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The War of the Scrolls, Part 2
Fifty years after the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls, evangelical scholars are using them to demonstrate the reliability of the Scriptures.
De-Seiple-ing World Vision
Straight talk from Bob Seiple on myopic Americans and the new realities facing international development.
The Clumsy Embrace
Croatian Miroslav Volf wanted to love his Serbian enemies; the Prodigal's father is showing him how.
Did the Exodus Never Happen?
How two Egyptologists are countering scholars who want to turn the Old Testament into myth.
The War of the Scrolls, Part 3
Fifty years after the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls, evangelical scholars are using them to demonstrate the reliability of the Scriptures.
The War of the Scrolls, Part 1
Fifty years after the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls, evangelical scholars are using them to demonstrate the reliability of the Scriptures.
King David Was Here
Hudson Taylor and Missions to China: A Gallery of Gritty Pioneers
Six missionaries whose tenacity changed China
Missions' Wild Olive Branch
For 50 years, the unconventional Spiros Zodhiates has built amg into a worldwide evangelistic, relief, and publishing venture.
The Rich Christian
How Ron Sider has changed in the 20 years since his first book.
Barbara Dafoe Whitehead
Barbara Dafoe Whitehead confronts our postmarriage culture.

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Christians Invented Health Insurance. Can They Make Something Better?
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How to heal a medical system that abandons the vulnerable.

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