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Subscriber Access Only Genocide Up Close and Personal
Journalist Mindy Belz gives a brave firsthand account of persecution in the Middle East.
Religion's Place in a Religiously Violent World
Why it's significant that Rabbi Jonathan Sacks won the Templeton Prize
Tarantino's Incarnational Aesthetic
Quentin Tarantino is an unlikely contributor to the theology of Incarnation.
Why I'm Not a Conscientious Objector
I can't condemn war in the way my Anabaptist friends so quickly do.
Prayer Shaming After San Bernardino Shooting: What's ‘Doing Something’?
Debate rages over whether prayers without gun control are worthless when it comes to mass shootings.
On ‘Thoughts and Prayers’ After the San Bernardino Shooting
Prayer—and lament—is the proper first response to tragedy.
Colorado Springs Pastor Killed in Planned Parenthood Shooting
(UPDATED) Attack at abortion clinic leaves three dead and nine wounded.
Why Are There Only 53 Christians Among America’s 2,184 Syrian Refugees?
Amid claims of discrimination, World Relief points to other explanations.
What 'The Hunger Games' Taught Three Millennials
But does Katniss actually endorse the Hunger Games?
Why Presidential Candidates Can’t Ignore Black Lives Matter
And neither can Christians.
Burning Black Churches Rekindle Old Fears
(UPDATED) Arson suspected in spate of six St. Louis church fires in nine days.
What We Can Learn from the NFL’s Domestic Violence Problem
Like NFL wife Dorothy Newton, many victims of abuse suffer in silence.
School Shooting Survivor: How I Stopped Being Afraid
Trusting God in an unsafe world.
Roseburg Pastors: ‘This Is Our 9/11’
Ministers ask for prayer as they counsel mourners, prepare for funerals.
Subscriber Access Only The Black Church: A Necessary Refuge
I learned at age five that many US churches are unsafe for black people.
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Reading Esther in the Shadow of ISIS
Reading Esther in the Shadow of ISIS
A Jewish philosopher’s perspective on how God delivers his people from radical evil.
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