Get reading recommendations from the Global Comment editors, featuring essays on everything from prison writing classes to insurance redlining. (It’s interesting, we promise.)
Pastor Wesley Granberg-Michaelson makes the Christian case for casting a vote for Secretary Hillary Clinton.
LGBQT Christian youth deserve faith-based support when they get to college. Now, they’re not going to get it from one of the biggest faith organisations.
What are you reading this week? The Global Comment editors are enjoying a September 11 longread, an analysis of Trump’s deplorables, an exploration of how design discriminates, a discussion about Silicon Valley and profits, and an overview of Christians and the death penalty.
From the Eastern Orthodox Church to a blind Palestinian journalist, here’s what the editors of Global Comment are reading about this week.
Global Comment is here to brighten up your advent and bring back the magic of Christmas with some pop culture – it’s healthier than chocolate and much more fun.
“So, how do you explain that Mother Mary on an ice cream stick?”
Really, who the hell are you?
Faith is one of those standbys in times of intense trauma. It can be a community institution that allows people to come together to grieve, and it can be a destructive and abusive force that minimizes human loss for its own self-aggrandizement.
At the end of the day, it is simply impossible to argue that this is a struggle between secularism and faith. Rather, it’s a struggle about what kind of faith we North Carolinians want to live.