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Wilson's Bookmarks
From John Wilson, editor of 'Books and Culture.'
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The Poverty Fighters' Bible
Six years later, 'When Helping Hurts' is still shaking up the church’s approach to charity.
'Korean Evangelicals on Steroids'
Meet the band of intensely devoted Asian missionaries working around the clock to re-Christianize America.
People Over Profit: Easier Said Than Done
Even good-hearted entrepreneurs run into practical complications.
Getting a Handle on Boko Haram
What we know, and what we don’t, about Nigeria’s brutal band of Islamists.
How Evangelicalism Built Its Brand Loyalty
It all goes back to the smiling gentleman on the Quaker Oats label.
What's the Matter with Cotton Mather?
Rick Kennedy rewrites the reputation of a reviled Puritan leader.
20 Truths from A Field Guild to Everyday Mission
What does it look like to live on mission in the routine of everyday life?
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20 Truths from Discipling and Multiplying Leaders by John Amstutz
What can we learn about leadership from the lives of Paul and Peter?
Subscriber Access Only The Christians Who Annoy Us Are the Christians We Need Most
Why learning from those outside your tribe is essential to the church’s witness.
Every Square Inch: An Interview with Bruce Ashford on Cultural Engagement
How do Christians appropriately engage society in thoughtful, redeeming ways?
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Jon Acuff Starts Over
The funny man, former Dave Ramsey team member, and self-development expert is on to his next gig.
Richard John Neuhaus, Warts and All
A new biography captures the life and times of a brilliant, headstrong champion of faith in the public square.
When the Cross and the Crescent Are in the Same Family
How an evangelical mom and Muslim daughter overcame their divide.
Subscriber Access Only David Brooks: We Need to Start Talking about Sin and Righteousness Again
The New York Times columnist asks what it takes to build character in a 'Big Me' culture.
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Subscriber Access Only The Moral Stakes of Everyday Life
An excerpt from 'The Road to Character.'
Kirsten Powers: The Rise of the Intolerant Left
The commentator says we are in a new McCarthyist era—and that the Americans quashing free speech are the ones who have typically heralded it.
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The World’s Most Astonished Atheist
The World’s Most Astonished Atheist
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