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A year after the July 2006 war, Lebanon's Christians face a murky future.
Suffocating the Faithful
Will the last Mideast church leader be sure to turn off the lights?
'A More Practical Approach'
A fledgling group in China tries a 'new' strategy to secure human rights.
Atheist Apostle
Sam Harris has little patience for theists of any sort.
China's Anti-Christian Edict
Politburo campaign puts house-church leaders at greater risk.
Song of the Secularist
Jacques Berlinerblau offers a soaring paean to freedom from religion, but the American people don't seem to be singing along.
Compassionate Bedfellow
Ten years ago, a Jewish leader shamed Christians into caring.
Attack Dogs of Christendom
Is this how to bring grace and savor to a crumbling civilization?
Puncturing Atheism
Fourfold God Squad brilliantly takes on Dawkins, Hitchens, & Co.
An Ugly Phoenix Reborn
European anti-Semitism is more widespread than has been let on.
A Dangerous Confession
Train Wreck Coming
Why homosexual marriage threatens free expression of religion.
Garlic, Dracula, and Al Qaeda
Civilization itself is the target of extremist Muslims.
My Top 5 Books on China
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Throwing Rocks at Israel
Ex-President Carter's new book is both misleading and dangerous.
Profiling Christians Who Have Suffered Under Chinese Communism
A non-Christian reporter profiles martyrs of the Middle Kingdom. A review of 'God Is Red.'
How Billy Graham Killed Communism with Kindness
Graham preached behind the Iron Curtain, driving his critics crazy.

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A Christian Approach to Social Justice Is Slow, Careful, and Self-Reflective
A Christian Approach to Social Justice Is Slow, Careful, and Self-Reflective
Thaddeus Williams asks good questions about contemporary zeal for change. But there are questions to ask of his critique as well.

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