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Ethics Interrupted
What does it mean when even embryonic stem-cell researchers have some qualms about their work?
Is it a Sin to Nip and Tuck?
Cosmetic surgery may be one more manifestation of Paul's warning about self-improvement.
A Tarnished Silver Anniversary
What is destroying marriage in the Wes—and what has sustained my husband and me through several potentially marriage-destroying events.
The Unfunny Side of Modern Feminism
What I observed at Double X's recent event on women and comedy.
Domestic Abuse: Coming to a Church Near You
Christian filmmaker 'Olivia Klaus' goes inside California prisons to hear the stories of survivors of domestic violence who killed their husbands.
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Can Scientists and Evangelical Leaders Work Together?
The Perceptions Project is bringing together two groups who rarely have a chance to meet.
How Far Should Forgiveness Go?
Seventy times seven? I can barely forgive some corrupt clergy once.
The Downside of Hooking Up
The message of 'female sexual liberation' comes with a cost.
No Right to Rest for Weary Anglicans
Why churches like St. James in Newport Beach still need support from worshipers who have left the battle.
Can Churches Separate Mental Illness and Shame?
Rick Warren confronts one more "last taboo."
Evangelicals Help Greet Pope Francis at the White House
Pontiff tells crowd of 11,000 on White House lawn that God ‘has not forsaken us.’
See No Evil
Christian TV may be a cultural ghetto, but living there has its advantages.
Connoisseur for Christ: Roberta Green Ahmanson
What inspires the art enthusiast to give millions away?
Q & A: John Piper on Racism, Reconciliation, and Theology after Trayvon Martin's Death
The Minnesota pastor addresses the foundation for responding to questions on race.
Obama: A Friend to Pro-Lifers?
The President's outlined goals for reducing abortions are ones I can support—as long as he sticks to them.
Dave Ramsey, Megan McArdle, and Jesus
'The Atlantic' blogger's new-found appreciation for the evangelical finance guru forgets his inspiration.
Art That Reveals Our Need for Grace
Physically disabled photographers surprising work reveals to viewer their own limitations.
Working Moms, On Screen and Behind the Camera
Documentarian Laura Waters Hinson creates films to reflect the ultimate narrative.
So, How Are Those Summer Reading Lists Coming?
How to read the Bible in an age of anxiety; plus three book reviews from Christine A. Scheller.
Does Religiosity Encourage Teen Pregnancy?
An interview with Joseph Strayhorn, the co-author of "Religion and Teen Pregnancy Rates."

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