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Steve Allen's final book argues that an emphasis on morality is the key to saving popular culture
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What do we do with all this anger
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The man who altered the course of black Baptist history finally has his say.
The Danger AheadSubscriber Access Only
Haddon Robinson on the precarious future of evangelical preaching.
Selling Out the House of God?, Part 2Subscriber Access Only
Bill Hybels answers critics of the seeker-church movement.
Mrs. Dudley Goes to the ’HoodSubscriber Access Only
How a white, suburban mother helped transform an inner-city black community.
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The legend among preachers was known for his passion and eloquence.
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Four working pastors—Latino, Asian, black, and white—respond to the bracing thesis of United by Faith. A CT forum with Noel Castellanos, Bill Hybels, Soong-Chan Rah, Frank Reid.
Why I Changed My Mind About Martin Luther King's ‘I Have a Dream’ SpeechSubscriber Access Only
I've been among those who've said its popularity has obscured King's larger message. This year, I'm reconsidering it.
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Four working pastors—Latino, Asian, black, and white—respond to the bracing thesis of United by Faith.
Kramer's Sins—and OursSubscriber Access Only
What society and the church can learn from comedian Michael Richards's racial tirade.
The 'Jackie Robinson' of EvangelismSubscriber Access Only
When Howard Jones broke the race barrier on Billy Graham's platform, he faced rejection from both sides.
Catching Up with a DreamSubscriber Access Only
Evangelicals and race 30 years after the death of Martin Luther King, Jr.
Why Pat Boone Went 'Bad'Subscriber Access Only
His controversial mission to interpret pop culture for cranky Christians.
Honoring God's LawSubscriber Access Only
Anthony Tomasino challenges our indifference to the Ten Commandments
The Birth of a MegachurchSubscriber Access Only
Government Restricts MissionariesSubscriber Access Only
The Jerry Falwell We Never KnewSubscriber Access Only
He hangs out with liberal pundits and gay activists. Is this the same Jerry Falwell who founded the Moral Majority?
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Christianity fuels social justice in The Beloved Community.

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