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Looking After Creation
Acclaimed physicist Sir John Houghton discusses his motives and passion for a cooler world climate.
Mission-Driven Faith
An interview with Thomas Oden and J.I. Packer
Haggard 'Deserves What He Got'
So says Alexandra Pelosi, whose documentary about Haggard airs on HBO this week. But she also sees a man who has worked through his pain—thanks to the Bible.
The Accidental Anglican
On his journey from Calvary Chapel through the Vineyard, the emerging church, the Alpha Course, and now the Anglican Mission in America, Todd Hunter has remained tightly focused on evangelism.
Rubber Sharks and Real Kids
Ted Baehr tells parents to use common sense and cognitive development theory.
Abolishing Homelessness in Ten Years
Philip Mangano, the federal 'homeless czar,' says, 'Yes we can.'
Q & A: Bishop Kallistos Ware on the Fullness and the Center
The metropolitan archbishop of the Eastern Orthodox Church in the U.K. on evangelism, evangelicals, and the Orthodox Church.
Timothy George on the Reformers' Postmodern Moment
The historical theologian says Luther and Calvin show us how to read the Bible for the sake of the church.
You Can't Think Your Way to God
Christian formation means shaping our loves, says Jamie Smith, not just educating our minds.
The Devil Didn't Make Me Do It
Possession is real, says Scott Peck, but we have more to fear from the evil already inside us.
Together in the Jesus Story
Bob Webber's fingerprints are all over a new call to live the narrative that really matters.
The Duct Tape Solution
In “Be Very Afraid,"' sociologist Robert Wuthnow explains how Americans typically respond to fear.
Mark Noll on the Foundation of the Evangelical Mind
Christian scholarship must be rooted in the person and work of Christ, says the Notre Dame historian.
Why the NAE Issued a Clergy Code of Ethics
Uncertainty on issues like use of time, family obligations, plagiarism, and pornography sparked a call for a broad statement, says Luder Whitlock.
Q&A: Francis Beckwith
Former ETS president speaks about what he takes from evangelicalism back to the Roman Catholic Church.
Global is the New Local
Princeton's Robert Wuthnow says American congregations are more international than ever.
Does Global Christianity Equal American Christianity?
Historian Mark Noll talks about how U.S. missionaries have—and have not—shaped the faith in other nations.
Boy Preacher Turns Friendly Critic
An interview with William Martin.

Top Story October 30, 2020

God’s Call on the Politically Ambivalent Christian
God’s Call on the Politically Ambivalent Christian
Don’t let partisan extremes and animosities prevent you from entering the arena for the sake of the common good.

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