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New scholarship on the ancient Olympics reminds Christians why Emperor Theodosius outlawed the event so many centuries ago.
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Faith & Values Media revisits history's mysterious Joan of Arc.
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What do Islamic sharia law and the colonial Massachusetts' Puritan experiment have in common?
Rediscovering the Language Jesus SpokeSubscriber Access Only
Millions of Americans have spent two hours listening to the characters in Mel Gibson's The Passion of The Christ speaking in an exotic, unfamiliar tongue. Yet not all find Aramaic so alien.
Rediscovering the Language Jesus SpokeSubscriber Access Only
Millions of Americans have spent two hours listening to the characters in Mel Gibson's The Passion of The Christ speaking in an exotic, unfamiliar tongue. Yet not all find Aramaic so alien.
Torture Then and NowSubscriber Access Only
The abuse at Abu Ghraib and the witness of the Christian past.
Is Speaking Truth a Hate Crime?Subscriber Access Only
Hate laws making their way through U.S. and British governments highlight the need for peaceful yet critical Christian witness. A 12th-century abbot leads the way.
A Problematic Mission?Subscriber Access Only
Would the Spanish friars of California's historic missions have lobbied for the separation of church and state?
How Will It All End?Subscriber Access Only
Left Behind is neither the first nor the last word on last things.
Courting the Catholic VoterSubscriber Access Only
In Search of the Real BalianSubscriber Access Only
In Kingdom of Heaven, Sir Ridley Scott turns Balian of Ibelin into an agnostic, but what do we know of the Balian of history?
Whose Side Is God On?Subscriber Access Only
A Christian and Muslim talk frankly about the Crusades epic Kingdom of Heaven, and what impact it may have on Christian-Muslim relations

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The Long Obedience of Racial Justice
The Long Obedience of Racial Justice
To bear the image of God is a declaration of dignity that challenges power.

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