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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
Nurse Jill Stanek's lawyer calls action retaliation for prolife views.
Saddleback Valley board votes to allow all extracurricular clubs to meet at schools
Christians demand Australian government show compassion
Some Christians fear return of Daniel Ortega to the presidency of Nicaragua
Sentenced to death in 1998, Ayub Masih continues to fight baseless and concocted blasphemy charge
Our era of isolationism is over. It's time to join the world
As good as many modern versions are, they often do not allow us to hear what the Holy Spirit actually said
In the beginning, the King James Version was an attempt to thwart liberty. In the end, it promoted liberty
At Douai in Flanders, Catholic scholars translated the Bible into English as an alternative to the Bible of the heretics.
Quotations to stir heart and mind
A little knowledge of New Testament Greek can be a dangerous, or edifying, thing
A daring proposal for the future of evangelical New Testament scholarship.
In Birmingham, an innovative program combines hospice care, traditional medicine, and faith to comfort the terminally ill.
A recent study reveals how religious broadcasters actually use their airtime
Communism no longer menaces Bulgarian churches—in theory
What God invites us to call him says volumes about his relationship to us.
The challenges of being an international cop for human rights—a report by the first U.S. ambassador at large for religious freedom
Once poised for folk-rock stardom, John Michael Talbot chose a quieter path
Theology is women's work, too
Neither science nor syncretism feeds the soul
Instant informality actually sabotages true friendship
We enhance our 'image' by offering the world a realistic picture of faith