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Does God Love a "Failure"?
The Bible Jesus ReadSubscriber Access Only
Without the Old Testament we don't properly understand God.
Guilt Good and Bad
The early warning signs.
Doubting the DoomsayersSubscriber Access Only
Thank God not everything they say is true.
The Back Page | Philip Yancey: Lessons from Rock BottomSubscriber Access Only
The church can learn about grace from the recovery movement.
Forgetting GodSubscriber Access Only
Why decadence drives out discipline.
Schaeffer on Schaeffer, Part I: A Compassionate CriticSubscriber Access Only
Fat Cells in the Body: Issues of LoyaltySubscriber Access Only
Hope for Abraham's SonsSubscriber Access Only
What will it take for us to overcome this violent world?
The Back Page | Philip Yancey:Chess MasterSubscriber Access Only
God brings victory even from our bad moves.
The Back Page | Philip Yancey:Would Jesus Worship Here?Subscriber Access Only
Across the world, God moves in mysterious ways.
The Scars of EasterSubscriber Access Only
He knows the wounds of humanity. His hands prove it.
ARTICLE: Unwrapping JesusSubscriber Access Only
My top ten surprises.
Global SuspenseSubscriber Access Only
The trick of faith is to believe in advance what will only make sense in reverse.
God Behind Barbed WireSubscriber Access Only
How a Nazi-soldier-turned-theologian found hope.
A Quirky and Vibrant MosaicSubscriber Access Only
Evangelicals are admired, mocked, praised, scorned—and all for good reason.
When the Facts Don't Add Up
A just, loving, and powerful God should follow certain rules, shouldn't he?
Confessions of a RacistSubscriber Access Only
It wasn't until after Martin Luther King, Jr.'s death that I was struck by the truth of what he lived and preached.
The God Who Can't Be Tamed
Could we be losing more than the land when we destroy it?
The Back Page | Philip Yancey:Would Jesus Worship Here?Subscriber Access Only
Across the world, God moves in mysterious ways.
Why Black Protestants and Evangelicals Still Preach Politics
Why Black Protestants and Evangelicals Still Preach Politics
Amid increasing polarization and shifting church trends, the black church continues to speak out on matters of justice.
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