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Gordon Lewis: Irenic Apologist
Remembering one of the great early evangelical philosophers.
Chris Tomlin: On Top of the World
The most-sung artist in music history opens up about worship, justice, humility, and leading people to experience God on the most successful tour of his career.
The Hope Dealers of Honduras
Corruption, assassination, sex trafficking, and drug addiction thwart justice in the murder capital of the world.
UPDATED 1/4: Passion 2013: Live from Atlanta
60,000 university-aged students from around the globe are gathered at the Georgia Dome this week to "make Jesus famous" and "end modern-day slavery."
Hope for the Gay Undergrad
More and more groups connected with Christian colleges openly reach out to students with same-sex attractions.
Why Churches Worship Illegally—In Paris
Evangelical churches are multiplying but lack space to grow.
Should Pastors Be Required to Sign a Code of Ethics?
Observers weigh in.
Food Fights: Homeless Ministries Respond to Restrictions
Several cities enacted anti-feeding laws over the summer.
Women Speak Up and Out at Willow Creek's Global Leadership Summit
Condi Rice, Sheryl WuDunn, and IJM's Pranitha Timothy showed me that women can achieve enormous influence outside the walls of the church.
Confidence in U.S. Churches Hits All-Time Low
But organized religion still ranks higher than U.S. citizens' confidence in public schools, banks, and television news.
Proposed Blasphemy Law in Kurdistan Would Protect Christians As Well As Muslims
Parliamentarians in Iraq's Kurdish region hope to end religious violence by banning insults to what "all religions" have in common: "God, the prophets, holy books."
Rhode Island Will Decide Which Public Religious Icons Are Sufficiently Secular
Lawmakers create commission in response to WWI memorial cross that has split atheist groups.
Salem Communications Accused of Monopolizing Christian Concerts in Portland
Christian concert promoter LMG Concerts claims Salem radio station illegally blocks it from ads and woos away artists.
Medi-Share May Face Contempt Charge in Kentucky (Updated)
Cost-sharing ministry is still operating in Kentucky more than a year after a state court ordered it to stop.
Katy Perry's Part of Me 3-D: Does Everyone Really Like a Good Girl Gone Bad?
The pop artist's feature-length documentary shows her at her most vulnerable.
Insurance Carrier Orders Church How to Treat Sex Offenders
Oregon congregation protests requirements it must meet in order to stay insured.
Failure To Report Love Offerings Was Tax Evasion, Rules Fourth Circuit
North Carolina pastors claimed they didn't report $2.5 million because they believed love offerings were untaxable.
Supreme Court Rejects Appeal of Mt. Soledad Cross
(Updated) Not all cross disputes head to the court: One California city has reached an "unusually amicable" compromise.
Sandusky Victims Challenge Transfer of Charity to Christian Foster Ministry
Petition says Second Mile's $2.5 million in assets should be reserved for compensating abuse victims of Penn State coach.
Fourth Circuit Strikes Down Maryland Rules on Crisis Pregnancy Center Signs (UPDATED)
Appeals court says Baltimore and Montgomery County cannot force centers to advertise their lack of abortion or birth control services.