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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 Schools
Rise of honorary degrees raises concern about misuse of “Dr.” in ministry.
Gleanings: July/August 2018
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.
What Young Adults in 100 Countries Think of Religion
Despite age gaps, Pew Research uncovers a few places where the next generation is actually more devout than their parents and grandparents.
J. D. Greear Elected Youngest Southern Baptist President in Decades
The popular North Carolina megachurch pastor takes over amid significant membership declines and a public reckoning over abuse cases.
Women Are the Talk of 2018’s Southern Baptist Annual Meeting
Both officially and unofficially, leaders of America’s largest Protestant denomination turn their attention to better responses to sexism and abuse.
‘Vicar of Baghdad’ Cleared of Paying ISIS to Redeem Yazidi Sex Slaves
Case of Andrew White exposes hazards of charity work in a war zone.
Patterson Withdraws from SBC Annual Meeting
Decision will avoid a distracting showdown on first day of Southern Baptist delegates’ Dallas gathering.
Bavaria Requires Crosses on All Public Buildings. Church Leaders Disagree.
German Christians debate whether conservative state’s new law honors or hijacks the core symbol of their faith.
Died: Sam Moore, Who Made Thomas Nelson a Top Christian Publisher
Former CEO spent decades building up company’s offerings of Bibles and bestsellers.
Christian Baker Wins Supreme Court’s Masterpiece Cakeshop Case
Jack Phillips scores a major religious freedom victory—for himself, as ruling fails to resolve legal debate over LGBT accommodations and conscience rights of conservative Christians.
Why the Winning Spelling Bee Word, ‘Koinonia,’ Is So Easy for Christians
The Greek word is common church lingo for fellowship and community.
Go Tell It on the iPhone
Christians agree: Technology has made in-person conversations harder, but sharing one’s faith easier.
Top Story June 21, 2018
Loving Our Neighbors Knows No Borders—Even Political Ones
Loving Our Neighbors Knows No Borders—Even Political Ones
Along the way, we may be able to show people Jesus.
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