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Subscriber Access Only A Portrait of America’s First Atheists
What life was like for unbelievers long before Christopher Hitchens and company arrived on the scene.
A Portrait of America's First Atheists. What life was like for unbelievers long before Christopher Hitchens and company arrived on the scene. Timothy Larsen
How to Address America’s Foster Care Crisis? It Takes a Village
The next wave of the evangelical adoption movement will rely on the church's support.
The next wave of the evangelical adoption movement will rely on the church's support.
The Singular Humility of America's Only Ordained President
In 1880, James A. Garfield won the country's highest office. He never wanted it.
The Singular Humility of America's Only Ordained President. In 1880, James A. Garfield won the country's highest office. He never wanted it. Brannon
Mission Fields on the Move
The massive global migration we see today presents unparalleled opportunities for ministry.
migrant people. Spain is geographically situated between Europe and Africa, and tied to the Americas by three centuries as an imperial power. As such
Here's Where America's 338,000 Christian Refugees Come From
Evangelical, Catholic, Baptist, Pentecostal, and other resettled believers hail from quite different countries.
Here's Where America's 338,000 Christian Refugees Come From. Evangelical, Catholic, Baptist, Pentecostal, and other resettled believers hail from quite different countries.
America’s Reading Crisis Is Much Worse Than You Think
A teacher's plea for the church to give the gift of literacy.
A teacher's plea for the church to give the gift of literacy.
Morning Roundup 4/14/15
Time to Think; Global Christianity; Abraham Lincoln
quarter of all Christians live in Europe (26%). A plurality – more than a third – now are in the Americas (37%). About one in every four Christians lives
Some Perspective on Millennials Serving in Ministry
What are we to think about Millennials as future leaders of the ministry?
landscape. Pew Research Center. Retrieved from http://www.pewforum.org/ 2015/05/12/americas-changing-religious-landscape/. [2] Mabry, JR (2013).
Christian College Will Auction Rare Bibles To Preserve Others
Some debate whether Gordon College's Vining Collection should stay together.
The collection included early parchments of the Greek New Testament, the first edition of Martin Luther's German Bible, and copies of the first Bibles printed in the Americas in a Native
Pew: Religious Hostility Reaches Six-Year High Worldwide
(UPDATED) An update on the groundbreaking global quantification of religious freedom by the Pew Research Center.
Europe saw the highest increase of government restrictions in 2012, while the Americas was the only region where social hostilities did not increase.
Will Utah Eventually End America's Same-Sex Marriage Debate?
The final ruling on Kitchen v. Herbert could accomplish what DOMA and Prop. 8 cases failed to do.
Will Utah Eventually End America's Same-Sex Marriage Debate? The final ruling on Kitchen v. Herbert could accomplish what DOMA and Prop. 8 cases failed to do.
Educational Inequity Demands a Christian Response
Futures depend on it.
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Ferrell Foster is director of ethics and justice for the Texas Baptist Christian Life Commission. Translation by Elsa Romero of the Baptist University of the Americas in San Antonio.
Leading Rabbi Nominated as First Non-Christian Religious Freedom Ambassador
Obama nomination of David Saperstein will require strong Senate support.
A quick read of the executive summary shows that no major region of the world, from the Americas, to the EU zone and Asia, has been completely free of abuse of religious freedom by
Sunday Journeys—Paróquia Anglicana Espírito Santo in Recife, Brazil
A visit with a great Brazilian church!
The church recently left the Anglican Church in Brazil and is now affiliated with the Anglican Church of the Americas. It's the largest Anglican church in Brazil.
A Growing Gap: How Black and White Christians Now Think About Race
New findings from major study on religion and race show who thinks 'separate but equal' is sufficient, and who wants to stop talking about race altogether.
"We do not live in a post-racial nation, the [new 2012 results] suggests, but in a land of two Americas divided by race, and less willing than ever to find a common ground of
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The Good (and Bad) News About Christian Education
The Good (and Bad) News About Christian Higher Education
‘Christian colleges are as strong as they’ve been since the 1920s,’ says historian William Ringenberg. But there are challenges on the horizon.
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