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The Blessings of Factory Farming
A contrarian take on small, local agriculture.
Why We Need JFK's Peace Legacy
What Christians can learn from the president's foreign policy achievement of 1963.
How Churches Can Help Without Hurting After Super Typhoon Haiyan
Rule #1: Don't jump into action before you know the needs on the ground.
The Evangelical Work Ethic
Forget Weber. We don’t need social science to know that God cares about our work.
C.S. Lewis's Joy in Marriage
What I think Alister McGrath got wrong about Lewis's wife, Joy Davidman.
Peace Between Israelis and Palestinians—Really?
Why I refuse to be cynical about the current talks.
Our Shaken Faith in Football
Should Christian fans step away from such a physically devastating, violent sport?
Why Intelligent People Are Less Likely to Be Religious
And how our expectations for Christians in education are changing.
What the 'Six Types of Atheists' Mean for Christian Outreach
A new study highlights important differences between nonbelievers. But they have many things in common, too.
You, Me, and the Heavenly Three?
Why the Trinity can't tell us about gender. A response to Larry Crabb.
Will We Ever Get Beyond Race?
After Trayvon Martin, we need only look to churches to see a glimmer of potential.
Proposed Food Aid Reforms Put International Programs at Risk
In this tight-budget era, what works in theory likely won't result in legislative success.
How the Obama Administration Is Right on Food Aid Reform
New local purchasing efforts could be far more effective than current ones.
Solving Poverty Is Rocket Science
Christians are among America’s most compassionate people. But we can do a better job responding to the complexity of poverty.
What Did the Supreme Court Really Change Today?
The rulings today on DOMA and Proposition 8 are an opportunity for gospel witness.
Our Eulogy for Exodus International
Its end feels like the death of a loved one with whom we've had a complicated history.
Exodus in the Wilderness
Alan Chambers's impassioned apology reflects many elements of godly repentance, but it also goes awry in three key ways.
The Good News of Common Core
What new literacy standards mean for Christians.
Is Fatherhood Fading Out?
A Christian response to the boom in absent dads.
The Despair of Dead Ends
Like St. John of the Cross, we wait expectantly in the darkness.
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