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God Is LoveSubscriber Access Only
Robert Yarbrough comments on the plainspoken Beloved Disciple.
Pope Gave Evangelicals the Moral Impetus We Didn't HaveSubscriber Access Only
Timothy George discusses how "the greatest pope since the Reformation" changed evangelicalism without us knowing.
How Then Shall We Politick?
Michael Gerson, recently resigned Bush speechwriter and adviser, on how evangelicals should comport themselves in the public square.
Q&A: Rep. Heath Shuler
Shuler, a Democratic Congressman from North Carolina who ran as a social conservative, defeated a Republican incumbent in 2006.
Q&A: Richard Land
The president of the Southern Baptist Convention's Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission talks about his new book, The Divided States of America?
Q&A: Peter Wehner
Wehner, the former director of the White House Office of Strategic Initiatives and deputy assistant to the President, joined the Ethics and Public Policy Center in August as a senior fellow.
Scripture and The Wall Street Journal
David Miller wants us to think more deeply about integrating faith and work.
Transcending the Worship WarsSubscriber Access Only
Bryan Chapell urges Christians to move past musical preferences toward Christ-Centered Worship.
Signs of the Reformation's Success?Subscriber Access Only
Reformation scholar Timothy George discusses Pope John Paul II's historical significance and this 'momentous' era of Catholic-evangelical dialogue.
Latter-Day Politics
Mitt Romney believes American values, not Mormon doctrine, should rule a President.
Finding Meaning in the PentateuchSubscriber Access Only
Powerful endorsements bolster John Sailhamer's new tome on the Bible's first five books.
The Authentic Bonhoeffer
Eric Metaxas explains how the German theologian lived a life worth examining.
Uwe Siemon-Netto: Ignore History at Your Own PerilSubscriber Access Only
UPI religion columnist decries the shallow Christianity of those who neglect the past.
Q&A: Darrell Bock
CT spoke with Bock, Dallas Theological Seminary research professor of New Testament and author of the forthcoming The Missing Gospels (Nelson), about the stir caused by the Gospel of Judas release in early April.
Two Testaments, One StorySubscriber Access Only
Top evangelical scholars team up for landmark commentary on New Testament use of Old Testament.
Seminaries: Not Just for Pastors AnymoreSubscriber Access Only
Derek Cooper offers an insider's guide — and reflections on what schools need to do better.
Man of His Time for All TimesSubscriber Access Only
W. Robert Godfrey paints popular portrait of Calvin as pilgrim and pastor.
'The Word Does the Work'Subscriber Access Only
David Platt discusses how he raises the bar for biblical understanding and practice.
Q&A: Paul Marshall
The Hudson Institute senior fellow discusses initial findings of the forthcoming book Religious Freedom in the World 2007.
The CEO Who Takes Greek Exegesis
The experience of Zondervan's new head, Maureen 'Moe' Girkins, hints at the future of Christian publishing.

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Coronavirus Searches Lead Millions to Hear About Jesus
Coronavirus Searches Lead Millions to Hear About Jesus
Tens of thousands have clicked to pray for salvation since the outbreak. Is the increase temporary or a harbinger of greater gospel witness online?

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