Rod Anderson

CP Cartoonist

How About Church at Chick-fil-A?

Since 1946, fast food restaurant chain Chick-fil-A has shuttered its stores each Sunday to allow employees "to rest and worship if they choose." Last Sunday, however, a Chick-fil-A restaurant in Henrico, Virginia, was open for business but it wasn't the kind that involved the sale of chicken and biscuits.

Looking to Christ for Shelter From the Storm

We should make no statement, theological or otherwise, about Hurricane Harvey and Irma (along with the fires in the west) that could not be made in the presence of families who have lost loved ones (or, lost everything else).

Should FEMA Offer Aid to Churches?

Three churches in Texas have sued the Federal Emergency Management Agency over its policy of not providing aid to religious institutions following the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey last week.

When Christians Are Labeled 'Hate Groups'

Vanco Payment Solutions has cut off services from a Louisiana-based Christian ministry, citing the Southern Poverty Law Center's "Hate Map," which accuses the ministry of promoting "hate, violence, harassment and/or abuse."

It's Time to Forgive!

Jesus' forgiveness says, "I know exactly what you did. I understand and acknowledge the pain and the sin, the destruction and the despair. But for the sake of all that is holy and all that is love, I choose grace."

What Is the Nashville Statement?

A broad coalition of Christian leaders, including J. I. Packer and Francis Chan, have released a statement articulating God's design for human identity as male and female.

How Muslims Come to Christ

A Christian from the West Bank who lost everything because of his decision to leave behind his Islamic faith has said that most Muslims decide to turn to Jesus Christ because of visions and dreams.

The Christian Message of Racial Unity

To be parents who can raise children who believe in racial unity, we need to "educate ourselves biblically" and then also in all history, not just our history, so that we can talk to our children intelligently, said Byron Day, pastor of the Emmanuel Baptist Church in Maryland.

Are Liberals Blind to Their Own Bigotries?

The Catholic Archbishop of Philadelphia Charles Chaput has argued that liberals who accuse conservative Christian religious freedom organizations of being "hate groups" are guilty of having hatred in their own hearts fueled by an underlying anger.

Faith Amidst the Flood

A Kentucky pastor who got trapped by floodwaters from Tropical Storm Harvey in Houston, Texas, after traveling there with his wife so she could get surgery last Friday described "traumatic" flooding in the city as the now tropical cyclone continues pounding the area, threatening to make natural disaster history.

Parenting Will Humble You!

Parenting is "a cross" that will "humble" and "humiliate" you, and the family is the picture of spiritual warfare — one that teaches people to depend on God, said Southern Baptist Russell Moore.