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We Can't Do Everything
But we can change systems to protect the poor, and that requires cooperation on all fronts.
Q & A: Nikki Haley on Faith, the 'War on Women,' and Why She Would Say No to VP
The governor of South Carolina doesn't wear faith on her sleeve, but she's open about her Sikh to Christianity conversion.
Subscriber Access Only Letters to the Editor
Readers respond to the June issue.
Choosing Life, When Cancer Fears Are Everywhere
How irrational fear can make us lose sight of God's sovereignty.
Glee: Stereotype Me!
Why the introduction of a stereotypical Christian character on the popular show Glee could be reason to celebrate.
Fear Itself
Voters are afraid of the future. Should we be?
Is the New Sin List for Everyone?
Why feel guilty about gluttony when you can feel righteous about recycling?
Chilean Miner: 'God Has Never Left Us'
Trapped miners owe a lot of their sanity to the 34th person in the tiny underground community.
Subscriber Access Only The Case Against 'Radical' Christianity
Michael Horton's message to restless believers: Stay put, and build the church.
Poverty Has Many Enemies
The solution does not require a choice between individuals and institutions.
Tackling Doubt after Divorce: Not Your Typical Chick-Lit Novel
Sarah Healy's 'Can I Get an Amen?' deals with faith and life in an honest, compelling way.
The Soul of Your Soles: Why Women Love Shoes
Celebrating those 'bursts of beauty that defy the mundane.'
'Why I Hate Religion But Love Jesus': To Adore or Abhor?
What we can take away from the viral video that elicited such visceral reactions.
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Jesus and 'Jingle Bell Rock'
Jesus and 'Jingle Bell Rock'
I’ve learned that there’s no dividing line between ‘American Christmas’ and ‘Christian Christmas.’
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