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"Christian History Corner: Palestinian Christians, Strangers in a Familiar Land"
"They've called the Holy Land home for centuries, but they've never actually governed themselves"
Is Speaking Truth a Hate Crime?
Hate laws making their way through U.S. and British governments highlight the need for peaceful yet critical Christian witness. A 12th-century abbot leads the way.
A Problematic Mission?
Would the Spanish friars of California's historic missions have lobbied for the separation of church and state?
India: Did You Know?
Interesting facts about Christianity in India
The Council of Nicaea and its bitter aftermath
Revisiting the Pagan Olympic Games
New scholarship on the ancient Olympics reminds Christians why Emperor Theodosius outlawed the event so many centuries ago.
Good Habits
Benedictines, Franciscans, and Dominicans all sought to live by high ideals, but only one order matched Thomas's love for both spirituality and intellect.
Opponents of Allegory
The scholars at Antioch rejected allegory in favor of history. But their interpretive method led some into heresy.
Got Your 'Spiritual Director' Yet?
"The roots of a resurgent practice, plus 14 books for further study"
Good News to the Jew First
Critics of The Passion of the Christ assume the story embodies an anti-Semitic message. But does it?
How Will It All End?
Left Behind is neither the first nor the last word on last things.
In Search of the Real Balian
In Kingdom of Heaven, Sir Ridley Scott turns Balian of Ibelin into an agnostic, but what do we know of the Balian of history?
Just War, Just Nation?
World War II preacher points America back to the nation's soul.
Missionary Tales from the Iraqi Front
The modern Anglican mission to Iraq met with initial success, but its story sounds a cautionary note.
Finding God in a Box
Have archaeological discoveries like the James ossuary served or obscured the quest to verify the Bible?
Good News to the Jew First
Critics of The Passion of Christ assume the story embodies an anti-Semitic message. But does it?
Peter Cartwright
One of the greatest frontier preachers and Methodist circuit riders.
Palestinian Christians: Strangers in a Familiar Land
They've called the Holy Land home for centuries, but they've never actually governed themselves.

Top Story October 30, 2020

God’s Call on the Politically Ambivalent Christian
God’s Call on the Politically Ambivalent Christian
Don’t let partisan extremes and animosities prevent you from entering the arena for the sake of the common good.

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