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An Invisible Wall
Twenty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, a pastor in Berlin assesses Germany's spiritual climate.
Q+A: Philip Ryken, Wheaton's Next President
'I want to cultivate a campus-wide community of grace.'
Yes, We Have a Witness
Historian Vinson Synan reflects personally on the Pentecostal movement.
Focus on the Females
James Dobson explains his ideas for raising daughters, and life after Focus.
Joni Eareckson Tada on Something Greater than Healing
Now facing breast cancer and chronic pain, the author, speaker, and advocate talks about the blessings of suffering.
Interview: Condoleezza Rice's Faith Context for Foreign Policy
How faith guided the former secretary of state's life from the segregated South to dictating the nation's foreign policy.
Q & A: Tim Pawlenty on Evangelicals and the Issues
The former governor of Minnesota has announced his presidential candidacy. Here's CT's earlier interview on issues like cap & trade, foreign policy, and whether evangelicals have influence in the Republican Party anymore.
Q & A: Timothy Goeglein on Redemption After Plagiarism
The former aide to President George W. Bush explains ways to think theologically about repentance.
Q & A: Philip Ryken on Wheaton’s Contraception Mandate Lawsuit: 'A Last Resort'
The college president explains why it's is suing, and why now.
Q&A: Sam Brownback
The Republican senator said he could offer a promising package to evangelical voters.
Q+A: David Stevens
CEO of the Christian Medical Association on fertility treatments and discrimination.
Q+A: Ross Douthat
Where evangelicals fit in the future of the Republican Party.
Joel Hunter Leads Blessing for Obama
Evangelical megachurch pastor reflects on the inauguration and gives a few predictions.
Thinking Epistemologically about Obama and Notre Dame
Francis Beckwith explains why Notre Dame's invitation is so controversial, and what it says about higher education.
Cal Thomas, 25 Years of Columns Later
After 2,600 columns and 11 books, the syndicated columnist shares his 'wit and wisdom.'
Ugandan Bishop Pleads With American Christians on Anti-Homosexuality Bill
David Zac Niringiye, the Church of Uganda's assistant bishop of Kampala, says that American Christians should cultivate relationships before condemning the proposed legislation.
Q & A: Brit Hume
The former news anchor for Fox News explains why he told Tiger Woods to turn to the Christian faith.
Helping Haiti Heal
Food for the Hungry explains the challenges it faces before it can begin to help Haiti recover from the earthquake.
Redeeming 'Lost'
Entertainment Weekly's Jeff Jensen tells CT why the television show reminds him of C. S. Lewis's 'The Great Divorce.'
Francis Chan's Next Steps
The 'Crazy Love' author stepped down from his church and doesn't know where he's headed.

Top Story February 24, 2021

A World Vision Employee Is Still Awaiting Fair Trial in Israel
A World Vision Employee Is Still Awaiting Fair Trial in Israel
The charges against him don’t make sense. And his day in court has been delayed again and again.

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