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June 2017
Volume 61, Number 5
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Table of Contents
Features
Cambodia’s Child Sex Industry Is Dwindling—And They Have Christians to Thank
From rescues to legal reform, a faithful minority changed the country’s criminal landscape.
How Christians in Cambodia are drawing attention to labor trafficking and the quiet power of prevention.
How the Southeast Asian country went from an underground church to a church-planting boom.
Here's what I learned.
Historian Mark Noll helps unravel the uses and misuses of ‘the Bible alone.’
The case for Christians investing in the profession only 1 in 5 Americans trust.
God's love for children is clear in Scripture, but the 'age of accountability' is harder to find.
News
How Christians See Muslims
Missions experts urge concern for both souls and security.
Important developments in the church and the world (as they appeared in our June issue).
Russian evangelicals’ hesitancy to back Jehovah’s Witnesses could backfire.
Views
Our Spiritual Gifts Have an Expiration Date
Let’s rejoice in them—while looking forward to a time when they’re no longer needed.
Reviews
Flying Solo in a Family-Centered Church
Gina Dalfonzo shares an insider's perspective on the frustrations of long-term singleness
Mark Sayers asks us to look to the Bible’s steadying influence in an era of cultural turmoil.
Compiled by Matt Reynolds.
Historian Justo González charts how observance of the Lord’s Day has changed over time.
How Ecclesiastes shows a better way to joyful living than chasing pleasure
In Every Issue
Responses to our April issue via letters, tweets, and Facebook posts.
I was sentenced to life for a murder I didn’t commit. But God didn't forget me.
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Top Story May 28, 2017
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Ben Sasse: Adolescence Is a Gift, but Extended Adolescence Is a Trap
The Nebraska senator wants parents to get serious about shepherding kids into responsible adulthood.