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Vote Like the World Is Watching
You may think your ballot doesn’t matter. The rest of the globe sees it differently.
Hong Kong Christians Lead Protests for Democracy
As the island city braces for another week of gridlock, faith is in the foreground.
What I'm Teaching My Kids About the Fourth of July
Why we celebrate, even in the midst of a complicated history.
America Does Not Live by Elite Consensus Alone
After World War II, a small cluster of intellectuals determined our cultural values. George Marsden says we need more voices at the table.
Subscriber Access Only Our Position on Missionaries
(Almost) everything you've heard about them is wrong.
Bob Fu Is Alive and Thriving
The exiled Chinese Christian’s autobiography gives hope for all who suffer persecution for their faith.
After Military Kills 500 Protesters, Islamists Take Out Anger on Egyptian Christians
(UPDATED) Bible Society director: 'Most Egyptians expected the violence. Nevertheless, it is heartbreaking to watch on TV this bloodshed between fellow Egyptians unfolding before our eyes.'
Subscriber Access Only Syria's Last Chance
As violence surges and diplomacy fails, Christians, Muslims, and Druze advocate for reconciliation and democracy.
Subscriber Access Only Jesus: Democratic King
Our most cherished democratic values are grounded in Jesus' sovereign authority.
Subscriber Access Only Syria's Christians Back Assad
Church leaders say the embattled president should stay on.
Subscriber Access Only America as a Christian Nation? Cherry-Picking from the Past
Christian claims about the United States' origins need grounding in historical fact.
Subscriber Access Only The Curse of Blasphemy Laws
An upsurge of democracy should bring religious freedom to the Muslim world.
The Muslim Brotherhood and the Gospel of Christ
Why Egypt's Christians might actually be safer if the Muslim Brotherhood were a part of the ruling government.
Egyptian Christians Reflect on Moment in History
Born and baptized in blood, the Church in Egypt is hardly a newcomer to hardship, notes Egypt's Anglican bishop.
The United States Needs an Ambassador for Religious Freedom Now
The Obama administration must send a clear signal to Egypt and the Middle East that they must embrace religious freedom in full.
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Should Adulterous Pastors Be Restored?
Should Adulterous Pastors Be Restored?
The Bible's teaching about returning fallen ministers to the pulpit.
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