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Subscriber Access OnlyWe Are Brothers'
John Paul II's legacy of orthodoxy bodes well for evangelical engagement.
Subscriber Access OnlyHotel Sudan Isn't a Film—Yet
Genocide in Darfur must be stopped.
Subscriber Access OnlyAliens in Our Midst
Attaining asylum in the land of the free is harder than you'd think.
Subscriber Access OnlyHow Serious Are Democrats?
Making abortion rare will take more than words.
Subscriber Access OnlySighs of Relief
Religious prejudice undermines tsunami aid work.
Subscriber Access OnlyVoting Against Anarchy
The greatest threat to liberty in Iraq is not international terrorism.
Subscriber Access OnlyMore Culture of Life, Please
We like what we heard, we just didn't hear enough of it.
Subscriber Access OnlyGender Is No Disease
Our children's sex is not something to be screened but gratefully received.
Subscriber Access OnlyTsunamis and Birth Pangs
Let's not bash traditional Christian answers to disaster, only keep them in context.
Subscriber Access OnlySame Song, Second Term
It is a unique political moment for Christian conservatives—or is it?
Subscriber Access OnlySpiritual Shortcuts
The cheating epidemic reveals a deeper issue.
Subscriber Access OnlyCanterbury Crackup
Eschewing church discipline has come back to haunt Anglicans.
Subscriber Access OnlyNightmares and Miracles
A good beginning to the long battle for human rights in North Korea.
Subscriber Access OnlyFill an Empty Cradle
Falling birthrates demand new priorities for families.
Subscriber Access OnlyFor Whom Would Jesus Vote?
Single-issue politics is neither necessary nor wise.
Subscriber Access OnlyHeat Stroke
The climate for addressing global warming is improving.
Subscriber Access OnlyIt's Not About Stem Cells
Why we must clarify the debate over harvesting embryos.
Subscriber Access OnlyNever Again?
Genocide in Sudan tests our commitment to justice.
Subscriber Access OnlyThe Values-Driven Voter
The values bandwagon is being pulled apart. Which way is more scriptural?
Subscriber Access OnlyWhen More Is Less
We're making more money, but the payoff isn't always positive.
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I Found the Gospel in Communist Romania
I Found the Gospel in Communist Romania
And then I shared it with the man the government sent to kill me.
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