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Dobson and the God-o-MeterSubscriber Access Only
Beliefnet editor Dan Gilgoff on the Religious Right's continuing role in this election.
Q+A: David IglesiasSubscriber Access Only
The Christian lawyer at the center of the U.S. attorneys scandal speaks out about his firing, faith, and future.
Joel Hunter Prays with ObamaSubscriber Access Only
Evangelical pastor believes the new president-elect will have a listening ear.
Interview: NAE President Leith Anderson on Richard Cizik's ResignationSubscriber Access Only
'If he did not appropriately represent NAE, then he has lost credibility as a spokesperson.'
Michael Gerson: Obama's Speech Rhetorically Flat, but Ideologically InterestingSubscriber Access Only
A former presidential speechwriter examines President Obama's inaugural address.
Q & A: Newt GingrichSubscriber Access Only
The former Speaker of the House speaks to CT about the future of the Republican Party and his conversion to Catholicism.
The Clothed Public SquareSubscriber Access Only
Hunter Baker argues that Christians should not abandon God talk.
Why Gayle Haggard StayedSubscriber Access Only
She tells CT why she remained married to Ted Haggard—even after he suggested that she divorce him.
Q & A: Anne Rice on Following Christ Without ChristianitySubscriber Access Only
The tipping points behind the novelist's departure from the institutional church, and why she still reads D.A. Carson, Craig Keener, and N.T. Wright instead of 'Twilight.'
Max Lucado on Compassion: The Best ApologeticSubscriber Access Only
The San Antonio pastor and author explains why he focuses on poverty in his latest book.
Q&A: Deanna FavreSubscriber Access Only
The wife of NFL quarterback Brett Favre speaks about her faith amid suffering.
Q & A: Tim Tebow on Faith, Fame, & FootballSubscriber Access Only
The NFL athlete reflects on his outspoken faith, whether athletes should attribute their wins to God, and moving from the Focus on the Family ad to Jockey ads.
The Rhetoric of Chastity: Making Abstinence SexySubscriber Access Only
Communications expert Christine Gardner reveals what makes abstinence campaigns work.
Q & A: Jimmy Carter on his Faith-Filled Presidency Subscriber Access Only
How Christianity played a role in the former President’s office.
Exclusive: Focus on the Family's Jim Daly on a New Stance on Immigration ReformSubscriber Access Only
Daly explains why he joined a coalition of evangelical leaders when the organization has not taken a public stance on the issue in the past.
Suffering ServantsSubscriber Access Only
Chronic pain and depression taught Joni Eareckson and Ken Tada to put each other's needs first.
C.S. Lewis's Pen Pal, Kathy KellerSubscriber Access Only
Keller's childhood correspondence with the revered author led her to Christian faith.
Q&A: Sam BrownbackSubscriber Access Only
The Republican senator said he could offer a promising package to evangelical voters.
Q+A: David StevensSubscriber Access Only
CEO of the Christian Medical Association on fertility treatments and discrimination.
Q+A: Ross DouthatSubscriber Access Only
Where evangelicals fit in the future of the Republican Party.

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