Politics+Current Affairs

Will Promise Keepers Keep Their Promises?
The best way for the movement to retain its credibility is to deliver on its racial-reconciliation pledge.
Natural Born Sinners
Gordon Aeschliman in Cairo
Missions’ New World Order
The twenty-first century calls for us to give up our nineteenth-century models for worldwide ministry.
Why We Go
Recapturing our motivation for missions.
Christians Battle Gambling
Will Christians reclaim the high ground in a battle to fight America's 'recreational pastime'?
Showdown in Blackhawk County
The Legal Road to Religious Education
Is World Ripe for Revival?
Bulgarian Protestants Resist Restrictions
Christians in Haiti Seek Help from World Churches
Huge challenges remain despite the return of Aristide.
EDITORIAL: Cairo’s Wake-up Call
Although abortion was dealt a setback at the UN population conference, post-Christian values are gaining worldwide.
ARTICLE: The Good Capitalist
Michael Novak's theology of liberation
ARTICLE: Why They Helped the Jews
What we can learn from the Righteous Gentiles of the Holocaust.
Ministers Decry 'Censorship'

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