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Interview: Reopening Muslim Minds to Freedom and Tolerance
Mustafa Akyol explains why his new book explores the history of apostasy laws, the sayings of Muhammad, and the prospects for greater pluralism in the Islamic world.
The Challenge of Being a Faithful Boss When a Pandemic Nearly Kills Your Industry
A Christian restauranteur relies on God while navigating his first major layoffs, angry customers, closures, and the continued challenges brought on by COVID-19.
Weekly Meanderings, 19 June 2021
Links across the webs
US Evangelicals Promise Prayers and Support for Israel’s New Prime Minister
Letter welcomes Benjamin Netanyahu’s successor after Friends of Zion founder pledged to oppose the incoming leader.
Juneteenth and the Great Commission
Acknowledging the example of African American Christians to steward liberation for the church’s mission.
June (Web-only)Episode 269|1 hr 5 min
Critical Race Theory, Sex Abuse, and Southern Baptists
How the denomination confronted controversy at this week’s annual gathering.
It’s Never Too Late to Forgive a Flawed Father—or to Ask How He Got His Scars
What an attention-starved son learned while reconstructing the life of his distant dad.
3 Toolkits to Help You Talk with Vaccine-Hesitant People in your Church and Community
Sixty percent of Americans are still not vaccinated. Here are some tools for communicating about it.
The Weapon of Worship
Rethinking the power of worship
Beth Moore Mengatakan Dia Bukan Lagi Baptis Selatan Englishespañol
The Supreme Court Sets a Good Precedent in Fulton, But Questions Remain
The court sidestepped some of the major issues, but this is still a good day for religious liberty.
Supreme Court Sides with Catholic Foster Care Agency
But majority declines to revisit rules for religious accommodation, over protests from justices Samuel Alito and Neil Gorsuch.
Care About Religious Liberty? Defend Religious Minorities.
Why Christians should support the “compelling interest” standard of accommodation.
The Holy Spirit Sets Us Free For Responsibility, Not From It
Pentecostal spirituality calls Christians to the public sphere—to pour our lives out for others.

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It’s Never Too Late to Forgive a Flawed Father
It’s Never Too Late to Forgive a Flawed Father—or to Ask How He Got His Scars
What an attention-starved son learned while reconstructing the life of his distant dad.

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