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Churches No Longer Face Overtime Pay Increase
Does mandated time-and-a-half help or hurt ministries? Experts weigh in.
Should Christians Keep Advising a President They Disagree With?
Leaders inside and outside Trump’s inner faith circle weigh in.
Sorry, Old Testament: Most Theologians Don't Use You
Should systematic theologies equally rely on Bible verses from the Old and New Testament? Experts weigh in.
Drone Dilemma: Can Aid Groups Use a Military Symbol?
Drones can help humanitarian efforts, but they come with baggage. Experts weigh in.
Does the United States Belong on Persecution Lists?Subscriber Access Only
Experts weigh in.
Should America’s Refugee Policy Put Persecuted Christians First?
Four Christian experts offer their take on Trump’s controversial plan.
Scripture as Spam: What 5 Experts Think About Twitter Bible BotsSubscriber Access Only
Does it matter that Twitter bots circulate vastly more Bible verses than real pastors?
Should Churches Stop Singing the Songs of Fallen Worship Leaders?Subscriber Access Only
Experts weigh in.
Should We Update Old Hymns to Address Modern Themes?Subscriber Access Only
Experts weigh in.
Should States Honor the Bible as a Historic But Not Sacred Book?
Tennessee lawmakers fail to override governor's veto of Scripture as official state symbol.
Should Christians Give Money to Ministries Deep in Debt?Subscriber Access Only
Experts weigh giving to insolvent faith-based organizations.
Can the Baker, the Florist, the Photographer, and the Clerk Win?Subscriber Access Only
Experts weigh in on religious liberty challenges to same-sex marriage.
Yes, Jesus Has Always Been Our Boyfriend Subscriber Access Only
The biggest difference between old and new hymns isn't Trinitarian theology.
Under Discussion: Should Churches Dim the Lights for Worship?Subscriber Access Only
Does low lighting set a better mood, or mimic entertainment too much? Experts weigh in.
Should Unaccredited Bible Colleges Be Allowed to Grant Degrees?Subscriber Access Only
Some Christian schools challenge an Illinois requirement. Experts weigh in.
Should Pastors Stop Signing Civil Marriage Certificates?Subscriber Access Only
First Things says yes. Survey finds 1 in 4 pastors agree.
What Was the Best News of 2014?Subscriber Access Only
Observers weigh in on the year’s events that will most shape evangelical life, thought, or mission.
Does My Local Church Have Authority to Declare That I Am Not a Christian?Subscriber Access Only
A new Lifeway survey found that 9 in 10 evangelicals say no. Here's how Christian leaders responded.
Should Satan Be Part of Evangelism and Early Discipleship?Subscriber Access Only
(UPDATED) The Devil is too distracting at baptisms, major denomination decides.
The Biggest Loser in the Alabama Election
The Biggest Loser in the Alabama Election
It’s not Republicans or Democrats, but Christian witness.
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