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Evangelical Foundations See Surge in Donations
Wealthy Christians favor new tool for family funds.
Apologetics Makes a Comeback Among Youth
Youth ministry sees the return of reasons.
Christian Colleges Part of White House Interfaith Service Push
Schools say listening is a key part of the project—but theological pluralism isn’t.
Global Reactions to John Stott's Death
N.T. Wright, David Zac Niringiye, and others offer more reflection on the legacy of the worldwide leader.
Leaders and Friends Remember John Stott
What Billy Graham, Mark Noll, John Piper, and others are saying about the life and ministry of John Stott.
Willow Creek Splits with Exodus International
Decision is among a series of departures for ex-gay organization.
Shouwang Showdown, 15 Weeks In
Members of one of China's largest house churches continue to meet amid arrests.
Top Evangelical, Catholic, and Mainline Bodies Issue Evangelism Rules
Missiologists applaud unity effort, but note what's missing and what will raise eyebrows.
U.S. Appeals Court: Schools Can Ban Worship
Ruling says New York ban on church services doesn't discriminate against expression. But legal scholars say the decision is unlikely to stand.
Harold Camping's Rapture Campaign: Can He Be Sued for Fraud?
As an atheist group asks the California attorney general for action, legal scholars say efforts are almost certainly doomed.
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