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The CT Archives are a rich treasure of biblical wisdom and insight from our past. Some things we would say differently today, and some stances we've changed. But overall, we're amazed at how relevant so much of this content is. We trust that you'll find it a helpful resource. - Mark Galli, editor-in-chief
In a society strongly marked by "rights" rather than social obligation, everything becomes negotiable.
Churches reject funds tainted by gambling.
Non-Orthodox Christians have less religious freedom than a year ago.
Does religion in schools favor Catholics?
Turning your life around is not a do-it-yourself project.
What we need to know about this often misunderstood Middle Eastern parable.
What kind of world would this be if people were rewarded for squandering their families' inheritance?
The early church debated whether apostate Christians could be forgiven again.
When my prodigal son left our world, it sent me on a sojourn as well.
The Clinton factor and tensions with the GOP test the mettle of religious conservatives.
A Jewish rabbi asks: Why shouldn't abortion in Israel be compared to the mass murder of Jewish children in Hitler's Europe?
The surprisingly relevant advice of a Dutch statesman for engaging postmodern culture.
The temptation is to appeal to "common sense" as to what is time-bound and what is not.
Moms absorb insanely conflicted messages about what they should or should not do.
A dying Nazi asked concentration-camp inmate Simon Wiesenthal for forgiveness—and so he asks us, What would you have said?
Lewis saw belief in heaven not as wishful thinking, but as thoughtful wishing.
More than a million people have died in North Korea during three years of floods and drought.
Croatian Miroslav Volf wanted to love his Serbian enemies; the Prodigal's father is showing him how.