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Christians to Science: Leave Animals the Way God Designed Them—Except Mosquitoes
Pew finds 7 in 10 Americans, as well as highly committed evangelicals, say the pesky insects should be genetically engineered to reduce disease.
Why Zika, and Other Viruses, Don’t Disprove God’s Goodness
A microbiologist reflects on the problem of evil in human diseases.
Moms Who Miscarry Benefit from Going to Church, Research Shows
National study ties church participation to improved mental health after a miscarriage.
Intelligent Designer Babies? Christians Tell Pew Their Views on Gene Editing
Most believers favor using CRISPR technology in babies to fix congenital conditions, but not to reduce risk of disease later in life.
Surprise! A Conference for Gay Christians Has Sparked Controversy
Why Revoice has stirred debate about temptation and sin.
Study: US Churches Exclude Children with Autism, ADD/ADHD
Children with the greatest need for a supportive community were the most likely to feel unwelcome.
The Eternal Gospel Meets the Modern World
How the earliest evangelicals struggled to leave their imprint on emerging trends in science, law, and culture.
Sex Offenders Groom Churches Too
How predatory behavior goes undetected in congregations.
The Family Feud that Changed the Shape of Christian Higher Education
What makes a college “evangelical” or “fundamentalist?” The dividing lines weren’t always so clear.
The Myth of the Holy Hierarchy
Remembering UK scientist R. J. “Sam” Berry (1934–2018), a real scientist with real faith.
Jesus Showed Up in My Anatomy LabSubscriber Access Only
What dissecting bodies taught me about the passion story and life after death.
Marilynne Robinson’s Celebration of Humanity Is Brilliant but Incomplete
Insights from some of her heroes, like John Calvin and the Puritans, would help round out the picture.
You Have Searched Me, Oh Apple Face ID, and You Know Me
AI may be familiar with all our ways, but God created our face for much more.
When Life Burst Out of Death
A theological imagining of how the Big Bang echoes Easter.
Food for Thought: The Theological Life of Pi
The mind-boggling discoveries of computers and what we—and God?—still may never know.
A Wrinkle in Heaven
Can the spiritual dimensions of reality be probed by science?
Feeling Loved by God Buffers Body Esteem in Men More Than Women
Two psychologists at Hope College respond to Christian young adults who struggle with body satisfaction.
Creation Groans, but God Hears: Many Species Face ‘Thinning of Life’
On World Wildlife Day, conservationists reflect on biblical ways of dealing with eco-anxiety.
Behaving Like Children or Chimps?
Psychology study offers insight on why Jesus calls us to be like children.
Can Pain Cultivate Empathy in Us?
Research suggests yes, and even the unlikely can grow. But our suffering Savior is the best model.
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Will Sanctions Help Andrew Brunson More Than Hurt Turkish Christians?
Will Trump Sanctions Help Andrew Brunson More Than They Hurt Turkish Christians?
Religious freedom advocates consider if the need of the one outweighs the needs of the many.
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