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Germany's Christian Democrats
An administration official discusses evangelicals' political involvement—or lack thereof.
Germany's 'Cold Religion'
A Berlin-based journalist says that Martin Luther would have driven most of Germany's bishops from their pulpits.
Q+A: Carrie Prejean
The former Miss California contestant says that she is 'still standing,' and called a recent video of her 'the worst mistake of my life.'
One Week After Haiti's Earthquake, New Challenges in Helping
World Vision's Laura Blank on what makes this relief effort different—and on being surprised by hymns.
Q & A: James Dobson on the National Day of Prayer
Focus on the Family's founder gives his assessment of a judge's recent ruling that the day is unconstitutional.
Q & A: Rick Santorum on Muslims, Religious Freedom, and ‘Walking’ for President
The former senator from Pennsylvania talks about what he thinks Obama got right and becoming a target of the gay community.
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.
Donald Miller: Make a Better Narrative
The author of Blue Like Jazz on his new book, A Million Miles in a Thousand Years, and the risks of over-spiritualizing it.
Breadwinners and Benefactors
Lynn Cohick argues that early Christian women were more active in public life than we might think.
Q & A: Kenneth Starr, Baylor's Next President
The former solicitor general of the United States explains his vision for the Christian university.
A Theology of Workflow
Matt Perman on how Christians should think about productivity.
Michele Bachmann: 'It's High Time We Have a Mother in the White House'
Also, the GOP candidate from Minnesota tells CT about her new church.

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