G. Shane Morris

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  • From forcing nuns to freeing nurses: HHS' about-face on religious liberty

    From forcing nuns to freeing nurses: HHS' about-face on religious liberty

    I thank God the HHS is under new management. Protecting nurses from violating their consciences is an infinite improvement over forcing nuns to violate theirs.

  • An ethical blind spot for evangelicals

    An ethical blind spot for evangelicals

    I’m unapologetically Protestant but, as I’ve said for a while now, our Catholic friends have long led the way on many bioethical issues like abortion and assisted reproductive technologies.

  • Why have young brits lost hope?

    Why have young brits lost hope?

    Nihilism is running rampant among Millennial and Gen-Z Brits.

  • Animal conservation belongs in a Christian worldview

    Animal conservation belongs in a Christian worldview

    If humans are just one animal among many, then our impulse to save endangered species and our sense of responsibility for them don’t make much sense.

  • Breaking up with purity culture?

    Breaking up with purity culture?

    Here’s a prediction: Thousands of years from now when archaeologists excavate American churches, they’ll identify the 1990s era by “What Would Jesus Do?” bracelets, DC Talk CDs, and purity rings.

  • Twitter's outrage amplification

    Twitter's outrage amplification

    An article I wrote kicked off a pretty serious social media reaction. While many expressed gratitude for the article, it also set off a backlash on Twitter. Thousands of responses flooded my feed, most of them filled with outrage.

  • African, Korean missionaries look to reconvert America, Europe

    African, Korean missionaries look to reconvert America, Europe

    Between 2010 and 2015, the number of African missionaries jumped 32 percent to over 27,000. Korean missionaries jumped 50 percent to 30,000 in the same period. And the countries receiving the lion’s share of these missionaries are Brazil, Russia, and—wait for it—the United States.

  • Why the spike in vandalism of Christian relics in Europe?

    Why the spike in vandalism of Christian relics in Europe?

    Over the last few months, Europe has seen a wave of attacks against churches and other Christian sites.

  • What we're missing about mass shootings

    What we're missing about mass shootings

    The state of our national discourse is, to put it mildly, discouraging and unhelpful, and the reaction to the recent shootings only amplified how bad it is.

  • Our childless cities of the future

    Our childless cities of the future

    Recently in The Atlantic, Derek Thompson points out that, despite a decade-long economic and cultural boom in our cities, America’s urban rebirth is missing actual births. In fact, if current trends continue, the future of American cities is virtually childless.