Old Hollywood’s Abortion Secret
What a culture of death tells us about a culture of life.
When Modern Medicine Becomes a False God
A doctor reflects on what healthcare can—and can’t—accomplish.
5 Books to Read Before Voting in a Presidential Election
Peter Wehner, former presidential aide, helps us wrestle with deeper issues than Candidate A versus Candidate B.
The Value of Friends Who Don’t Look, Think, or Vote Like You Do
When you limit your social circles, you limit your opportunities to grow.
I Found the Gospel in Communist Romania
And then I shared it with the man the government sent to kill me.
Gleanings: October 2016
Important developments in the church and the world (as they appeared in our October issue).
Charity Navigator's Overhead Overhaul
New charity guidelines put ‘support expenses’ in a better light.
Jimmy Carter: Pursuing an Arc of Reconciliation
The former president has a new hope for racial justice— starting with the church.
Where Kids Get Their Political Views
In a heated election, Christian parents can model a measured response.
Ron Sider: Why I Am Voting for Hillary Clinton
This election, there are only two meaningful choices for president. Why one is the far wiser choice.
James Dobson: Why I Am Voting for Donald Trump
The founder and president of Family Talk explains why his decision centers on the future of the Supreme Court.
Sho Baraka: Why I Can't Vote for Either Trump or Clinton
Both candidates fail to address the heart concerns of black evangelicals like me.
Do We Really Need More Breast Cancer "Awareness"?
Information gets us only so far on the road to health.
Putting Our Money Where Our Eyes Are
Subscribing to periodicals for the common good.
Evangelicals, Republicans, and a More Excellent Way on Refugees
Caring for refugees should be neither controversial nor partisan.
I Saw Jesus in Detention
We’re all so busy debating immigration policy that we’ve forgotten something essential.
Sorry, Trump: 3 in 4 Evangelicals Don't Want Pastors Endorsing Politicians from Pulpits
However, survey finds they also don't want pastors who do campaign to be punished.
Why Conservation Is a Gospel Issue
Christians who care about conservation are still too rare a species. A report from the World Conservation Congress.
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