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Seminary Plants
Megachurch pastors offer ministry training based in the local church.
Politics vs. Persecution
Push for Iran sanctions concerns missiologists.
Religious Hiring's Status Quo Victory
A 2-1 ruling by Ninth Circuit affirms World Vision's right to consider religious beliefs in employment. But questions over faith-based hiring practices and government funding seem far from settled.
Bricks and Moratoriums: Zoning Out Churches
Economy impacts churches' battles to build.
One Body, Many Parts: The Crucial Role of the ‘Faith-Based FEMA’ After Florence
Working alongside government agencies, Christian volunteers aid hurricane victims based on what each denomination does best.
No Straight Shot
More evangelical therapists move from changing orientation to embracing faith identity for gays.
Modern-Day Lepers
Churches try to balance grace and accountability toward sex offenders.
Scholars and 'Snake-Handlers'
Society of Biblical Literature accused of evangelical pandering—and secular bias.
Challenging Individualism
N.C. proposal raises age-old questions of Baptist identity.
Tullian Tchividjian: Allow Your Critics to Teach You
The new pastor of Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church talks about the effort to remove him from the pulpit.
Faith-Based Fracas
From the White House to the courthouse, the battle escalates over whether Christian groups have the right to employ only Christians.
Generic Christian U.
Ties that bind church schools are loosening.
States' License to Pill Increases Conflicts
Increase in state licenses prompts conscience clashes.
Sex, Money ... Pride? Why Pastors Are Stepping Down
What's causing some well-known leaders like C. J. Mahaney (and John Piper before him) to step aside is not what you might think.
Out of Africa: What AMIA's Exodus from Rwanda Portends for Global Christianity
Break underscores the difficulty of shifting denominational power across cultures and continents.
Luter vs. Land
As Southern Baptists prepare to install their first black president, observers disagree on how much clout Fred Luter will have in a denomination closely identified with high-profile figures such as the newly reprimanded Richard Land.
Supreme Court Won't Reconsider Ban on 'Gruesome' Church Protest
Case pitted freedom of speech against freedom of religion. But protecting children from disturbing pictures was the trump card.
Ministry Sues for Access to Inmates
Out of Africa
Rwanda exodus shows challenge of global Christianity.
Sovereign Grace Ministries: Courts Shouldn't 'Second-Guess' Pastoral Counseling of Sex Abuse Victims
Legal observers question whether clergy-penitent privilege applies to denomination accused of covering up crimes.

Top Story October 1, 2020

The Balkan Bright Spot in God-Linked Morality
The Balkan Bright Spot in God-Linked Morality
As Americans lead decline in agreeing good values require belief in God, Bulgaria bucks the global trend.

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