical Christians have been ardent and loyal supporters of Israel since its founding. That is beginning to change.
To prevent an evangelical turn away from Israel, Christian leaders should focus on our common origins, not on what will happen at the end of days.
Once a cornerstone of the national culture, the mainline Protestant denominations have become the spiritual helpmeets of secular liberalism.
The Protestant founder did not always espouse the virulent hatred of Jews and Judaism with which he is now identified.