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The Orthodox Avant-Garde
Armed with traditional faith, these Christians subverted the establishment, putting secular ideas under the microscope of the eternal.
Grading the Movement
Three leaders talk frankly about Pentecostalism: the good, the bad, and the unpredictable.
The Meaning of Business
Christians in the marketplace, says Jeff Van Duzer, are not second-class citizens of the kingdom.
Ambassador: Sudan Accords Only One Step in Peace Process
Continued effort to implement and monitor Sudan's peace agreement will be necessary to ensure safety for its population, Michael Ranneberger says.
Pastoring a Wounded President
Until an assassination attempt, Ronald Reagan regularly attended National Presbyterian Church. After the attempt, Louis Evans was among the few people invited to minister to the family.
Christian Athletes to Watch in the Olympics
Sports Spectrum magazine has its eye on the believers competing in Athens.
A Modest Step Toward Unity
Richard John Neuhaus on the Catholic bishops' decision to join Christian Churches Together.
A Church in Diaspora
A New Orleans pastor takes care of his scattered flock from Houston.
The Blogosphere's Favorite Real Live Preacher
The author of RealLivePreacher.com instant messages about the sudden success of his weblog.
The Scary Truth About Christian Giving
We need to be more ruthless about ridding ourselves of surplus wealth.
Ronald Reagan's Faith, Not Just Policies, Undermined Communism
The author of God and Ronald Reagan discusses the spiritual life of America's 40th president
C.S. Lewis, the Sneaky Pagan
The author of A Field Guide to Narnia says Lewis wove pre-Christian ideas into a story for a post-Christian culture.
Putting (Pro)Life into the Party
Democrats shouldn't be afraid of being pro-life says Democrats for Life's Kristen Day.
Hungry for Jesus
A Chinese pastor on how he was 'called out of Egypt' to a thriving urban ministry.
Sudan's Biblical History
Sudan's ongoing civil war isn't the only reason Christians should be familiar with the region.
Studying the Silver Screen
Christians aren't known for their nuanced approach to Hollywood. Film critic Jeffrey Overstreet is trying to change that.
The Medical Hazards of Spiritual Care
New studies are finding that terminal cancer patients do better when doctors and medical staff are spiritually supportive.
Amish in the City: Has Reality TV Gone too Far?
The author of The Amish: Why They Enchant Us discusses why a television show about Amish teens is inherently flawed, and why we're drawn to their 18th-century ways.
What Does Hillary Believe?
She is in lockstep with the United Methodist Church on almost all issues, says Paul Kengor, author of "God and Hillary Clinton."
'Hunger Can Be Conquered'
And, says former Wall Street Journal reporter Roger Thurow, churches have a crucial role to play.

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