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Reflections on Transferring Power
Thoughts on our role as Christians as we enter a new season as a nation.
Trump Administration Expands Religious Exemptions for Federal Contractors
A new Labor Department rule offers organizations providing government services more freedom to follow their own employment guidelines on faith and LGBT identity.
Por que os evangélicos discordam sobre o presidente
A razão pela qual estamos divididos e como podemos nos unir.
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為何福音派對於現任總統意見分歧
我們分裂的原因,以及我們如何能走到一起。
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Por qué los evangélicos no están de acuerdo acerca del presidente
La razón por la que estamos divididos y cómo podemos reencontrarnos.
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为何福音派对于现任总统意见分歧
我们分裂的原因,以及我们如何能走到一起。
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Why Evangelicals Disagree on the President
The reason we’re divided, and how we can come together.
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Before You Vote: An Interview with David Platt
An excerpt from Ed's recent interview with David Platt.
Capitol Hill Baptist DC Ruling
A favorable ruling for a church gathering
A New Face for Canadian Social Conservatism
Leslyn Lewis is a long shot for party leadership, but she’s showing the country a savvy way to talk about faith in politics.
When Is It a Sin to Vote for a Political Candidate?
Christians consider the moral weight of the ballot.
How Megachurches Spent Coronavirus Relief Funds
Religious groups got $7.3B in forgivable loans. That financial security helped ministry teams focus.
Deutsche Pastoren behaupten: Konvertierte Flüchtlinge sind keine Betrüger
Kirchen weisen die neue Skepsis der Einwanderungsbehörden in Bezug auf authentischen Glauben zurück.
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What the Ministerial Exception Will Mean for Religious Employers
For Christians who despaired over recent Supreme Court rulings, the Our Lady of Guadalupe decision has a lot to offer.
Refugee Converts Aren’t ‘Fraudsters,’ German Pastors Say
Churches push back on immigrant officials' new skepticism of authentic faith.
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Juneteenth: A Truer Independence Day
The official end of slavery in America more fully embraces the self-evident truth of all people as created equal.
Can Churches Reopen Like Businesses? In Minnesota, Yes. In Nevada, No.
Despite Supreme Court decision, religious liberty advocates clash with states over varying rules.
No Joyful Noise as German Churches Reopen Without Singing
Lockdown measures eased, but Christians struggle with coronavirus restrictions.
Does Stay-in-Your-Car Worship Comply with Stay-at-Home Orders?
Church, state, and health officials across the country disagree about drive-in services.
A Few Churches Are Defying Bans on Large Gatherings. That Could Be Bad for Religious Liberty.
Experts warn that grandstanding will make it harder to defend against real threats.

Top Story January 27, 2021

Questions Continue for Women in Complementarian Churches
Questions Continue for Women in Complementarian Churches
Three decades after the Danvers Statement articulated clear gender roles, its application still causes tension.

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