In Mexico, voters rejected the status quo in a landmark vote for a president who plans to take the country in a very different direction. The coming presidency of Andrés Manuel López Obrador has major implications for the future of Mexico—and for the country immediately to Mexico’s north, the United States.
Liberals love the idea of the noble savage—the primitive person uncorrupted by civilization and inherently good. In the 1960s, an anthropologist lived for two years with a tribe in northern Uganda that demonstrated the opposite—and provided a stern warning about the direction society is going today.
Archaeologists in Israel recently found an enormous gate to a city mentioned repeatedly in Scripture that may support the biblical account of King David.
And I’ll share how my experience in summer camp as a teen helped change the direction of my heart.