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A Humble Political Influencer Gets His Crowns in Heaven
At least, that’s what I expect for the late Michael Cromartie.
Why Christian Scholars Loved Peter Berger
His sympathetic treatment of faith made him a rock star among Christ-following academics.
16 Scholars, Authors, and Celebs Evangelicals Lost in 2016
Remembering Thomas Oden, Peter Wagner, Cliff Barrows, Gordon Lewis, and others.
In Memory: The Man Who Brought Harmony to Billy Graham’s Ministry
Music director Cliff Barrows served for decades with a peaceful spirit and joyful song.
The DJ Making the Angels Rap
Christian hip-hop remembers the legacy of the late DJ Official.
Jerry B. Jenkins: The Tim LaHaye I Knew
I saw the softer side of a man famous for strong opinions.
Remembering Prince: A Pop Music Priest in a Secular World
He seemed to defy mortal boundaries, but in fact, he showed us the glory of simply being made in God's image.
The Humble Coach Behind Celebrity Christianity
Remembering the tenacity and ironies of Fellowship of Christian Athletes founder Don McClanen.
Lyle Schaller, Preeminent Church Consultant, Dies at 91
No one may have advised more churches in the 20th century. Mine was one.
Remembering Andrae Crouch, Dead at 72
The gospel music legend combined Saturday night with Sunday morning.
Dallas Willard, a Man from Another 'Time Zone'
He wrote and taught like no one else on the 'with-God life.'
Remembering Charles Colson, a Man Transformed
The real story of how "Nixon's hatchet man" ended up in, out, and back in prison (and the White House), shaping a movement in the process.
Mark Hatfield Changed My Life in Three Minutes
The senator bucked easy categories, even in citing a simple verse.
A Liberating Woman: A Reflection on the Founder of Christians for Biblical Equality
Catherine Clark Kroeger championed women’s equality without budging on scriptural authority.
Remembering David Wilkerson
How the pastor/evangelist shaped the Pentecostal and evangelical movements—and the world.
Behind the Scenes
Allan C. Emery exemplified a life of quiet service.
The Radical Conservative
Richard John Neuhaus helped inspire a generation of evangelicals to participate boldly in the public square.
Richard John Neuhaus: Witness to Truth
A First Things junior fellow remembers the man whose life was spent 'witnessing to the truth.'
Freedom Is Not Our Goal
Solzhenitsyn's death reminds us about freedom's cost and biblical purpose.
The Healing Pen
Philip Yancey writes to save his past—and others' futures.

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