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Justified By WorksSubscriber Access Only
Yes, we are justified by works. But it's whose works that's important.
Why We Like Harry PotterSubscriber Access Only
The series is a 'Book of Virtues' with a preadolescent funny bone.
Sailing Off into IrrelevanceSubscriber Access Only
The Episcopal Church's rejection of orthodoxy is sobering for evangelicals
Muslims at Home in AmericaSubscriber Access Only
Christians have a part to play in helping Islam adapt to democracy.
Doers of the WordSubscriber Access Only
The Amsterdam Declaration illustrates how far evangelicals have come in 26 years—especially in putting ideas into practice.
The AIDS TeamSubscriber Access Only
Principled collaboration by churches is urgently needed to help defeat HIV.
Faith PerfectedSubscriber Access Only
Recent martyrdoms sadden us but cannot make us despair.
We're Prime Time, Baby!Subscriber Access Only
Evangelicals' new status means deepened responsibility.
The Evil of Two LessersSubscriber Access Only
Neither candidate made courageous choices after the election.
Spiritual ShortcutsSubscriber Access Only
The cheating epidemic reveals a deeper issue.
Voting Against AnarchySubscriber Access Only
The greatest threat to liberty in Iraq is not international terrorism.
We Are What We BeholdSubscriber Access Only
How to resist the demons that accompany influence and savvy.
When Tragedy HappensSubscriber Access Only
After a massacre like Virginia Tech's, how we minister makes all the difference.
You Can't Worship Here: Evicting Churches from New York SchoolsSubscriber Access Only
What will really happen this weekend when churches gather in school buildings for the last time?
A Criminal ProposalSubscriber Access Only
A white supremacist's rampage in 1999 should not shape law in 2001
Trading on Faith in ChinaSubscriber Access Only
Open trade with China will open ministry opportunities. But will human rights improve?
iPhone Apps and the Old AdamSubscriber Access Only
A meditation on corporate confession for Ash Wednesday.
Bad Ideas Have ConsequencesSubscriber Access Only
The Times should have run a correction. Instead, it might change government policy
History Is Not BunkSubscriber Access Only
We've got to break free of our historical amnesia
Gender Is No DiseaseSubscriber Access Only
Our children's sex is not something to be screened but gratefully received.
Scripture and Neuroscience Agree: It Helps to Lament in Community
Scripture and Neuroscience Agree: It Helps to Lament in Community
Through song, liturgy, and communion, the body of Christ inhabits the suffering experienced by its weakest members.
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