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Dying Decisions: Should Relatives Intervene?
Christian thinkers weigh in on whether family or friends should intervene if a terminally ill Christian decides against life-extending treatment.
Should Christians Smoke Medical Marijuana?
Observers weigh in on pot morality.
What's Wrong with Credit Card Debt?
Observers weigh in on debt's indication of lack of faith, danger, and potential immorality.
Should the Jobless Tithe Unemployment Benefits?
Observers discuss a stewardship dilemma.
Illegal Immigrants in the Church?
Christian thinkers weigh in on what churches should do about meeting the sojourner.
Give to Street People?
Christian thinkers weigh in on whether Christians should always give money to people on the street who ask for it.
New Limits on Religious Freedom
Discussion: Should Christians support laws that ban Muslim women from wearing the face veil in public?
Mixing Jesus into Populist Politics
What place do Christians have in the tea party movement?
The Ethics of Promoting Democracy
Should the U.S. stay militarily involved in Afghanistan?
God's Word for Each Person—Worldwide
Should Christians continue to smuggle Bibles into China?
Frozen Embryos: Biotech's Hidden Dilemma
What should be done with frozen embryos left at fertility clinics?
Green Plus Christian Isn't New Math
How concerned Christians should be about environmental care.
Origins and the Scientific Community
Karl Giberson, Stephen C. Meyer, and Marcus Ross chart ways intelligent design can gain academic credibility.
Better Ways to Deliver God's Word
Mark Labberton, Kate Bruce, and Keith Drury discuss better ways to deliver God's Word.
Reforming Immigration
Samuel Rodriguez, James Hoffmeier, and David Skeel chart the best road to approach 'the stranger.'
Lent—Why Bother?
Three authors weigh the merits of observing Lent.
Premarital Abstinence
What's the best way to encourage people to save sex for the covenant of marriage?
Help That Makes a Difference
What's the biggest change needed in how charities and federal agencies deliver aid to developing nations?
The Best and Worst New Tech
Which new technologies hold the most promise—and the most peril—for use in church ministries?
Speak Out Publicly
The pro-life movement needs people who are willing to speak out in the public square.

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