Letters to the editor for the March 16, 2020 weekly magazine. Readers discuss the best way to restore trust and preserve national sovereignty.

Australian Open women’s tennis championship serves up two surprises: 15-year-old Coco Gauff beats Japan’s Naomi Osaka; Serena Williams is out.

As the Global Conference for Media Freedom that took place this week in London makes plain, being a journalist can too often be a dangerous vocation. The good work of revealing what’s true and exposing evil deserves our prayers to help give strength to those standing for truth.

This is a guest post from Bobby Conway, pastor of Life Fellowship Church and author of The One Minute Apologist. Get it on Pre-Pub for a limited time. Like most people, the first time I heard the word “apologetics” I was befuddled. I was driving down Interstate 5 in Southern California en route to work at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel, and for the life of me, I couldn’t understand why there was such a stress for Christians to apologize. After showing up at work, I asked a fellow Christian what the word meant—and that’s when I discovered, to my relief, that apologetics means…