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Iraq's Christians Caught in the Middle, Again
If the looming war breaks out, 350,000 Iraqi Christians will be caught in a West-East conflict eerily similar to 4th-century events
Now That You've Got Political Power, What Are You Going to Do with It?
History offers warning and hope for our modern-day Christian populism.
Miers Withdrawal Shows Split Among Religious Conservatives
High-profile cases underscore stakes for next nominee.
Not All Evangelicals Voted for Bush. That's News?
The controversy at Calvin looked nothing like it played in the media.
Pope Gave Evangelicals the Moral Impetus We Didn't Have
Timothy George discusses how "the greatest pope since the Reformation" changed evangelicalism without us knowing.
Dostoyevsky's Disregarded Prophecy
The famous Russian author shows us what's to fear in a world without God.
How Then Shall We Politick?
Michael Gerson, recently resigned Bush speechwriter and adviser, on how evangelicals should comport themselves in the public square.
What's Next: Theology
No compromise: What evangelical leaders say are the priorities and challenges for the next 50 years.
Margin of Victory
Races where evangelicals play a decisive role in the November election. Today: U.S. Senate in Pennsylvania.
Bart Campolo's Karamazov God
"If those things are true, then God might as well send me to hell."
Q&A: Albert Mohler
On recovery from life-threatening pulmonary emboli and lessons learned.
Q&A: Rep. Heath Shuler
Shuler, a Democratic Congressman from North Carolina who ran as a social conservative, defeated a Republican incumbent in 2006.
Mixing Faith and Power
Bush speechwriter takes a principled, though not always popular, stand.
Multiplying Fractions
How many evangelical votes are really in play?
Iraq's Christians Caught in the Middle, Again
If the looming war breaks out, 350,000 Iraqi Christians will be caught in a West-East conflict eerily similar to 4th-century events.
European Christianity's "Failure to Thrive"
Why Christendom, born with an imperial bang, is now fading away in an irrelevant whimper.
Breaking The Da Vinci Code
So the divine Jesus and infallible Word emerged out of a fourth-century power-play? Get real.
Let Us Not Set Asunder
The threat of gay marriage challenges Christians to defend older, better definitions of marriage. But what are those definitions, and how did they develop?
Freedom Is Not Our Goal
Solzhenitsyn's death reminds us about freedom's cost and biblical purpose.
Emerging Theology, Liberal Politics
Does one thing lead to the other?

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Will Peace with Israel Secure Sudan’s Religious Freedom?
Will $335 Million Peace with Israel Secure Sudan’s Religious Freedom?
Sudanese religious leaders and American human rights experts examine the latest and symbolically powerful Arab normalization agreement with the Jewish state.

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