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Iranian Christian Refugees Are Still Stranded in Austria. But Are Things About to Change?
Dozens of Christians and other religious minorities from Iran have been on a resettlement roller coaster. It just took a new turn.
Turkey Keeps American Pastor Behind Bars—At Least for Three More Months
Andrew Brunson has spent most of the last two years in prison based on wild—or absent—accusations.
Poll: You're Probably Inviting Friends to Church
The more often people go, the more likely they are to invite someone to come along.
World Cup Evangelism Has Flourished. What Comes Next?
Hundreds of thousands of Russians have heard the gospel during the month-long soccer tournament. It is just the beginning.
Trump’s Supreme Court Pick Is Brett Kavanaugh, Another Religious Liberty Defender
GOP establishment darling and Court of Appeals judge nominated to fill outgoing Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy’s critical seat.
What Jordan’s Evangelicals Think of Templeton Winner King Abdullah’s Interfaith Acclaim
The ruler was awarded the prestigious $1.4 million prize for modeling Islamic tolerance internationally. Here’s how Protestants in his home country gauge his leadership.
Ebola Deaths Rise As Patients Turn to Miracles Over Medicine
African officials pled with faith healers to let doctors treat the latest fatal outbreak.
Died: James Earl Massey, the Church of God’s ‘Prince of Preachers’
The influential leader kept teaching—and learning—homiletics over his 70-year career.
Supreme Court: California Can’t Force Pro-Life Pregnancy Centers to Promote Abortion
Clinics’ free speech rights trump an “unduly burdensome” state disclosure requirement.
Guess Who’s Coming to Church: Multiracial Congregations Triple Among Protestants
Sociologists evaluate the progress and future of the evangelical push for church diversity.
Harold Smith to Retire as CEO of Christianity Today
He has served the company for 34 years, 11 as president.
Global Religious Freedom Takes Its Biggest Hit in Over a Decade
Christianity is the biggest religion in the world. It's also still the most restricted.
Mideast Christians See Russia—not the US—as Defender of Their Faith
Perplexed by America on Syria, Russian evangelicals and Middle East Christians debate if Moscow really cares.
A Degree of Contention at Christian SchoolsSubscriber Access Only
Rise of honorary degrees raises concern about misuse of “Dr.” in ministry.
Gleanings: July/August 2018Subscriber Access Only
Important developments in the church and the world (as they appeared in our July/August issue).
Nicaraguan Unrest Squashes Summer Missions
Church teams cancel trips as protests limit access and security.
Canada’s Supreme Court Rejects Country’s Only Christian Law School
Trinity Western University’s loss over its LGBT stance is seen as a blow to religious freedom.
US Tells Iraqi Christians Help Is on Its Way (For Real This Time)
After months of delays, Vice President Pence pushes to streamline aid to the persecuted.
World Refugee Day 2018: ‘Welcoming the Stranger’ Meets ‘Zero Tolerance’
Christians pray for asylum seekers and defend family unity amid US policy changes.
World Cup Evangelism Evades Russia’s Ban
Banned from sharing the gospel at games, Protestants adopt a new missionary strategy.
Top Story July 22, 2018
The ‘Protestant Work Ethic’ Really Does Fight Poverty
The ‘Protestant Work Ethic’ Really Does Fight Poverty
How Christian discipleship affects household income.
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