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Stein is Right: Darwinism Led to the Holocaust

Although racism of course did not begin with Charles Darwin, he did more than any other person to popularize it. After he “proved” that all humans descended from apes, it was natural to conclude that some races had descended further than others.

Progressing Right Out of Orthodoxy

Today, I rise to announce a new movement. We've got conservatives, liberals and progressives. Now it's time for the regressive movement!

Is Belief in God Just a Natural Phenomenon?

Scholars are working on an attempt to propose a purely natural origin for belief in God. One group of scientists armed with a multi-million-dollar budget is working on an effort known as "Explaining Religion."

Crossroads: Navigating Your Calling and Career

In Crossroads, Colin Creel seeks to navigate the murky waters of career and calling by looking at the biblical view of calling, recognizing that each of us is here for a reason, and offering practical guidelines on seizing career opportunities. Read anexcerpt from chapter one.

Fashion and Following the Savior

Spring and summer usher in a vast array of immodest and indecent clothing. What’s a Christian woman to do?

  • Carolyn Mahaney, Janelle Bradshaw, Nicole Whitacre |
  • April 15, 2008 |
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Six Simple Words

A friend's e-mail ended with this statement: "God is God, good, and great." I was struck at once by their simplicity and profundity. How much truth those six little words contain.

Beyond Left and Right Proves Timely, Refreshing

In light of the harsh rhetoric of the current political culture, and the at times strident all-or-nothing approach of Christians to politics, Black’s book is incredibly refreshing. Every Christian who wants to be involved in politics should read this book.

Letter to a New Pastor

Entire books have been written to beginning pastors, but here are ten pointers, most of which I have learned the hard way.

Short-term Missions: Who Decides What the Needs Are?

When we plan mission trips, too often we ask the local church if they want to be involved. Maybe we should start by asking if we should be involved at all, and if so, how?

Experience God as Good When Life Isn't

The answers to life's hardest questions become personal only when you experience God’s goodness for yourself. Take it from a minister at Virginia Tech.

A Place for the King: The Biblical Foundation for Worshiping Jesus

The living God dwells where His people worship, and life happens where He dwells. Therefore, the life-flow of a church congregation will rise only as high as their worship of the Godhead.

Care of Creation Ministry's First Priority is God

I'm scared off by people who tend to treat the earth as god, rather than as God's handiwork, so I have avoided considering my responsibility as a steward of God’s property until a recent trip to Kenya...

Africa, AIDS, and the Good-Samaritan-in-Chief

In the current Time magazine Bob Geldof talks about regarding a recent trip he made to Africa with President George W. Bush. He has observed what Bush has done in Africa, particularly on AIDS, and is enormously grateful for the president’s truly unprecedented actions. To cite just one example: in 2003, only 50,000 Africans were on HIV antiretroviral drugs; today, thanks to American relief, 1.3 million receive free medicine.

Religious Liberty: The Pivotal Issue in These Pivotal Days

Today we are again at a pivotal moment in Christian-Muslim and Western-Muslim relations. However this time the outcome is not going to be determined by military might, but on the strength of moral and ideological convictions.

He Said-She Said: What Is My Destiny?

A reader asks: “Is something wrong if, at 30 years old, you don’t know what you want to be when you’re already ‘grown up’?” Find out what “He” and “She” have to say in response to this question about destiny.

  • Cliff Young & Laura MacCorkle |
  • April 09, 2008 |
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The Church in Post-Christendom Part 2: Understanding the "Good News"

If "the church of Jesus Christ is not the purpose or goal of the gospel, but rather its instrument and witness," then what exactly is the church's mission?

Should we Miss Church Graveyards?

Not many churches have cemeteries anymore. In some ways, that's a good thing. But I wonder if we are losing something by outsourcing the care of our dead to the funeral industry.

Evangelists: Grassley Probe Chills Religious Liberty

Lawyers for "prosperity gospel" televangelists Kenneth Copeland and Creflo Dollar have told U.S. senators that they will not comply with a probe into their ministries, citing religious freedom rights.

The Profitable Good Samaritan?

Is that possible – to be a “profitable Good Samaritan?” Or is doing good always connected to being broke yourself?

Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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