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Una Disculpa al 99% de los Cristianos de Parte del 1%
Ustedes no existen para ayudar a los líderes de ministerios profesionales a cumplir la Gran Comisión. Nosotros existimos para ayudarlos a ustedes a hacerlo.
Um Pedido de Perdão do 1% de Cristãos aos Outros 99%
Você não existe para ajudar líderes profissionais de ministérios a cumprirem a grande comissão. Nós existimos para ajudar você a cumpri-la.
Aid Cuts Threaten Central American Women and Children
IJM: Loving our neighbors abroad means giving them the kind of police we want for our own communities.
The Age of Pelagius
An ancient heresy continues to affect our culture in surprising ways.
Who’s to Blame When the Shooter Is One of Our Own?
The latest synagogue attack has shaken fellow Orthodox Presbyterians—but it implicates all of us living in a fallen world and divisive culture.
Christians Can’t Back Out of the Foster System Now
Bethany CEO: Too many kids need loving families. And that’s why we decided to comply with Michigan’s new requirements.
Six Biblical Responses to Sri Lanka’s Easter Bombings
Colombo theologian: God gives Christians the freedom to leave the revenge cycle and instead love and bless Muslims.
Mike Pence Is Coming to Taylor’s Graduation. The Class of 2019 Is Ready.
Four years of political spats on campus have prepared us for partisan divides and controversy.
America’s Farming Crisis, Laid Bare by Midwest Floods
A deeper problem lies beneath recent stories of swelling rivers, soggy small towns, and feel-good relief efforts.
Theology of the FutureSubscriber Access Only
Bible scholars, theologians, and philosophers used to work together. N.T. Wright believes they need to do so again.
Infanticide Debate Reflects a New Era for Abortion Politics
As states push for pro-choice protections, Christians have a growing obligation to defend the lives of babies born as “burdens.”
Leave Your Righteous Indignation on the Field
Aristotle taught that outrage can be a natural response, but Christ reminds us that it should be rare.
James MacDonald: Why Suing Is Sometimes the Biblical Choice
1 Corinthians 6:1-9 does not apply to every situation.
The News Won’t Set You Free (Even If It’s ‘Christian’)
How round-the-clock headlines distort our focus on eternity.
Andy Stanley: Jesus Ended the Old Covenant Once and for All
A brief response to Robert Foster on my book, ‘Irresistible.’
Brazil’s Soccer Stars Love Jesus. But They Can’t Thank Him for World Cup Wins.
What a team ban on religious celebrations reveals about evangelicals in South America’s biggest country.
The Case for Electing Beth Moore as President of the Southern Baptist Convention
Despite two strong candidates, if ever there were a time for a woman at the helm of the SBC, it’d be now.
College Board CEO: How Religious Education Helps Us Rethink the College Admissions Race
The “soulcraft” found in faith-based learning is just what higher ed needs right now.
Al Mohler: The Humiliation of the Southern Baptist Convention
Evangelicals, we can no longer say sexual misconduct is just a Roman Catholic problem.
Beyond the Nakba: 7 Ways Christians Can Affirm a Positive Future for Palestinians
How to understand the “catastrophe” of 1948 and its impact on today’s Israel.
Top Story June 18, 2019
Should Christians Praise Partial Religious Freedom?
Should Christians Praise Partial Religious Freedom?
Does good press lead to greater gains in the Muslim world? Or merely cover a multitude of sins?
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