Volume 60, Number 3
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Table of Contents
When to practice civil disobedience.
The shaken conscience of a pro-life activist.
A new research method could help us get beyond political stereotypes.
And other key findings from new major research on minority US families.
Jesus’ miracles promise a better fate—including for my daughter, who died at age 32.
The outbreak hit Honduras during the third trimester of my long-awaited pregnancy.
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A snapshot of Christian witness in the world (as it appeared in our April issue).
Important developments in the church and the world (as they appeared in our April issue).
Middle Eastern evangelicals respond to modern update of Muhammad’s Medina Charter.
Churches fall victim to their own successful welcome of Pakistani refugees.
The first step in dealing with social conflict is to listen—really listen.
There's more to the story of Obed-Edom.
That he was an ethnic minority shapes how we minister today.
His latest book makes Scripture's case for itself.
Evangelicals shouldn’t forget his mission to make faith more ‘difficult.’
An excerpt from 'You Are What You Love.'
What we really need, says Kevin Seamus Hasson, is a different understanding of the ‘God’ our nation is under.
Compiled by Matt Reynolds.
In Every Issue
Responses to our January/February issue via letters, tweets, and blogs.
Why civil disobedience runs in our blood.
How many times did I need to get saved before truly loving God?