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'A Rock Band That's Good for Something'Subscriber Access Only
The author of Walk On: The Spiritual Journey of U2 talks about why politicians listen to Bono
The Growing Legacy of The ChoirSubscriber Access Only
A Troubadour and His GuitarSubscriber Access Only
Once poised for folk-rock stardom, John Michael Talbot chose a quieter path
Can Any Good Thing Come Out of Hollywood?Subscriber Access Only
An interview with producer Ken Wales
To Embrace the EnemySubscriber Access Only
Is reconciliation possible in the wake of such evil?
The Man Who Ignited the DebateSubscriber Access Only
An interview with I Kissed Dating Goodbye author Joshua Harris
What Rap Does RightSubscriber Access Only
dc Talk's Toby McKeehan sees hip-hop as life music.
'Judge Us by Our Fruits'Subscriber Access Only
The founder of Weigh Down responds to her critics.
Incarnating MysterySubscriber Access Only
Michael Card argues that a proper view of Christ is a key to creativity.
Sex and the Single ChristianSubscriber Access Only
What about the unmarried in their postcollege years?
Peter Jennings on JesusSubscriber Access Only
ABC anchorman Peter Jennings discusses what moved him as he filmed a special on the life of Christ.
Carl Ellis on How Islam Is Winning Black AmericaSubscriber Access Only
Now is the time to turn the tide, says apologist Carl Ellis.
The Clumsy EmbraceSubscriber Access Only
Croatian Miroslav Volf wanted to love his Serbian enemies; the Prodigal's father is showing him how.
De-Seiple-ing World VisionSubscriber Access Only
Straight talk from Bob Seiple on myopic Americans and the new realities facing international development.
Abortion's Untold StorySubscriber Access Only
How journalist Cynthia Gorney has helped both sides of the abortion debate to view the other side honestly.
Robert Bork: Give Me Liberty, But Don't Give Me FilthSubscriber Access Only
The legal theorist and Supreme Court nominee makes a case for censorship.
Boy Preacher Turns Friendly CriticSubscriber Access Only
An interview with William Martin.
Apostle to the CitySubscriber Access Only
To urban expert Ray Bakke, cities are the laboratory of God's mission in the world, not a problem to be solved.
Apostle to the City, Part 2Subscriber Access Only
To urban expert Ray Bakke, cities are the laboratory of God's mission in the world, not a problem to be solved.
Of Trains and TortureSubscriber Access Only
A well-told story of a small redemption.
Sorry, James and David: Silas and Obadiah Are Today’s Trending Bible Names.
Sorry, James and David: Silas and Obadiah Are Today’s Trending Bible Names.
Weird biblical names are on the rise. What’s behind the trend?
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