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ARTICLE: Back to the Bible (Almost)
Why Yale's postliberal theologians deserve an evangelical hearing.
God Is God
God's Man in Tulsa: The Life and Ministry of the Original Televangelist
Oral Roberts was a larger-than-life figure in American Christianity.
‘Grace Alone’: Luther Nails It
A Protestant responds to Catholic critiques of ‘Grace Alone.’
BOOKS: Scandalous No More?
Alister McGrath defends evangelical theology against its primary competitors: postliberalism, postmodernism, and pluralism.
Has God Been Held Hostage by Philosophy?
"A forum on free-will theism, a new paradigm for understanding God."
Theologian of the Spirit
Calvin was no charismatic, but he was closer to it than some Reformed people readily admit.
To Judge, or Not to Judge
Christ commanded us not to judge others, but aren't there times when common sense or prudence requires it? Asked by Stephen Hunt, St. Paul, Minnesota
A Wind that Swirls Everywhere
Pentecostal scholar Amos Yong thinks he sees the Holy Spirit working in other religions, too.
Fighting Words
Forged in the heat of theological battle, Augustine's five most distinctive teachings remain controversial.
Theology for the Rest of Us
"Introductions to theological thinking need not be dry, bloated, or inaccessible."
Reforming the Reformed
Calvinists, says one Calvinist, misunderstand some of their history and theology. A review of 'Ten Myths About Calvinism.'
Water Works: Why Baptism Is Essential
Some churches say Baptism is optional, but the New Testament teaches it is integral to the life of faith.
The Tradition Temptation
Why we should still give Scripture pride of place
Does Evangelical Theology Have a Future?
Roger Olson argues that a division between traditionalists and reformists threatens to end our theological consensus.
Don't Hate Me Because I'm Arminian
My Reformed friends sometimes treat me like the enemy, but actually we need each other.
A Combustible Faith
How politics and religion forged Christian orthodoxy. A review of Philip Jenkins' latest book 'Jesus Wars.'

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The Supreme Court Needs to Be Less Central to American Public Life
The Supreme Court Needs to Be Less Central to American Public Life
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