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The Hungry Congressman
Moms in the Crossfire
Moms absorb insanely conflicted messages about what they should or should not do.
Chasing Amy
God intervened in a NOW activist's unlikely conversion
A Daily Repentance Workout
"As we grow in knowledge of ourselves, God's grace allows us to resist habitual sin and grow in self-control"
Keeping the Sabbath
Is it wrong to mow the lawn on Sunday?
Orthodox Unity …
Autonomous Orthodoxy isn't an oxymoron. It's the fulfillment of a different kind of American dream.
Your World:Sex and Saints
A new vocabulary for an oversexualized culture.
(500) Days of Summer
Boy loves girl, girl says there is no such thing as love; their relationship unfolds over the course of 500 days in this extraordinarily creative rom-com.
All About Steve
An oddball crossword-puzzle creator mistakenly believes that a news cameraman is her boyfriend.
Higher Ground
A woman's experience with Christianity—from the certainties of new conversion to later struggles with faith. PLUS: Interview with Vera Farmiga.
The Abortion Debate Is Over
Pro-lifers overestimated the average American's allegiance to logic.
Judgment Day
God promised that calamity would follow disobedience. So why are we quick to dismiss it as a reason for the September 11 attacks?
Your World: Unrighteous Indignation
Righteous anger is often a mask for mere self-righteousness.
Loving the Storm-Drenched
We can no more change the culture than we can the weather. Fortunately, we've got more important things to do.
Grace Is Gone
Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story
The Rocker
A taciturn railway engineer retires and must find a new life, while encountering many strange experiences along the way.
There Be Dragons
A biopic about the founder of Opus Dei falls flat and doesn't ring very true.

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Christians Invented Health Insurance. Can They Make Something Better?
Christians Invented Health Insurance. Can They Make Something Better?
How to heal a medical system that abandons the vulnerable.

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