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Pastoral care of gay people in our congregations cannot wait.
China Arrests Dozens of Prominent ChristiansSubscriber Access Only
At least 50 detained in fresh crackdown on house churches, reportedly promoted by new video and book releases.
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Post-Election Faith at WorkSubscriber Access Only
The next four years will not be a cake-walk for the pro-life, pro-family cause.
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Why Rick Warren may succeed where others failed.
The Culture of MeSubscriber Access Only
Moral values are fostered by shared community values.
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Roger Olson calls for a ceasefire in a long-running theological civil war.
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Former ETS president speaks about what he takes from evangelicalism back to the Roman Catholic Church.
A Passionate MosesSubscriber Access Only
In a new TV version of The Ten Commandments, Dougray Scott plays a Moses who's not afraid to show his emotions. Despite some fabrications, the 2-part miniseries is reasonably faithful to the Bible's account.
Global is the New LocalSubscriber Access Only
Princeton's Robert Wuthnow says American congregations are more international than ever.
Does Global Christianity Equal American Christianity?Subscriber Access Only
Historian Mark Noll talks about how U.S. missionaries have—and have not—shaped the faith in other nations.
EDITORIAL: Scalia’s FoolishnessSubscriber Access Only
Let's be fools for Christ, not plain fools.
What Really Died in OregonSubscriber Access Only
The state's voter-approved suicide law represents more than an extreme belief in personal autonomy.
Let the Candidates SpeakSubscriber Access Only
Why William Pfaff is wrong about an emerging 'religious litmus test'
You Talk About an EvolutionSubscriber Access Only
The 10,000-Mile CourtshipSubscriber Access Only
Behind Ted Olsen's report on Zambia.

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