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Ghana Pentecostals Come to the Defense of Accused Witches
An old woman was killed when she refused to confess to causing irregular rain. Christians had to speak up.
20 Questions for the Churches in Africa
Conrad Mbewe, a Zambian pastor, asks them in his book. But there are others worth considering.
O que Kuyper pode nos ensinar 100 anos depois
Os evangélicos podem construir a confiança social por meio de um compromisso com instituições cristãs e com o serviço ao mundo.
What Kuyper Can Teach Us 100 Years Later
Evangelicals can build social trust through a commitment to Christian institutions and service to the world.
Is Justice a Broken Signpost?
N.T. Wright's Broken Signposts
Share the Gospel with Prisoners. Then Apply It to the System.
Evangelicals are superb at the first task. To what extent do they embrace the second as well?
Creation Care Movement Takes Action with Solar Panels and Petitions
Evangelicals concerned for the environment make strides toward change.
Post-Election Civility Is Not Enough
Love keeps no record of wrongs, but it does stand up against them.
Broken Signposts
Major themes, echoes of a voice, often unheard
Holistic Mission in the Brown Church
Central features of the Brown Church Culturally Appropriated
Five Habits of a Missional Church
Spiritual disciplines can become too individualistic
Evangelicals for Social Action Leaves Behind ‘Evangelical’ Label
The 47-year-old organization sticks with the broader movement’s mission but not its name.
John Calvin: Justice Is a Form of Worship
According to the Reformer, pursuing the good of others is a way to love God.
J.I. Packer: The Bible’s Guide for Christian Activism
Trying to improve society is not worldliness but love.
Why One Texas Pastor Believes Racial Justice Should Start with Stories
Candid accounts of the daily grind of oppression are a first step toward national healing.
Threw Away Your Shot? You’ll Get Another.
When we mess up God-given opportunities, God has a habit of giving us more.
Secular Faiths Are Remaking the American Religious Landscape
Tara Isabella Burton’s report on the ascendance of “Remixed” spirituality is equal parts fascinating and dismaying.
Portland Is Still Protesting. Where Is the Church?
Christian leaders weigh when and how to engage in the city’s mounting clash over racial justice.

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How to Fake a Fragment of the Dead Sea Scrolls
How to Fake a Fragment of the Dead Sea Scrolls
And other things you wanted to ask an expert in forged biblical antiquities.

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