Volume 61, Number 7
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Table of Contents
How a memorial could help lead America—and Christians—to repentance from a dark history.
How Scripture records God consistently defending the humanity and dignity of women against sexual violence and exploitation.
A Los Angeles church seeks the good of its neighborhood by confronting crime and environmental distress.
Baylor University president Linda Livingstone helps the school navigate one of the largest scandals in US collegiate athletics.
If He wants to have meaningful relationship with us, it will require dialogue.
Asylum seekers and immigrants are big part of the Reformation’s 500th anniversary in Germany.
Supreme Court decision could change playing field for school choice movement.
Important developments in the church and the world (as they appeared in our September issue).
Native Christians still wrestle with how their culture fits into their churches.
It turns out that lustily fighting for the truth isn’t what God asks of us.
We’re too quick to ignore one of Paul’s most persistent warnings.
Living in the tension between present promise and future fulfillment.
The goal isn't merely getting closer to God, but making a difference in everyday life.
Why congregational worship is a feast we prepare all week long.
Compiled by Matt Reynolds.
How the church can come to the aid of sufferers and their loved ones.
An excerpt from 'Hope for the Prodigal.'
In Every Issue
Why redemption is sweeter without selective memory.
Responses to our June issue via Facebook posts, tweets, and emails.
Why I follow Jesus publicly, even when people warn that my career will suffer.
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