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Bush's Envoy's Advice: 'Raise Cain'Subscriber Access Only
How advocacy by American Christians trims violence in Sudan.
Condoms, HIV, and Pope BenedictSubscriber Access Only
Leading HIV researcher Edward C. Green says criticism of the pope 'unfair.'
Before Surprise Resignation, Regent's Campo Saw Writing on the WallSubscriber Access Only
Exclusive interview: Carlos Campo on running Pat Robertson's place and what comes next. (Hint: It involves immigration...)
Kay Warren: A Year of Grieving DangerouslySubscriber Access Only
One year after the suicide of her son, she shares her story of grief, mystery, and hope.
It Takes More Than a Swank Coffee Shop to Reach MillennialsSubscriber Access Only
Journalist-author Naomi Schaefer Riley sorts out what will draw young adults back to the faith.
How Boko Haram's Murders and Kidnappings Are Changing Nigeria's ChurchesSubscriber Access Only
Leading Nigerian evangelical says Christians won’t abandon the North.
Our Battle against Religious Persecution Is FlounderingSubscriber Access Only
Rep. Frank Wolf, human rights champion, calls on evangelicals to intensify the fight for religious liberty.
Rick Warren's Final FrontierSubscriber Access Only
Saddleback wants to bring the gospel to the world's 3,400 unengaged people groups. Why it just might work.
Billy in the Oval Office: A Story of Faith, Friendship, and Temptation
Journalist Nancy Gibbs recalls Graham's relationship with six decades of American presidents.
The Foreign Policy Mission of American EvangelicalsSubscriber Access Only
Mark Amstutz looks at their longstanding involvement with issues like global poverty, sex trafficking, and religious persecution.
Roe v. Wade's Days Are NumberedSubscriber Access Only
Private papers of Roe v. Wade justices reveal troubling procedural issues that one expert predicts will undermine the infamous ruling.
Lost PentecostSubscriber Access Only
How to capture a richer meaning of our Sunday for the Holy Spirit.
How Heather Mercer's Hostage Stint Turned into Global HopeSubscriber Access Only
After 9/11, the missionary's ten-year journey leads from the Taliban to Iraqi Kurdistan.
Interview: Chai Ling on Saving China's Daughters Subscriber Access Only
Each day in China, 35,000 baby girls are aborted and 500 women commit suicide. One freedom fighter won't take it any longer.
How Gaza’s Christians View the Hamas-Israeli ConflictSubscriber Access Only
Baptist pastor Hanna Massad speaks openly about what he sees happening as he helps to shelter Gaza’s Christians and others during the current conflict.
Q&A: Kay WarrenSubscriber Access Only
Learning to live in three worlds.
The Comeback BishopSubscriber Access Only
Ousted conservative Bob Duncan sees a new center emerging in the Christian West.
The Case for Big Change at Calvary ChapelSubscriber Access Only
Being ‘culturally conservative’ hurts movement’s relevance, says Chuck Smith’s successor, Brian Brodersen.
Peace Not Out of ReachSubscriber Access Only
What American Christians can do to help resolve the LRA conflict.
Q & A: Carl MoellerSubscriber Access Only
The president and CEO of Open Doors USA updated CT on North Korea, which the group ranks as the world's worst persecutor of Christians.

Top Story August 4, 2020

Why Many Christians Want to Leave Palestine. And Why Most Won’t.
Why Many Christians Want to Leave Palestine. And Why Most Won’t.
Survey of a thousand local believers finds majority desire a one-state solution, while few complain about religious freedom.

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