Politics +Current Affairs
Let Kelly Gissendaner Live
The Georgia Department of Corrections has done its job. She should not be executed.
If I See Blue, and You See White, Why Does It Matter?
The significance of our viral debate over #TheDress.
The Bible Cause's Ironic Move to Philadelphia
Inside the long conflict between the Philadelphia Bible Society and national Bible association.
Prominent Chinese Christian Convert Accuses Another of Rape
Yuan Zhiming of China Soul on leave as more accusations emerge following claim by Chai Ling of All Girls Allowed.
We Are More Than '21'
The '21' showed us that despite our differences, we are one family in Christ.
Do Digital Decisions Disciple?
Online evangelists report the equivalent success of one Billy Graham crusade per day.
Black Future Month: Why We Choose to Look Ahead
In a nation still plagued with injustice, we remember history so we can move forward.
Welcome to the Golden Age of Global Charity
Thanks to innovations in accountability, poverty-fighting efforts are flourishing like never before.
ISIS Kidnaps 100 Christians in Syria: Prisoner Swap, or Libya-Style Propaganda?
(UPDATED) Christian leader: In light of 'barbaric record with the captured, the destiny of these families is a major concern to us.'
It's Time for Busy Ladies to Give It a Rest
How to find the downtime you never realized you had.
How Libya's Martyrs Are Witnessing to Egypt
Murders spark largest outreach ever amid new freedoms and new threats.
Chen Guangcheng, the Voice of China's Voiceless
The 'Blind Lawyer' recounts his fight against Communism's corruptions.
Gleanings: March 2015
Important developments in the church and the world (as they appeared in our March issue).
When the Saints Go Marching Into Cuba and Myanmar
Two long-closed countries are opening up. Should US short-term missionaries go?
Liberating Cuba: Why It Is Still a Great Idea
President Obama’s call for normalizing relations offers a once-in-a-generation opportunity for Cuban and American churches to strengthen their ties.
Andy Crouch: The Return of Shame
From online bullying to Twitter takedowns, shame is becoming a dominant force in the West. Thankfully, the Bible is full of language about shame. It's just that most Westerners don't see it.
Amnesty Is Not a Dirty Word
Christians, of all people, should know that.
A Nation of ‘Suspect Thy Neighbor’
The mom of a Muslim convert reflects on our impulse to assume the worst.
An Ethnic Chinese Christian, Breaking Barriers in Indonesia - The New York Times
A former mining consultant, Mr. Basuki first ran for office in 2005, winning a local election on his native island of Belitung, off the southeast coast of Sumatra, in a district where 93 percent of the voters were Muslim. “I asked them why they wanted me to run, because I am of Chinese descent and a Christian,” he recalled of the local residents who approached him. “They said, ‘We don’t care — we know who you are. We know your character.’ ”
The Protestant Mainline Goes to Washington | Religion & Politics
When the Johnson Amendment passed in 1954—the amendment that was the target of the recent Pulpit Freedom Sunday—it was in the context of the political mobilization of mainline Protestants, not evangelicals.
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