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Asian American ReligiositySubscriber Access Only
A new survey's findings on the differences between Asians and Asian Americans.
Tsunami Aftermath: Second Chances in Japan Subscriber Access Only
One year after disaster, sacrificial giving gains churches new credibility.
Prayers for Japan's Unborn ChildrenSubscriber Access Only
As the country quells a nuclear crisis, I'm reminded that even the best-intentioned parents can't fully protect their children.
After Japan Earthquake, Groups Question Nuclear PowerSubscriber Access Only
Also, several Christian relief agencies are on the ground.
Remembering Hiroshima RightlySubscriber Access Only
Hiroshima is no reason to reject a nuclear weapons-free world.
2D Love and Lars and the Real GirlSubscriber Access Only
The Japanese phenomenon reveals a right human desire gone askew.
Francis Xavier
First missionary to Japan
Liberating FaithSubscriber Access Only
When Korea threw off Japanese rule in 1945, it was as much a victory for the church as for the nation.
Bach in JapanSubscriber Access Only
With the help of conductor Masaaki Suzuki, Bach's music is bringing the message of Christian hope to a secular nation.
The Japanese JosephSubscriber Access Only
What the North Korean regime meant for evil, God used for good.
Pastor Wanted for Wedding. No Religion Required.Subscriber Access Only
"In Japan, couples want a Christian-style wedding—without the religious meaning"
How to Avoid the Coming DisasterSubscriber Access Only
Imitate Japan. No, don't imitate Japan. Time out
Debt Cancellation a Question of 'Justice' Kenya's Anglican Archbishop Tells JapanSubscriber Access Only
Tokyo skeptical toward Jubilee 2000 message
An Equal-Opportunity Church?Subscriber Access Only
The Japanese Church’s Most Critical IssueSubscriber Access Only
In the Shadow of the Rising SunSubscriber Access Only
In 1946 General MacArthur called for 10,000 missionaries to come to Japan. Here is what has happened since.
Brush StrokesSubscriber Access Only
Laboratories of the SoulSubscriber Access Only
Testing God's new creation in two Japanese prison camps.
Is Life Unsatisfying? Augustine Says, ‘You Are Not Alone.’
Is Life Unsatisfying? Augustine Says, ‘You Are Not Alone.’
James K. A. Smith accompanies the church father on a journey through the human heart.
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