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Ratzinger's New 'Impossible Job'
What the new pope believes about the papacy, and whether he might change it.
Subscriber Access Only Conservative Evangelicals Say New Pope Speaks Their Moral Language
"He's going to hold the line," says Norm Geisler.
Subscriber Access Only Good Works Not Enough
Latest papal document urges Roman Catholics to win souls.
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The Imprimatur of Happiness
In Pope Benedict's hands, Christian joy becomes the antidote to modern meaninglessness.
Why Evangelical Leaders Love Pope Benedict XVI (And His Resignation)
Theologians and pastors felt kinship in his passion for theology and his stances on social issues.
Subscriber Access Only Why the Pope Didn't Mention Netanya
Plus: John Roberts's church, British patient loses right-to-food case, and other stories from online sources around the world.
Subscriber Access Only From Bishop to President
Vatican reluctantly grants Paraguayan Fernando Lugo's request to step down.
Subscriber Access Only A Pope for All Christians
Why believers of all stripes should care about the new head of the Catholic Church.
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Can We Dialogue with Islam?
What 38 Muslim scholars said to the pope in a little-known open letter.
Subscriber Access Only A Unifying Vocation
Why development work and gospel work cannot be put asunder.
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Anselm, Pope Benedict XVI, and Us
Why the medieval theologian is as contemporary as ever—and a blessing to evangelicals.
Subscriber Access Only Christian Decline Stalls
Reports of U.K. church's death may be premature.
Subscriber Access Only Straight Talk from the Pope on the Biotech Century
The "anti-Genesis" of those who play God, and why the biotech business needs to take ethics seriously.
Subscriber Access Only Why You Can't Just 'Love Your Neighbor'
According to Benedict XVI's new encyclical, trying to love people without knowing the truth about them leads to mere sentiment and will do them harm.
Subscriber Access Only Bush Discusses Iraq and AIDS With Pope in First Meeting
At Easter message, Benedict XVI had lamented, "nothing positive comes out of Iraq."
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The Softer Face of Calvinism
The Softer Face of Calvinism
Reformed theology is more irenic and diverse than you think, says theologian Oliver Crisp.
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