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Cosmic Combat Part 3Subscriber Access Only
(Part 12 3)On earth, a baby was born, a king got wind of it, a chase ensued. In heaven, the Great Invasion had begun: a daring raid by the ruler of the forces of good into the universe's seat of evil.
The Least Likely SoilSubscriber Access Only
Where God is more certain than death
T. S. Eliot: What Difference Does a Poet Make?Subscriber Access Only
Cosmic Combat Part 2Subscriber Access Only
(Part 12 3)On earth, a baby was born, a king got wind of it, a chase ensued. In heaven, the Great Invasion had begun: a daring raid by the ruler of the forces of good into the universe's seat of evil.
The Back Page | Philip Yancey: Strengthening Our Weakest LinkSubscriber Access Only
Evangelicals should be more needful of the minds of others
Letter from a Muslim SeekerSubscriber Access Only
Christians aren't the only ones asking 'Why?' after September's tragedy
"Blood, Part 3: Life in the Blood"Subscriber Access Only
"If Jesus had been born in the twentieth century, would he have chosen the image of transfusion for his forgiveness, love, and healing?"
Putting Pain to WorkSubscriber Access Only
Healthy bodies know how to make use of pain. A healthy church does too.
The Crayon ManSubscriber Access Only
For 26 years American’s children have taught Robert Coles the meaning of his faith.
The Balaam SyndromeSubscriber Access Only
Getting to Know MeSubscriber Access Only
In most ways important to God, I had failed miserably.
The Back Page | Philip Yancey: Beyond Flesh and BloodSubscriber Access Only
I used to disdain biblical talk of invisible spirits. No more
Does God Love a "Failure"?
How can we know an invisible God?
Why Clinton Is Not AntichristSubscriber Access Only
Happy Memories of Bad TimesSubscriber Access Only
The Bible Jesus ReadSubscriber Access Only
Without the Old Testament we don't properly understand God.
My Greatest Ministry MistakesSubscriber Access Only
Georgia Endorsed Bible Classes. Twice. But Schools Aren’t Teaching Them
Georgia Endorsed Bible Classes. Twice. But Schools Aren’t Teaching Them
Why a growing political push to put the Bible in classrooms only has a minor impact.
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