This issue of A Public Witness takes a look at how presidential hopefuls Ron DeSantis, Mike Pence, and Nikki Haley are all running in the John Hagee primary and what that means for religion and politics.
This issue A Public Witness pulls up a chair at the Mennonite Church USA’s Youth & Young Adult Climate Summit in order to discover new ways for all of us to meaningfully engage in creation care, and to do so in full partnership with the
This issue of A Public Witness visits universities that are honoring those enslaved by their founders with major memorials in prominent locations in order to provide a guide for Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Al Mohler, and others to think more seriously about what it means
This issue of A Public Witness adds historical context to the contentious meeting of the largest Protestant denomination in the U.S. to consider what the debate about women in ministry means for that body and the broader Christian witness.
This issue of A Public Witness examines sermons preached on Sunday across the country to highlight what pastors participating in Faithful America's pre-Flag Day event had to share about the dangers of Christian Nationalism.
As the temperatures rise and vacations approach, this issue of A Public Witness includes some of our recommendations for great summer reads. Whether you find yourself on the beach, in a secluded cabin, or just in your own backyard, we hope you’ll find the perfect