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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.
Subscriber Access OnlyDivisible After All
More important than keeping the phrase 'under God' is the reason for keeping it.
Subscriber Access OnlyNo-Fault Division?
It may be time for mainline churches to consider an amicable divorce.
Subscriber Access OnlyThe Evil In Us
Prisoner torture in Iraq exposes the ordinary face of human depravity.
Subscriber Access OnlyThe Politics of Communion
Church leaders who admonish politicians on moral issues are doing their jobs.
Subscriber Access OnlyBlessed Are the Lukewarm
Religion is okay with the courts, so long as it doesn't mean anything.
Subscriber Access OnlyDouble-entry Accountability
Two financial watchdogs are better than one.
Subscriber Access Only'The Longest Hatred'
Evangelicals must fight the resurgence of anti-Semitism.
Subscriber Access OnlyCrash-Helmet Christianity
Talking about the real Jesus is a dangerous thing.
Subscriber Access OnlyA Question of Faith
Top Democrats have much work ahead to convince voters of their religious sincerity.
Subscriber Access OnlyForget Your Bliss
The success of The Purpose-Driven Life reveals a cultural opportunity.
Subscriber Access OnlyLet No Law Put Asunder
A constitutional amendment defending marriage is worth the effort.
Subscriber Access OnlyMuslims at Home in America
Christians have a part to play in helping Islam adapt to democracy.
Subscriber Access OnlyBack to the Garden
Our task is neither to shield nature from humanity nor to tame all wilderness.
Subscriber Access OnlyOne Nation Under God—Sort of
We've got bigger problems than the Pledge of Allegiance.
Subscriber Access OnlyNixon's Ghost
The late President's tapes brought more pain—and a genuine act of repentance.
Subscriber Access OnlyWhy the TNIV Draws Ire
"No translation is perfect, and each must be read with a careful exegetical eye."
Subscriber Access OnlyOn Befriending Presidents
Billy Graham's relationship with Richard Nixon was already a controversy in 1972.
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Brutally Honest with God
Getting Brutally Honest with God
The psalms of lament invite us to voice our frustrations—and provide a reason to hope.
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