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Where Are the Other Fake Fragments of the Dead Sea Scrolls?
Where Are the Other Fake Fragments of the Dead Sea Scrolls?
Sixteen forgeries have been discovered so far in the collections of unsuspecting evangelicals. Experts have suspicions about many more.
How to Fake a Fragment of the Dead Sea Scrolls
How to Fake a Fragment of the Dead Sea Scrolls
And other things you wanted to ask an expert in forged biblical antiquities.
Ten Things You (Probably) Don’t Know About C. S. Lewis
Ten Things You (Probably) Don’t Know About C. S. Lewis
Unusual facts and common misunderstandings that take your knowledge beyond Narnia.
He Will Come Again in Glory
Week 1: He Will Come Again in Glory
Advent devotional readings from Christianity Today.
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The Night after Christmas, It Was Still Dark
The Night after Christmas, It Was Still Dark
How the story of the shepherds changes our view of suffering.
God Pops Up: Horn of Africa
God Pops Up: Horn of Africa
When Juwan, a man from a tiny Ethiopian village, found Jesus, he heard about taking the gospel ‘to the ends of the earth.’ He knew exactly where to start.
Supreme Court Blocks New York’s Worship Service Restrictions
Supreme Court Blocks New York’s Worship Service Restrictions
It’s the first time during the pandemic the high court has sided with churches and synagogues challenging the new rules on religious liberty grounds.
Life and Death in ‘The Land of the Clouds’
Life and Death in ‘The Land of the Clouds’
In the mountains of Papua, missionaries and Indonesian professionals serve the lost together.
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How a Pastor Got Fired Over Cranberries
How a Pastor Got Fired Over Cranberries
Worry about present hardships and trouble distorts our faith in God’s future.
Coronavirus Kills Orthodox Leader Appreciated by Protestants and Catholics
Coronavirus Kills Orthodox Leader Appreciated by Protestants and Catholics
Patriarch Irinej of the Serbian Orthodox Church died after attending funeral of Montenegro counterpart who also had COVID-19.
Our November Issue: An Ocean of Need
Our November Issue: An Ocean of Need
How can we care for the sick when we don’t have the cash?
Joy That Won’t Wither
Joy That Won’t Wither
Politics fade. Our hope endures forever.
The Case for Vocational Singleness
The Case for Vocational Singleness
What if singles spent time discerning a call to “undivided devotion to the Lord”?
Sometimes, Telling Us More About the Pilgrims Actually Tells Us Less
Sometimes, Telling Us More About the Pilgrims Actually Tells Us Less
A new study touches on many factors that shaped life in Plymouth Colony. But the most important one gets lost in the laundry list.
Tigray Crisis Tests Ethiopian Christians Along Ethnic Lines
Tigray Crisis Tests Ethiopian Christians Along Ethnic Lines
As Abiy’s military closes in on TPLF forces, thousands flee to Sudan.
Racial Minorities Were More Likely to Contract COVID-19 at Churches
Research: Racial Minorities Were More Likely to Contract COVID-19 at Churches
Cell phone location data indicated religious gatherings appeared to be a top transmission spot when the pandemic took off.

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How to Fake a Fragment of the Dead Sea Scrolls
How to Fake a Fragment of the Dead Sea Scrolls
And other things you wanted to ask an expert in forged biblical antiquities.

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