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Subscriber Access Only ARTICLE: The Good Capitalist
Michael Novak's theology of liberation
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Are Short-Term Missions Good Stewardship?
More than two million teens go on such trips every year, and giving may exceed that given to long-term missionaries. But is short-term ministry built to last?
Subscriber Access Only Death Tax Resurrected
Churches and nonprofits poised to benefit from estate gifts.
Subscriber Access Only Popping the Fraud Bubble
More churches seek protection as scams continue to unfold.
Subscriber Access Only 'Tithing' by Douglas LeBlanc
For John and Sylvia Ronsvalle, tithing is not only a matter of obeying God.
Culturally Focusing on the Family
How hipster evangelicals have fallen into the same consumerist traps as their parents.
Subscriber Access Only Fleecing the Faithful—Again: Former YWAM Leader Defrauds Many
A Swedish Christian businessman swindled friends, family, and missionaries of millions of dollars.
1,500 Pastors Who Deliberately Broke Politics Law Gain Unexpected Ally
Expert panel argues ban on pastor political endorsements from pulpit should be dropped. (But most pastors disagree.)
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Joyce Meyer Responds to Critics, Shifts Income Source
Amid cancellation and watchdog's call for IRS investigation, evangelist defends finances.
Subscriber Access Only Haggard's Overseers Squash Fundraising Letter
He'll be seeking secular employment, not ministry, they said.
Subscriber Access Only Surviving the Mortgage Crisis
Most Christian lenders remain strong during sub-prime debacle.
Subscriber Access Only Study: Conservative Theology Means Smaller Bank Accounts
Duke sociologist says conservative Protestants save less and accumulate fewer assets.
Subscriber Access Only Prayer at the Pump
The upside of $4-a-gallon gas.
Subscriber Access Only Tighter Times for Christian Financial World
Interbank lending crisis is hitting where subprime mortgages missed.
Subscriber Access Only What's Wrong with Credit Card Debt?
Observers weigh in on debt's indication of lack of faith, danger, and potential immorality.
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A Word Can Be Worth a Thousand Pictures
A Word Can Be Worth a Thousand Pictures
Why the pulpit—and not the screen—still belongs at the center of our churches.
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