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The Politicians' PatronSubscriber Access Only
As the Roman Catholic patron saint of politicians, Thomas More is not quite a model for all seasons.
Heaven Can't WaitSubscriber Access Only
Mass suicides, like last week's in Uganda, may be a newer tactic, but the temptation to predict, even force, the coming of kingdom bliss is not.
All Together NowSubscriber Access Only
What qualifies as an ecumenical council anyway?
Hey, John Kerry, WWFFD?Subscriber Access Only
What Would the Founding Fathers Do about the application of Christian principles to American politics? A few cautionary words.
The Original 'Charitable Choice' ProgramSubscriber Access Only
Transferring authority over Native Americans from the military to the church was a nice idea, but it failed.
Teach Us to Pray: Learning from Prayer Partners in HistorySubscriber Access Only
Great figures from church history have much to teach about talking with God.
Good King Bad KingSubscriber Access Only
How Christian was the king whose name is almost always associated with the Bible?
Asking the Wrong QuestionsSubscriber Access Only
The Christian History staff's field trip to see the Dead Sea Scrolls
How the Other Half LivedSubscriber Access Only
Chronicling the forgotten gender in the Bible and church history.
For Better or WorseSubscriber Access Only
The Church of England's current wrestling with divorce echoes its inception.
Alternative ReligionsSubscriber Access Only
Many non- and semi-Christian groups laid claim to the West, but none more successfully than the Mormons.
Before There Was Billy Graham, There Was…Subscriber Access Only
George Whitefield was once the most famous man in America. Historian Thomas Kidd explains why the celebrity evangelist shouldn’t be forgotten.
The Book Everyone Should BuySubscriber Access Only
Or at least know about, anyway.
Weighty MattersSubscriber Access Only
Gwen Shamblin's teachings sound an awful lot like some in the early church—and not in a good way.
Revive Us AgainSubscriber Access Only
Two recently translated books recount searches for recapturing Pentecost.
'Kill Them All'Subscriber Access Only
The medieval church was deadly serious about eliminating heretical Cathars.
In ErrancySubscriber Access Only
Want to know what's wrong with the Western church? Start with a list.
The Caged Bird WroteSubscriber Access Only
If only CBS had chosen a true heroine for Black History Month …
For Better or WorseSubscriber Access Only
The diaries of a frontier missionary couple reveal starkly differing perspectives.
Why December 25?Subscriber Access Only
The month and day of Christ's birth have been hotly disputed for centuries.

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I Assumed Science Had All the Answers. Then I Started Asking Questions
I Assumed Science Had All the Answers. Then I Started Asking Inconvenient Questions.
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