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When the Giver of Eternal Life ThirstsSubscriber Access Only
A meditation on Franz Joseph Haydn's The Seven Last Words of Christ.
God Is at WorkSubscriber Access Only
Economic globalization is an opportunity for missions says Ken Eldred.
Q&A: Hugh HewittSubscriber Access Only
Conservative blogger, political analyst, and radio talk show host Hugh Hewitt on Romney's bid for the White House.
Daily FaithSubscriber Access Only
What Karen Kingsbury thinks readers are looking for.
Q & A: James DobsonSubscriber Access Only
The chairman of Focus on the Family speaks about the need for the proposed Federal Marriage Amendment.
Q & A: Rich CizikSubscriber Access Only
Rich Cizik of the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE) on a new initiative in Morocco.
Pope 'Broadened the Way' for Evangelicals and CatholicsSubscriber Access Only
Theologian Tom Oden sees continued cooperation ahead.
Islam's Uncertain FutureSubscriber Access Only
Freedom House's Paul Marshall says Shari'ah is both less and more dangerous than you think.
What Married Women WantSubscriber Access Only
Sociologist Brad Wilcox says one type of marriage makes most women happier.
Grace Afar and NearSubscriber Access Only
Billy Graham's third daughter, Ruth, describes her relationship with her famous father.
Jim Wallis: 'I See Genuine Soul-Searching Among Democrats'Subscriber Access Only
Evangelical activist says it's time to find common ground on abortion and other issues.
Prolife Groups Ready to Defend Partial-Birth Abortion BanSubscriber Access Only
Court challenge to new law expected.
Deconstructing GulagsSubscriber Access Only
U.S. evangelicals win key legislation for freedom.
A False Cry of PeaceSubscriber Access Only
Wilfred Mlay, World Vision's regional vice president for Africa, discusses the crisis facing black Muslims in Darfur.
Los Angeles Takes Out the CrossSubscriber Access Only
The Thomas More Law Center says that by removing a cross from the Los Angeles County seal, the government is conveying a message that is anti-Christian and violating the Constitution.
Bill Cosby Was (Mostly) RightSubscriber Access Only
But he overlooks the redemptive role of the church.
Confronting CaesarSubscriber Access Only
Nigerian megachurch pastor in Ukraine takes a stand for freedom.
When the Mountains Don't MoveSubscriber Access Only
Professor learns hard lessons in the school of prayer.
From Disgrace to SageSubscriber Access Only
Jonathan Aitken says having gone from political power to prison helped him write his extensive biography of Charles Colson.
Singable DoctrineSubscriber Access Only
Keith and Kristyn Getty have a passion for writing modern hymns.

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