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Christianity and the American Revolution: A Gallery of Christians in the CauseSubscriber Access Only
Five devout champions of liberty and revolution.
and neglect. Upon his death in 1794, it was said, “A great man has fallen in Israel.”. John Jay (1745–1829). Reluctant revolutionary. Though considered
Wallis Calls Bush Plan 'Criminal'Subscriber Access Only
Plus: Dallas Morning News shuts its religion section, House vote on stem cells won't beat veto, and other stories from online sources around the world.
Plus: Dallas Morning News shuts its religion section, House vote on stem cells won't beat veto, and other stories from online sources around the world.
Roadblocks and Voting BlocsSubscriber Access Only
Today's evangelicals are committed to peace—not just security—for Israel
Roadblocks and Voting Blocs. Today's evangelicals are committed to peace—not just security—for Israel. Christianity Today editorial| August 1, 2003.
In the Beginning Was the Holocaust?Subscriber Access Only
Blasphemy, rage, memory, and meaning of the Shoah
Note that the fledgling State of Israel, which had to fight to win its existence, intended to commemorate not only the victims in the concentration camps but also those Jews who had died
Spurgeon on JabezSubscriber Access Only
What history's most prolific preacher said, in 1871, about the Prayer of Jabez.
year 1871, standing before his congregation at the Metropolitan Tabernacle in London, Spurgeon took as his text 1 Chronicles 4:10: "Now Jabez called on the God of Israel, saying, 'Oh
Remains of the DaySubscriber Access Only
Scholars dismiss filmmakers' assertions that Jesus and his family were buried in Jerusalem.
The construction team reported the finding to authorities, and a team of archaeologists from the Israel Antiquities Authority came to examine the site.
The Anabaptists: A Gallery of Factions, Friends and FoesSubscriber Access Only
He also married that year. His first tract pointed out the fallacies of Münster and proclaimed that Jesus Christ is the Spiritual David, King of Israel. The
Conservative Episcopal Priest Removed from ChurchSubscriber Access Only
Plus: two die from morning-after pill, reactions to John Roberts's nomination, rallying against Gaza pullout, and more articles from online sources around the world.
Britain to blame for bombings | The extremist group Choudary led, Muhajiroun, had called for creating an Islamic state in Britain and praised suicide attacks in Israel and elsewhere; the
'U.S. Credibility Hangs on Whether It Can Do Justice for the Palestinians'Subscriber Access Only
A Palestinian Christian and former PCUSA moderator talks about his faith and critiques Bush's road map to peace in the Middle East
His earliest memory is leaving his village—and his mother—in 1948, when war broke out between Arab nations and the newly born Israel. The prophets said Israel would return.
Rush Limbaugh: An Ego on Loan from GodSubscriber Access Only
Constantly, the prophets exhorted Israel to repent of corporate sin, and there is nothing wrong with exhorting America to do the same. In fact, it probably needs to be done more often.
Why Muslims Follow JesusSubscriber Access Only
The results of a recent survey of converts from Islam.
An Algerian woman had a vision that her Muslim grandmother came into her room and said, "Jesus is not dead; he is here." In Israel, an Arab dreamed that his deceased father said
Of Czechs, Sex, and WrecksSubscriber Access Only
Random musings on the U.S. soccer team, World Cup prostitution, and Big Ben's bad bike crash.
The prophet wrote: "This is what the Sovereign LORD, the Holy One of Israel, says: 'In repentance and rest is your salvation, in quietness and trust is your strength, but you would have
Why the Presidency Will Stay ProtestantSubscriber Access Only
Plus: Religious tensions flare in Russia, Anglican bishop apologizes for gay ad, and other dispatches from the world's media about Christians and Christianity
As Pope John Paul II prepares a trip to Israel next month, the Catholic church is seemingly stepping up its support of an independent Palestinian state.
The Fulfillment of Prophecy Right Before Our EyesSubscriber Access Only
Walking among Lebanon's Christians.
Leonard H. Rodgers| August 30, 2006. The following article is part of our ongoing effort to provide a variety of Christian perspectives on the Israel-Lebanon conflict.
Three Faces of GreedSubscriber Access Only
Another vice that looks like a virtue.
But Jezebel, his queen, acting under the banner of entitlement—" Are you the king of Israel or not?" (1 Kings 21:7, nlt)—arranged for Naboth's death and seized the vineyard.
Fighting Engulfs a Christian Hospital in JerusalemSubscriber Access Only
Lutherans call conflict on their hospital grounds an affront to humanitarian purposes.
peace," he said. Kippels said he had appealed to the authorities in Israel to ensure that the hospital did not become a battleground. However, although
Scalia Says State Should Not Be Neutral to ReligionSubscriber Access Only
Plus: Flying Anglican bishops, Kristof at it again, clergy in Canada turn to the union, the Air Force and Christianity, Thanksgiving ministry, and more articles from online sources around the world.
As attacks rise in France, Jews flock to Israel | In France, rising anti-Semitic attacks by Muslim immigrants and the anti-Israel bias of the French government and media had made life
Low Expectations Follow Annapolis SummitSubscriber Access Only
Evangelicals disagree on how to pursue peace, but agree that the renewed Israeli-Palestinian talks may accomplish little.
Evangelicals disagree on how to pursue peace, but agree that the renewed Israeli-Palestinian talks may accomplish little.
Middle East: Prepared for Pilgrims?Subscriber Access Only
As Christian tourism surges, Holy Land believers brave troubled future.
"I carry the conflict. It's me, the conflict: Palestinian, Arab Christian, and citizen of Israel."Hating the Jews? We don't need that. On both sides, we have enough martyrs.
The Link: Christian History TodaySubscriber Access Only
Combining Christian convictions and scholarly conventions, two historians create very different blends.
In the Bible, history is written from that perspective. Here are God's many works with the people of Israel, or Here's what God was doing in the church.
Hillsong’s Global Appeal, Explained by Sociologists
Hillsong’s Global Appeal, Explained by Sociologists
Australian worship movement flourishes in both post-communist Budapest and post-church Seattle because it confronts the historical establishment.
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