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Would You Like to Super-Size Your Ministry?
Joan Kroc's $1.5 billion bequest to the Salvation Army promises to boost its admirable outreach, but history suggests new challenges and temptations lie ahead.
Ask Not What Your God Can Do for You
Rather, love God for who he is, says John Piper.
Haggard Resigns as NAE President
Pastor also steps aside at New Life Church after allegations by male prostitute.
House Adds Homosexuality to Hate-Crimes Protections
White House opposition fails to ease many Christians' worries.
Q&A: Richard Land
The president of the Southern Baptist Convention's Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission talks about his new book, The Divided States of America?
Q&A: Peter Wehner
Wehner, the former director of the White House Office of Strategic Initiatives and deputy assistant to the President, joined the Ethics and Public Policy Center in August as a senior fellow.
Scripture and The Wall Street Journal
David Miller wants us to think more deeply about integrating faith and work.
5 Big Questions from The Da Vinci Code
A brief guide.
Transcending the Worship Wars
Bryan Chapell urges Christians to move past musical preferences toward Christ-Centered Worship.
One Nation Under Secularism
France's peculiar aversion to public religiosity is rooted in a sordid history of sectarian violence.
Bush Visit to Calvin College Exposes Divisions
Commencement address invigorates debates about the Reformed relationship to American politics and evangelicalism.
Nicholas Kristof on Evangelicals, China, and Human Rights
The Pulitzer Prize winner says, "Evangelicals have influence in the White House that The New York Times columnists do not."
A Complicated, Consequential Leader
Michael Kazin's recent biography of Williams Jennings Bryan introduces the 'Great Commoner' to a new generation.
Redeeming Bitterness
Miroslav Volf tells how to stop the 'shield of memory' from turning into a sword.
Black Power from the Pulpit
In wake of Obama's speech, author talks about The Decline of African American Theology.
What I Would Have Done Differently
Billy Graham's regrets, in his own words.
Why some Jews fear The Passion
Mel Gibson's The Passion of the Christ gives Christians the chance to disavow a shameful history of anti-Semitism.
Let Us Not Set Asunder
The threat of gay marriage challenges Christians to defend older, better definitions of marriage. But what are those definitions, and how did they develop?
The Prohibition of Gay Marriage
We can learn from the defeat of American Christian activism's greatest legislative victory.
Football's Pious Pioneer
Amos Alonzo Stagg instilled in football Christian values that remain apparent today.

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