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Christians Don't Want to Stop Serving Their LGBT Neighbors
A balanced take on the gay rights-religious freedom debate requires an understanding of complicity.
The Church at Its Racial Turning Point
Five ways forward after the recent tragic events.
As UK Votes 'In' or 'Out' on EU, Christians Have Two Tasks
Today, the United Kingdom decides on its European Union membership. Tomorrow, the most important role of Christians begins.
Tim Keller and John Inazu: How Christians Can Bear Gospel Witness in an Anxious Age
Our confidence in the gospel spurs us to serve our communities, not to shrink back when they decide they no longer need us.
Cox Killing Shows Why Brexit and Trump-Clinton Need 'Civil' Religion
Disagreement without division must be possible in UK and US politics. Christians can get us there.
How Urban Christians Failed President Obama
The transgender bathroom directive is the latest sign that we shouldn't have given him a pass.
5 Surprising Spiritual Benefits of Owning Less Stuff
Minimalism was meant to help our finances. Here’s how it helped our faith.
The Kasich Conundrum
How one of America's most Christian candidates became the most offensive.
Can People of Color Really Make Themselves at Home?
There's a big difference between being a guest in a largely white organization and being able to "move the furniture."
What Jen Hatmaker Gets Right about Christian Love
Reactions to her message to LGBT people highlight how confused we are about love and repentance.
Christians Can Hold Their Bladders and Still Shop at Target
Consider the missional implications before you boycott.
James Dobson: Why Children Are a National Blessing
Under-population is the deeper global problem.
Stop Calling Ted Cruz a Dominionist
The Christian candidate's faith influences his platform, but not in the ways most critics assume.
The Theology of Ted Cruz
Questions raised by the candidate’s God-and-country vision.
What Apple’s Encryption Fight Has to Do with Religious Freedom
How the tech giant came to share a defense with Hobby Lobby and Little Sisters of the Poor.
Even Tyler Perry Can't Improve on the Greatest Story Ever Told
Why the passion of Jesus Christ doesn't need to be contextualized.
Actually, Most Evangelicals Don’t Vote Trump
The numbers tell a different story than the headlines.
Religion's Place in a Religiously Violent World
Why it's significant that Rabbi Jonathan Sacks won the Templeton Prize
Missionary Doctor: Abstinence Isn’t Always an Option
When sex is forced on women, contraception becomes a form of compassion.
The Overlooked Hope for Narnia’s Susan Pevensie
Even in the pages of C. S. Lewis, the best is yet to come.
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