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In the Beginning Is SilenceSubscriber Access Only
Why Christian activity should start with non-activity.
The Healing of Willow Creek
Misguided loyalty harmed this historic congregation. True loyalty can redeem it.
A Great and Terrible Nation
Understanding our history, and how that might frame our Fourth of July prayers.
Jesus Is Lord. Period.Subscriber Access Only
We’re rendering unto Caesar too much time and attention.
Loving Our Neighbors Knows No Borders—Even Political Ones
Along the way, we may be able to show people Jesus.
God Hates Gun ViolenceSubscriber Access Only
We American Christians have a biblical call to reduce firearm deaths in our land.
God’s Peace Is Not Always God’sSubscriber Access Only
How to know when our feelings are truly from the Spirit.
It Is Not Good for Man—Or Immigrant—To Be Alone
Why pro-family immigration policy is God-honoring and good for the country.
The Lord’s Prayer’s Hard PleaSubscriber Access Only
Does God lead us into temptation? Do we have to ask him not to?
Political Exegesis: On Mulligans and Turning Cheeks
What Tony Perkins gets almost right and Jerry Falwell Jr. gets wrong.
One Does Not Simply Leave EvangelicalismSubscriber Access Only
We agree: It’s a broken word describing broken people in a broken movement. It’s still Good News.
The Biggest Loser in the Alabama Election
It’s not Republicans or Democrats, but Christian witness.
In Defense of Pro-Life ‘Hypocrisy’Subscriber Access Only
Analogies between abortion and other “life issues” are shakier than we sometimes suppose.
What’s a Christian to Do with Statements and Confessions? Subscriber Access Only
Public pressure to sign or abstain from them undermines their greatest value.
The Use of Nuclear Weapons Is Inherently Evil
No earthly leader gets the ‘authority to do whatever.’
Hath God Truly Said, ‘Avoid Foolish Controversies’?Subscriber Access Only
It turns out that lustily fighting for the truth isn’t what God asks of us.
You Have God's Blessing to Say 'God Bless America'Subscriber Access Only
Why a faith that transcends all nations leaves room for patriotic devotion.
What to Make of Donald Trump’s SoulSubscriber Access Only
And how that might shape our response to his presidency.
A Psalm for the Refugee Crisis in America
When our government is wrong, the church responds by doing what is right.
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The Burden and Promise of Racial Reconciliation
After Minnesota, Baton Rouge, and Dallas, can we transcend optimism or despair?
Top Story August 20, 2018
Job’s Most Beloved Verse May Be Different Than You Think
Job’s Most Beloved Verse May Be Different Than You Think
Job 13:15 is more anguished—and encouraging—in its original wording.
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