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Judging the Justices
Yes, the judiciary is usurping the powers of the people, but talk of revolution is alarmist.
Straight Arrow
Straight Arrow
The Oprahcizing of American Politics
Like everything else in our culture, the political process has been turned into a consumer commodity.
Inside CT: Coming Attractions
Movies, magazines, and critics
'I Thirst'
A meditation on one of the last words of Christ.
Liberator of the West
Aside from stumbling over John, Thomas Cahill's assessment of the historical Jesus is surprisingly sane.
Haggard 'Deserves What He Got'
So says Alexandra Pelosi, whose documentary about Haggard airs on HBO this week. But she also sees a man who has worked through his pain—thanks to the Bible.
The Accidental Anglican
On his journey from Calvary Chapel through the Vineyard, the emerging church, the Alpha Course, and now the Anglican Mission in America, Todd Hunter has remained tightly focused on evangelism.
Risky Business
News Hound Heaven
Butt Out
It's high time we saved children from the tobacco industry.
Creating Husbands and Fathers
The discussion of gender roles moves beyond 'proof-text poker.'
Raising Up Fathers
An interview with Maggie Gallagher
Operation Human Rights
How evangelicals got outside their comfort zone to help the oppressed overseas.
Mission-Driven Faith
An interview with Thomas Oden and J.I. Packer
Getting the Word Out
An exhibit at the Huntington Library shows how Bibles big and small gave power to the people
Follow the Money
A More Demanding Faith
Christian history is full of attempts to lead a more radical faith.

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What Pastors See as the ‘New Normal’ for Preaching After the Pandemic
What Pastors See as the ‘New Normal’ for Preaching After the Pandemic
COVID-19’s ministry disruptions are generating lasting insights.

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