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Subscriber Access OnlyJen Wilkin: Thank God I’m Not Like God
How his perfections make me grateful for my flaws.
Subscriber Access OnlyWhy We Shouldn’t Remove God from the Pledge of Allegiance
What we really need, says Kevin Seamus Hasson, is a different understanding of the ‘God’ our nation is under.
Subscriber Access OnlyHow Victims of Sexual Abuse Can Get the Better of Satan
A Christian therapist shares lessons from 25 years of counseling survivors.
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Subscriber Access OnlyDoes Your Church’s Worship Need a Multicultural Makeover?
Why local congregations should embrace the music and prayers of other church traditions.
Subscriber Access OnlyWhat Kind of Astronomical Marvel was the Star of Bethlehem?
And was it even a star? A biblical scholar investigates the mysterious object that guided the Magi to Jesus.
Hating the Way Jesus Hates
Why more believers need the courage to get angry at sin.
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How to Help Those in Need (Without Treating Them Like Beggars)
Robert Lupton shares strategies to lift people out of poverty for the long haul.
Subscriber Access OnlyJohn Danforth: I'm Not Absolutely Right, and You're Not Absolutely Wrong
The former senator and United Nations ambassador says religious people should be the leading voices for political compromise.
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Subscriber Access OnlyA Pastor's Journey from Gay Pride Parades to the Pulpit
How Caleb Kaltenbach shed his anti-Christian upbringing.
Subscriber Access OnlyHow Christian Institutions Can Stay Christian Amid Secular Pressure
Legal experts Stephen Monsma and Stanley Carlson-Thies say religious and secular organizations should enjoy equal freedom to live out their convictions.
Subscriber Access OnlyChristian, Meet Confucius
Forget the made-up Internet quotes. The ancient Chinese philosopher has serious wisdom for followers of Christ.
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Subscriber Access OnlyTough Love for the Black Church
Thabiti Anyabwile, a Reformed pastor in Washington, D.C., offers celebration, critique, and hope for revival.
Subscriber Access OnlyLamentations: A Bottle for the Tears of the World
What one of the Bible's most neglected books teaches about our cries of grief.
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Os Guinness: Welcome to the 'Grand Age of Apologetics'
With the era of 'Christian consensus' coming to a close, we have a fresh opportunity to make the gospel appealing.
Getting a Handle on Boko Haram
What we know, and what we don’t, about Nigeria’s brutal band of Islamists.
Subscriber Access OnlyDavid 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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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.
Subscriber Access OnlyGo Where People Are Hurting
Noel Castellanos reflects on a career ministering to outsiders.
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Reading Luke Through Latin American Eyes
Justo González explores underappreciated themes in the books of Luke and Acts.
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Subscriber Access OnlyThe Lost World of Adam and Eve
Old Testament scholar John Walton affirms a historical Adam—but says there are far more important dimensions to Genesis.
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Reading Esther in the Shadow of ISIS
Reading Esther in the Shadow of ISIS
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