Immigrants––legal or illegal––are people, and it is long overdue that we treat them as such.
Posts published by “Hannah Brewster”
The state of Oklahoma is known for many things––the Oklahoma City Thunder, red dirt roads, the Sooner and Cowboy rivalry, the historical Land Rush––but perhaps the worst, along with the state’s rocky history with Native American peoples, is its monumentally high female incarceration rate.
Thank you, George H.W. Bush, not only for your devotion to this country, but for living out your convictions and reminding us all what matters most. You will be missed.
Silence leads to ignorance, and ignorance will lead us nowhere.
Does Christmas still represent what it was initially created to?
The months of November and December are warmly recognized as “the most wonderful time of the year” for many Americans. Yet, for some, the holiday season means more than just delicious meals and mistletoe.
A few weeks ago, the New York Times asked young evangelical readers to tell them about their relationship with faith and politics. Nearly 1,500 readers replied and while each personal story is different, each one has a common denominator: young evangelicals are questioning typical ties between evangelicalism and politics.