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Now That You've Got Political Power, What Are You Going to Do with It?
History offers warning and hope for our modern-day Christian populism.
Miers Withdrawal Shows Split Among Religious Conservatives
High-profile cases underscore stakes for next nominee.
Not All Evangelicals Voted for Bush. That's News?
The controversy at Calvin looked nothing like it played in the media.
Pope Gave Evangelicals the Moral Impetus We Didn't Have
Timothy George discusses how "the greatest pope since the Reformation" changed evangelicalism without us knowing.
Dostoyevsky's Disregarded Prophecy
The famous Russian author shows us what's to fear in a world without God.
How Then Shall We Politick?
Michael Gerson, recently resigned Bush speechwriter and adviser, on how evangelicals should comport themselves in the public square.
Margin of Victory
Races where evangelicals play a decisive role in the November election. Today: U.S. Senate in Pennsylvania.
Q&A: Rep. Heath Shuler
Shuler, a Democratic Congressman from North Carolina who ran as a social conservative, defeated a Republican incumbent in 2006.
One Nation Under Secularism
France's peculiar aversion to public religiosity is rooted in a sordid history of sectarian violence.
Should We Fight for Under God?
The right approach to these two little words may not be obvious.
Signs of the Reformation's Success?
Reformation scholar Timothy George discusses Pope John Paul II's historical significance and this 'momentous' era of Catholic-evangelical dialogue.
'Hymn for Easter Day'
Charles Wesley's 'Christ the Lord Is Risen Today' brings alleluia's historical significance to modern audiences.
Logic Left Behind
Kevin Phillips's new political screed is stranger than fiction—much stranger.
NAE Board Chairman Shocked by Haggard Resignation
Roy Taylor says NAE hopes to name interim president next week.
Latter-Day Politics
Mitt Romney believes American values, not Mormon doctrine, should rule a President.
Finding Meaning in the Pentateuch
Powerful endorsements bolster John Sailhamer's new tome on the Bible's first five books.
The Authentic Bonhoeffer
Eric Metaxas explains how the German theologian lived a life worth examining.
Uwe Siemon-Netto: Ignore History at Your Own Peril
UPI religion columnist decries the shallow Christianity of those who neglect the past.
Q & A: John Thune
The Republican from South Dakota, who defeated Senate Minority Leader Tom Daschle last November. Daschle had taken a leading role in blocking some of President Bush's pro-life judicial nominees.
Q&A: Darrell Bock
CT spoke with Bock, Dallas Theological Seminary research professor of New Testament and author of the forthcoming The Missing Gospels (Nelson), about the stir caused by the Gospel of Judas release in early April.

Top Story September 23, 2020

The Supreme Court Needs to Be Less Central to American Public Life
The Supreme Court Needs to Be Less Central to American Public Life
Here’s what evangelicals should expect—and not expect—from the highest court in the land.

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