Speaking Out

Goodbye Charity
Churches and charitable institutions provide services that some politicians feel belong to the federal government.
The Empty Promise of Embryonic Stem Cell Research
Why scientific breakthroughs make the destruction of human embryos obsolete.
Keeping the Commandments
The Supreme Court is thinking more clearly about religious symbols in public life.
Is the Stimulus Act Anti-Religious?
The stimulus bill included a caveat that federal funds may not be used for religious worship.
A Promising Start for Obama's Faith-Based Office
Why we are encouraged — and still have a major concern.
Memo to Worship Bands
Five sound reasons to lower the volume.
Ted Haggard's Facebook
A former New Life Church staffer watches the documentary.
It's Never Been about the Abstinence Pledge Itself
Researchers should ask what causes teens to abstain, not whether a public vow is a magic bullet.
How to Help Orphans
Orphanages are not always the best answer.
Recovering Church History: Exile from Babylon
The Iraqi Christian community, now nearly gone, was the church's center for a millennium.
Diagnosing Jos
Political problems don't always have political solutions.
Escaping the Bullets
A speaking tour in India led to a few close calls.
Giving Is from God
The ministry of giving evokes gratitude to God because its source is rooted in his grace.
Violence Smothers Jos in Smoke
Peace eludes us.
Listening and Learning in the Middle East
What it means to act as an advocate for global engagement.
Changing of the Guard
What happens to the Religious Right?
Who Is in Charge of Our Pulpits?
Pulpit Freedom Sunday was about bringing kingdom principles to bear on contemporary social problems, not seizing political power.
The Engine of the Market
It's not capital. Why wealthy evangelicals and others need to reconsider executive compensation.
Pity for a Devastated Wall Street
The difficulty in times like this is treating the powerful with justice.
God Is In Control During the Financial Crisis
God often uses adversity for his greatest blessings and the markets are his.

Top Story May 7, 2021

India’s Christians Ask for Prayer as Virus Overwhelms Crematoriums
India’s Christians Ask for Prayer as Virus Overwhelms Crematoriums
Severe oxygen shortage one of many challenges as India suffers the world’s worst surge of COVID-19 cases and deaths.

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