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Panning for Gold at CBASubscriber Access Only
There are actually some original ideas at the Christian Booksellers Association Annual Convention
A New Day in VietnamSubscriber Access Only
How a little NGO is helping Christians gain more freedom in a country still plagued by human-rights abuses.
The Scandal of the AIG BonusesSubscriber Access Only
And the gospel of incomprehensible unfairness.
Putting Evangelism on HoldSubscriber Access Only
Will the Global Faith Forum's "evangelistic model" of engaging Muslims and Jews catch on?
Rob Bell's 'Ginormous' MirrorSubscriber Access Only
To read his book is to read about our fascination with ourselves.
Why Donald Trump Threatens to Trump the GospelSubscriber Access Only
There is something more important than our views of the controversial candidate.
Born-again StoriesSubscriber Access Only
Inside CT : Away from the CrowdSubscriber Access Only
You learn a lot about someone through fly fishing
Opening Ceremony BluesSubscriber Access Only
The Olympics is symbolic, but not of world peace.
The Cost of Christian EducationSubscriber Access Only
Getting schooled in the faith is more unnerving than I care to admit.
Seeker UnfriendlySubscriber Access Only
We need more than worship that makes sense.
Grace—That's So SickSubscriber Access Only
The church seems to be an embarrassment to everyone except its Lord.
Evangelizing OurselvesSubscriber Access Only
The gospel is for Christians too.
Super Bowl EvangelismSubscriber Access Only
Why Jesus did not say, "Market your neighbor as yourself."
Is It Fair of God to Send People to Hell?
The Future of Today's ChristianitySubscriber Access Only
We have news to offer that is good for us and our children's children.
I Fought the LawSubscriber Access Only
Now I think it’s time to rehabilitate its unsavory reputation.
Can We Survive the Visual Tsunami?Subscriber Access Only
Could there be a deeper rationale for the first commandment?
The Biggest Loser in the Alabama Election
It’s not Republicans or Democrats, but Christian witness.
Why Black Protestants and Evangelicals Still Preach Politics
Why Black Protestants and Evangelicals Still Preach Politics
Amid increasing polarization and shifting church trends, the black church continues to speak out on matters of justice.
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