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We’ve No Less Days to Sing God’s Praise, But New Worship Songs Only Last a Few Years
We’ve No Less Days to Sing God’s Praise, But New Worship Songs Only Last a Few Years
A study finds an increasingly rapid turnover time for church music.
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Around the Corner and Around the World
Learning to love our neighbors near and far
5 Ways Nonbelievers Are Drawn to God Without Knowing It
5 Ways Nonbelievers Are Drawn to God Without Knowing It
How the Bible’s doctrine of humanity gives us hope for reaching even the hardest of hearts.
This Christmas, Hold on to the Right Things
This Christmas, Hold on to the Right Things
Keeping a loose grip on people and possessions makes us more hopeful.
Kristin Du Mez Tells Me How Evangelicals Fell in Love with John Wayne
The Russell Moore ShowEpisode 7|50 min
Kristin Du Mez Tells Me How Evangelicals Fell in Love with John Wayne
Moore and Du Mez discuss what the history of masculinity in American evangelicalism means for us today.
Viability Is No Way to Judge a Human Life
Viability Is No Way to Judge a Human Life
As the Supreme Court hears arguments on abortion law, bad rulings should get tossed out for good. So should the “surviveability” standard.
The Worst (and Best) Passage for Generosity Sermons
The Worst (and Best) Passage for Generosity Sermons
The widow’s mite story is about more than her sacrificial giving.
Finding the Signatures of Bible Kings, Ancient Villains, and More
How Archaeologists Are Finding the Signatures of Bible Kings, Ancient Villains, and Maybe a Prophet
Wet sifting brings us closer than ever to the world of Jeremiah, Isaiah, and Hezekiah.

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