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Subscriber Access Only The Dissatisfaction of Francis Schaeffer, Part 2
Thirteen years after his death, Schaeffer's vision and frustrations continue to haunt evangelicalism.
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Current Religious Thought: Abraham Kuyper: A Man for This Season
The surprisingly relevant advice of a Dutch statesman for engaging postmodern culture.
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The Rise and Fall of the Daily Office
Structured daily prayers can be traced back to the times of David and Daniel
Subscriber Access Only Mom, We Salute You
Mother's Day and Memorial Day were meant to go together
Subscriber Access Only How the Early Church Saw Heaven
The first Christians had very specific ideas about who they would meet in the afterlife
Subscriber Access Only Evangelicalism's Decades of Fire
New historical survey highlights twentieth-century evangelicalism's impassioned middle decades
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Abortion and the Court
The Roe v. Wade decision runs counter to the moral sense of the American people
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A Primer on Paul
"The History Channel uses Holy Saturday not to discuss Jesus, but the apostle who spread his message."
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"Weblog: Religion Up, Church Attendance Not"
"The Shelter Now trial goes back to court, reporters judge the Pope's health up close, and other stories from around the world."
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God's Message in the Language of Events
"In the face of evil, we must focus on keeping our hearts right"
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A Wake-Up Call to Become Global Christians
"The deadly attacks on America will provoke many responses, but Christians are commanded to love our neighbors."
Subscriber Access Only Forget 'Normal'
C.S. Lewis's warning against panic during World War II resonates in our new crisis
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How to Confront a Theocracy
The most effective way to address the human rights disaster in Saudi Arabia may be to let Muhammad do the talking
Subscriber Access Only Preaching
Quotations to stir the heart and mind
Subscriber Access Only Between Extremes
"Church leaders didn't like Pelagius's ideas about free will, but they've never been able to avoid them completely"
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