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Little Colleges That Could
How five small Christian schools are adapting to the new environment.
Fight Between Erskine College and Its Denomination Will Head to Court
Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church fired board members, alleging mission drift.
Boycotting Bloggingheads
Reaction to an Intelligent Design debate shows limit to public discussion.
A New Way to Finance Education
For-profit Christian education is becoming more attractive.
When the War Never Ends
Many vets are ambushed by post-traumatic stress disorder. But some churches are coming to their defense.
The Silent War at Home
How the church is helping veterans struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder
Iowa Churches: We Need to Be Clear on Same-Sex Marriage
But pastors disagree whether last week's court decision should mean more activism on the issue.
Translation Tiff
Some Jamaicans aren't eager to see a Bible in the country's majority language.
Foreign Correspondence
Muslim and Christian leaders seek common ground in conciliatory letters.
ID Tagged
Faculty member at Iowa State University denied tenure for supporting intelligent design.
Pinching Pennies
The dollar's fall has squeezed missionary budgets—with no reprieve in sight.
Voting Values
New poll suggests that the Iraq war may trump abortion and gay marriage.
Choosing a Side
New Amnesty International policy says abortion shouldn't be illegal.
Going Green
Though many Christians question the reality of climate change and global warming, these evangelical leaders have become champions for the environment. But will the church follow?
"I Felt Pain Everywhere"
Carrie McDonnall and her husband went to Iraq to share God's love, but an insurgent attack left them clinging to life
A Rescuer's Journal
Helicopter pilot Iain McConnell joined the Coast Guard to save lives. Hurricane Katrina gave him that opportunity—and a whole lot more.