Bright Unto the End
In the face of retirement and death, the founder of Campus Crusade says his spirit still soars
Bonhoeffer in Love
Letters from 1943 to 1945 between the theologian and his fiancée reveal the other half of a costly discipleship
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Twenty-six years after leaving prison, Charles Colson has become one of America's most significant social reformers
God at Risk
A former process theologian says a 30-percent God is not worth worshipping
Cassie Said Yes, They Say No
"They can throw this all around, but I was there. Reporters or investigators can't tell me how it went."—Craig Scott
The mainstream press unquestioningly accepted Salon.com's flimsy debunking of the Columbine confession.
Are Christians prepared for Muslims in the mainstream?