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St. Patrick

Before St. Patrick became the figurehead for a day of Irish national pride, he was a local hero who fought against human trafficking, championed evangelism, and engaged in discipleship. As a teenage boy, he was taken from Wales by Irish raiders and sold into slavery. He eventually escaped and returned to his family, but instead of returning to a normal life, he joined the church and returned to Ireland...

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Lent

Lent marks a 40-day period on the church calendar leading up to the celebration of Easter. During Lent, Christians have traditionally engaged in practices of self-denial, like fasting, meant to orient their hearts and minds to the sufferings of Christ, who spent 40 days in the desert fasting and enduring temptations from Satan. While many evangelicals reject Lenten disciplines for their associations...

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Contraception

With the advent of technologies that allow people to begin life outside the womb or end it the "morning after" fertilization, evangelicals have been rethinking their position on contraception. Some are simply more careful about its use, others reject contraception altogether. But while evangelicals have generally supported contraceptives, they largely opposed recent healthcare legislation mandating...

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The Dance of Suffering and Love
The Dance of Suffering and Love
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