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Subscriber Access Only From the Printing Press to the iPhone
Shane Hipps urges Christians to discern the technology spirits.
Subscriber Access Only An Entertaining Saboteur
Facebook promises to connect us to one another. Is that what you are doing right now?
Subscriber Access Only Censured Southern Baptist Critic Resigns
Wade Burleson resigned Tuesday after International Mission Board suspended him over blog's criticism.
Subscriber Access Only Laughing with Evangelicals
Joel Kilpatrick of LarkNews.com satirizes only the ones he loves.
Subscriber Access Only Technology and the Gospel
Phyllis Tickle, Brian McLaren, and others weigh in on worship and evangelism in a plugged-in age.
Subscriber Access Only A Fishy Facebook Friend
Shouldn't the Golden Rule apply in virtual reality?
Subscriber Access Only Go Figure
Recent statistics on religious websites, evangelicals and homosexual teachers, and women's roles.
Subscriber Access Only Christian Colleges' Hottest Profs?
Schools discount site that lets students publicly grade and berate faculty.
Subscriber Access Only Not-So-Quiet Time
Slate's David Plotz blogs about the Bible's many surprises.
Subscriber Access Only My Ministry Space
Youth pastors track popular networking website.
Subscriber Access Only Media in Motion
Evangelicalism's mission and message outlast evolving technologies.
Subscriber Access Only Costly Complaints
Southern Baptist pastor claims blog criticism led mission board to recommend his removal.
Subscriber Access Only Domain Game: Can Jews for Jesus Win Its Google Suit?
It's not clear whether group has right to trademark in subdomains.
Subscriber Access Only A Theoblogical Revolution
Billy Graham's vision goes from print to online, then back again.
Subscriber Access Only Crucial News Service Dies
Religious freedom champion Keston Institute shifts focus
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Top Story October 1, 2016
The Good (and Bad) News About Christian Education
The Good (and Bad) News About Christian Higher Education
‘Christian colleges are as strong as they’ve been since the 1920s,’ says historian William Ringenberg. But there are challenges on the horizon.
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