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Technology: Seminaries Wire for Long-distance LearningSubscriber Access Only
China’s Leaders Critical of ’Clandestine’ MissionsSubscriber Access Only
Should Christians Read Through the Entire Bible in One Year?Subscriber Access Only
Thinking about starting back at Genesis 1 this New Year's? Experts weigh in on whether that's the best plan.
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Theologian Stan Grenz DiesSubscriber Access Only
Leading advocate of emergent movement mourned.
Experiencing God Crosses OverSubscriber Access Only
Experiencing God Crosses Over
Creationism: Young-Earth Theory Gains AdvocatesSubscriber Access Only
Urban Outreach: Baptists Transform Kentucky TavernSubscriber Access Only
Quotations to contemplate on dying and eternity.
Faith Amid the MuckSubscriber Access Only
Christians struggle with island's latest disaster.
Church Name-Dropping Pays OffSubscriber Access Only
Y2K Scare Worth It Say AuthorsSubscriber Access Only
Did precautions prepare churches for ministry?
Vacation Bible School WarsSubscriber Access Only
Critics say SBC curriculum about Asia is 'racially offensive.'
The Politics of PrayerSubscriber Access Only
The Presidential Prayer Team prays for Bush, Iraq, and more voters.
Evangelical Mainliners Remember Defender of OrthodoxySubscriber Access Only
Diane Knippers was at the heart of mainline renewal movements.
Opportunity DeniedSubscriber Access Only
Florida school vouchers flunked for ties to religion.
Living Bible Creator DiesSubscriber Access Only
But Ken Taylor's legacy is even larger.
Court Guts Porn LawSubscriber Access Only
Activists promote other methods
Reconciling the World Through Painful StoriesSubscriber Access Only
New network focuses on showing how God heals racial, denominational, and gender divisions.
The Surprise Inside Church BankruptciesSubscriber Access Only
It’s not that they owe more than they own, says Pamela Foohey. It’s a leadership failure.
Big ChillSubscriber Access Only
Anti-religion group seeks to block federal funding of Alaska school.
Praying for Hong Kong Is Politically Disruptive—Even in America
Praying for Hong Kong Can Be Politically Disruptive—Even in America
Why Chinese diaspora churches remain silent while Christians in Hong Kong take to the streets.
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