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Wheaton, Hawkins: Let Us Reason Together, PleaseSubscriber Access Only
How might a Christian college handle a controversy that threatens to undo it?
A Message for China's Policy-Makers: Love Doesn't Stop at TwoSubscriber Access Only
Why its two-child policy is barely better than its one-child policy.
On ‘Thoughts and Prayers’ After Another Mass Shooting
Prayer—and lament—is the proper first response to tragedy.
How We Forgot the Poverty of ChristmasSubscriber Access Only
The Incarnation is not a story we can package or market. It is also the greatest story ever told.
A Church Welcome for the Tired, the PoorSubscriber Access Only
How the refugee crisis makes for a beautiful gospel witness.
Why We Need the New Battle for the BibleSubscriber Access Only
It's time to turn to Scripture as our final authority.
The Power of Pro-Life WomenSubscriber Access Only
It's time to harness “feminine authority” to protect the unborn.
Hope in the Face of Intractable RacismSubscriber Access Only
The church provides two gifts to the conversation on race.
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Going Deeper after the Charleston MurdersSubscriber Access Only
Evil like this calls for both anguished lament and better theology.
Dealing with Secular ExtremismSubscriber Access Only
4 ways to calm the stormy waters around gay marriage.
If You See Something, Say SomethingSubscriber Access Only
The church is starving for honest witnesses to moral failure.
There's Still Power in the BloodSubscriber Access Only
Remember when we used to sing about how awesome it is?
Liberating Cuba: Why It Is Still a Great IdeaSubscriber Access Only
President Obama’s call for normalizing relations offers a once-in-a-generation opportunity for Cuban and American churches to strengthen their ties.
Let Kelly Gissendaner LiveSubscriber Access Only
The Georgia Department of Corrections has done its job. She should not be executed.
Amnesty Is Not a Dirty WordSubscriber Access Only
Christians, of all people, should know that.
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What One Racially Divided Family Can DoSubscriber Access Only
Two small steps that may start to address the black/white divide in the church.
The Weight of Ferguson, ISIS, and Boko HaramSubscriber Access Only
How we bear, sometimes joyfully, the burdens of 2014.
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Domestic Neglect: Can You Hear the Silent Screams at Home?Subscriber Access Only
Our culture of overwork is creating a crisis.
World Vision Flips the Script on Child Sponsorship
World Vision Flips the Script on Child Sponsorship
In the ministry’s first major innovation in seven decades, the children now do the choosing.
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