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Revisiting the Pagan Olympic Games
New scholarship on the ancient Olympics reminds Christians why Emperor Theodosius outlawed the event so many centuries ago.
Breaking Down the Faith/Learning Wall
How the history of Christians in higher education has stacked the deck against Robert Sloan's "new Baylor."
Learning From the Other 9/11
Words kill. So teachers, watch what you say.
Not a Mercy but a Sin
The modern push for euthanasia is a push against a two-millenniums-old Christian tradition.
John Paul II's "Canonization Cannon"
Why and how this pope has made over 470 saints.
The Next Pope: An African?
Sixty-four years ago, the Roman Catholic Church consecrated its first black African bishop. Is it time now for the next step?
When World Leaders Pray, Part II
Tony Blair's spin-doctors worried when he recently "outed" himself as a Christian. But what impact has Christianity really had on our leaders?
When World Leaders Pray
Some observers are upset with Tony Blair's recent public avowal of faith. But what impact has Christianity really had on our leaders?
The Ancient Rise and Recent Fall of Tithing
Is yet another time-honored Christian practice fading from view?
Did Eric Rudolph Act in a "Tradition of Christian Terror"?
A historian considers the evidence of the Crusades and the Inquisition.
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