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China Isn't Trying to Wipe Out Christianity
A new report on persecution belies important changes in the country's religious freedom.
Tebow's Big Fumble
Soon, the ball will be thrown to each of us.
Did We Love 'God Made a Farmer' Too Much?
Someday maybe we'll find the road between demeaning rural life and romanticizing the difficult reality of today's American farm.
Are Men Emotional Prudes?
Real intimacy comes from listening and being vulnerable, not having sex.
Why I Changed My Mind About Martin Luther King's 'I Have a Dream' Speech
I've been among those who've said its popularity has obscured King's larger message. This year, I'm reconsidering it.
Hold Baby Showers, Not Political Debates
How to approach unplanned pregnancies with Christian grace and acceptance.
Why We Fight for Campus Access
The tensions over InterVarsity's leadership requirements have been costly. But the struggle—not just the outcome—is worth it.
Why C.S. Lewis Was Wrong on Marriage (and J.R.R. Tolkien Was Right)
Lewis surrendered his central conviction when he argued for "two distinct kinds of marriage."
How to Treat Veterans in Your Church
Recognizing them and their service doesn't mean making them stand up on Sunday morning.
Seeing the Hidden Grace of Alzheimer's
Those who appear weak and foolish can be powerful conduits of God's love.
What We Can Learn About Preaching from 'Parks and Recreation'
For the moment, the sitcom seems to have forgotten to be funny. Or to be thoughtful. Or that I might even be watching.
Living Like Lance: Everybody Dopes
The sins of the infamous bicyclist are more common than we imagine.
Lance Armstrong Has Lost Nearly Everything
And if he loses it all, it could be the best thing that ever happens to him.
The Real Differences Between Mormons and Orthodox Christians
And whether they really matter in the presidency.
Todd Akin, 'Legitimate Rape,' and Gospel Healing for Victims of Sexual Assault
The controversy over the Missouri congressman's comments gives Christians a chance to understand sexual assault with wisdom and theological depth.
Thoughts from a Simple-Minded Jesus Lover
The great gay Christian debate is never-ending, one-dimensional, and somewhat pointless.
Marriage for the 99%: Seeing Family as a Social Justice Issue
How research demonstrates that marital status can predict a person's socioeconomic status.
Should We Stop Asking Jesus Into Our Hearts?
Doubting our salvation and false assurance are both exacerbated by the clichéd ways in which we speak about the gospel.
'Behavior Doesn't Interrupt Your Relationship with Christ': A Recipe for Disaster
A Wesleyan Arminian perspective on God's grace and the gravity of sin.
Let's Not Cut Christ to Pieces
Struggling with homosexuality is a paradox, but embracing homosexuality is a contradiction.
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The Uneasy Conscience of a Christian Boxing Trainer
The Uneasy Conscience of a Christian Boxing Trainer
Why it may (or may not) be okay to watch adults beat up on one another.
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