Volume 43, Number 2
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Tough ordinances shut down porn outlets.
U.S.-supported sanctions may kill more Iraqi children than Saddam.
These top scholars are believers who want to speak to the church.
How a reviled minority has become the catalyst for bringing the gospel of grace to Spain.
If Christians are to be clothed with patience, why do so many of us feel naked?
A tiny evangelical minority has a vision for how to overcome the explosive mix of religion and nationalism.
Small churches are not miniature versions of larger congregations.
Best-selling author Max Lucado shares his struggles with prayer, goals for golf, and vision for being just like Jesus.
"I was taken by a slave master [who] beat me and shamed me, telling me that I was like a dog."
Americans fought a war to gain the kind of freedom that Canada, New Zealand, and Australia were simply given.
How Hondurans are painting their future.
Anne Lamott despised Christians but couldn't resist becoming one.
The "politically correct" movement often positions itself as an enemy of Christianity. Ironically, the gospel contributed the underpinnings that make the movement possible.