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It’s the Summer of Weddings. Here Are Other Milestones We Can Celebrate.
The church has a unique opportunity to recognize markers of spiritual growth in our communities.
The American Mosque: More Suburban, Less Conversion
As “mosque planting” and “unmosqued youth” increasingly resemble patterns in the church, evangelical experts reflect on implications for faith and witness.
Perpetual Love: A Prayer
Mission Fields in the Northern Hemisphere
Hospitals and housing for senior citizens
Weekly Meanderings, 12 June 2021
Our weekly selection of links across the web.
Southern Baptists Take Sides Ahead of Nashville Meeting
A recent call to investigate the Executive Committee over abuse responses is the latest issue up for debate. Opposing factions in the SBC both say its future is at stake.
Mi caótica conversión
Como profesora lesbiana de izquierda, yo despreciaba a los cristianos. Pero, de alguna forma, me convertí en uno de ellos.
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Wheaton College New Endowed Chair of Biblical Evangelism
New faculty position to expand scholarship on biblical evangelism.
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Rick Warren Mastered the Formula for Suburban Church Growth
Why the “Purpose Driven” pastor connected with Southern Californians.
Will Christians Teaching Abroad Be Able to Go Back to School?
For international schools, the pandemic offered new opportunities for public witness around the world. It also resulted in staff shortages and unpredictable enrollment.
For Popular Twitter Seminarian, Sassiness Is a Spiritual Gift
Leah Boyd represents a new generation of women in ministry, bringing a sense of humor and hope to theological debates.
How Evangelicals Can Grapple with the Vaccine Using Both Science and Theology
HDI town hall interview with Dr. Francis Collins and Timothy Dalrymple
La pensée évangélique sur la Trinité est souvent étonnamment révisionniste
Le théologien Matthew Barrett déplore un éloignement par rapport à une compréhension orthodoxe de Dieu : Père, Fils et Esprit.
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Notre attirance pour les idoles reste la même, même si les noms changent
Comment les cultes idolâtres d'aujourd'hui ressemble à ceux de l'Ancien Testament.
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Algeria Returns a Historic Church, But Stops Christian Worship at 20 Others
One court yields keys to colonial-era worship site, while another issues verdict for prominent pastor facing proselytism charges.
Biden DOJ to Vigorously Defend Religious School Exemptions
The Biden administration support of religious school exemptions is making news, but the Equality Act is still a major concern.
Jemar Tisby: Three Words Should Guide Our Pursuit of Racial Justice
In his latest book, the “Color of Compromise” author turns from the lessons of history to the proper Christian response.
Why I Stopped Calling Parts of the Bible ‘Boring’
Scripture is a door and a feast if you ask the right questions.

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Will Christians Teaching Abroad Be Able to Go Back to School?
Will Christians Teaching Abroad Be Able to Go Back to School?
For international schools, the pandemic offered new opportunities for public witness around the world. It also resulted in staff shortages and unpredictable enrollment.

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