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Why?Subscriber Access Only
Victims and pundits grope for meaning, political and religious.
’Odd Couple’ PoliticsSubscriber Access Only
Evangelicals, feminists make common cause against sex trafficking.
Sudan: Mixing Oil and BloodSubscriber Access Only
Sudan's 'slaughter of the innocents' toughens religious freedom coalition.
Arrests of Pastor Signal Religious Freedom SetbackSubscriber Access Only
Li Dexian repeatedly detained.
Might for Right?Subscriber Access Only
As presidential primaries get under way, Christian conservatives aim to win.
Alliance Targets Sex TraffickingSubscriber Access Only
Intelligent Design: Searching for a BlueprintSubscriber Access Only
Discovery Institute reshapes the orgins debate.
Sudan: Relief Operations EndangeredSubscriber Access Only
Rebel demands cause agencies to curtail efforts.
How to Change ChinaSubscriber Access Only
Christian business leaders preach economic engagement to expedite reform. But others are leery.
'Termites to National Security'Subscriber Access Only
Nationwide campaign launched against house churches.
Public Education: Back to the BibleSubscriber Access Only
More public schools experiment with Bible-as-literature curriculum.
Bush's Faith-Based LegacySubscriber Access Only
Key policies at home and overseas will help victims of poverty and disease for years to come.
Can We Defeat Poverty?Subscriber Access Only
Unless Africa tames corruption, new aid efforts will fail.
Congress: Curbing Religious Persecution DifficultSubscriber Access Only
Conservative Like a FoxSubscriber Access Only
al Thomas hates the liberalism, but tries to love the liberal.
Bigotry Alleged in Chaplaincy ChoiceSubscriber Access Only
Three months after controversy began, lots of partisan sniping but still no chaplain vote in U.S. House.
Trade: Freer Trade, Freer Faith?Subscriber Access Only
The unexpected support of house-church leaders helps turn the tide in the China trade debate, but Christians remain divided.
Opportunity of a GenerationSubscriber Access Only
Five issues will test the strength and unity of Christian conservatives in the new term.
The Sunday AfterSubscriber Access Only
What Gulf churches were doing on the first Lord's Day after Katrina.
You Can’t Reject a Faith You Never Knew
You Can’t Reject a Faith You Never Knew
Historian Alec Ryrie offers a revisionist take on the roots of unbelief. But there’s another story that needs telling.
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