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No, Religious Freedom Doesn’t Send People to Hell
No, Religious Freedom Doesn’t Send People to Hell
Why Christians should support our government staying out of religious affairs.
The Case for Not Treating NFTs as a Scam
The Case for Not Treating NFTs as a Scam
Proprietary gifs may seem silly, but Christians have reasons to think about digital ownership.
As COVID-19 Death Tolls Rise, More Americans Want Religious Funerals
As COVID-19 Death Tolls Rise, More Americans Want Religious Funerals
The trend toward secular memorials reverses for the first time in a decade.
Evangelicals Have Made The Trinity a Means to an End. It’s Time to Change That.
Evangelicals Have Made The Trinity a Means to an End. It’s Time to Change That.
For 2,000 years, church leaders held to the same Trinitarian doctrine. How did we lose our way?
Another Big Book on Paul? Bring It On!
Another Big Book on Paul? Bring It On!
Some thoughts from a fellow Pauline scholar on Douglas Moo’s eagerly awaited, comprehensive study of the apostle’s letters.
Move Over, Daily Rhythms. Disruption Is the New Routine.
Move Over, Daily Rhythms. Disruption Is the New Routine.
As I start motherhood amid a pandemic, I’m trying to find God’s grace in the upheaval.
Why Latino Christians Treasure January 6
Why Latino Christians Treasure January 6
Christian leaders in the US on how el Día de los Reyes (Three Kings Day) brings them closer to their heritage and God.
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‘Give Us a King’: Lessons from the Capitol Sedition
‘Give Us a King’: Lessons from the Capitol Sedition
Samuel’s message to Israel about unchecked power stands true today. We should listen.
One of 2021’s Best Novels Revolves Around … a Church Youth Group?
One of 2021’s Best Novels Revolves Around … a Church Youth Group?
In “Crossroads,” Jonathan Franzen portrays the life of faith with uncanny precision and sympathy.

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