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Should Adulterous Pastors Be Restored?Subscriber Access Only
The Bible's teaching about returning fallen ministers to the pulpit.
Lamentations: A Bottle for the Tears of the World
Christopher J. H. Wright explains what one of the Bible's most neglected books teaches about our cries of grief.
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The Ones Who Are LeftSubscriber Access Only
A personal account of what happens when death takes away a loved one and of what resources are available to the Christian for dealing with the emptiness.
No Disappointment in Jesus?Subscriber Access Only
A case for letdowns.
We Were HopingSubscriber Access Only
A lesson from the Resurrection.
Five Errors to Drop From Your Easter Sermon
If you want to help people see Holy Week with fresh eyes, start by dropping these familiar fallacies.
The End Is Not the EndSubscriber Access Only
C. Everett Koop on death and dying.
Christianity and Scientific ConcernsSubscriber Access Only
Six evangelical scholars--including C. Everett Koop--in a panel discussion on technology and bioethics.
The Embattled Career of Dr. KoopSubscriber Access Only
Despite political pressures, the surgeon general was out to fight disease, not people.
How Faith WorksSubscriber Access Only
The volcanic issue of "Lordship Salvation" is still emitting the smoke and fumes of controversy.
Back to the FathersSubscriber Access Only
Every turn in Thomas Oden's theology took him further left, until he came face to face with Augustine and Wesley.
A Senator's Quandary: Carl F. H. Henry Reviews Mark HatfieldSubscriber Access Only
'Between a Rock and a Hard Place' attempts to balance biblical respect with politics.
Mark Hatfield on The Christian and the StateSubscriber Access Only
CT interviews Oregon's governor on the Church's responsibility toward government.
Mark Hatfield on Beyond Containment: A New Vision for Superpower RelationsSubscriber Access Only
Envisioning a new day in relations between the U.S. and the Soviet Union.
Mark Hatfield on the Vulnerability of LeadershipSubscriber Access Only
Why we cannot separate our allegiance to God from our love for our fellow man.
Stealing God's Stuff & Controlling Human LifeSubscriber Access Only
Christians must help bridge the growing gap between biotechnology and bioethics.
Mark Hatfield's Personal Use of the BibleSubscriber Access Only
The governor of Oregon explains how he regards the Scriptures.
Mark Hatfield: Celebrating the Year of LiberationSubscriber Access Only
How Americans can think about a true revolution.
Mark Hatfield Taps into the Real Power on Capitol HillSubscriber Access Only
The senior senator from Oregon shows keen discernment between the power of politics and the power wielded by the Holy Spirit.
Q & A: Tim Pawlenty on Evangelicals and the IssuesSubscriber Access Only
The former governor of Minnesota has announced his presidential candidacy. Here's CT's earlier interview on issues like cap & trade, foreign policy, and whether evangelicals have influence in the Republican Party anymore.
Why So Many Christians Wanted a ‘Pagan Brawler’ in the White House
Stephen Mansfield: Why So Many Conservative Christians Wanted a ‘Pagan Brawler’ in the White House
And how their choice of Trump has affected the church since last year’s election.
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