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Why the Church Has (Legislated) Laryngitis

Before the Johnson Amendment, churches had a strong and vibrant voice in our political and cultural discourse. One amendment changed that.

Build Radical Relationships

Jesus practiced radical love and it transformed the hearts of those He encountered. Whether with my Heavenly Father or others, healthy relationships don't just happen; they need to be cultivated and nurtured.

The Deep Things Of God: Understanding the Trinity

Fred Sanders rightly argues that the gospel is inherently Trinitarian. Learn more about how the work of Father, Son, and Holy Spirit in the gospel adds depth to faith and the Christian life.

The Bible: Precious, True, Glorious Baby Talk

God inspired an entire Bible of baby talk. True baby talk. Baby talk with absolute authority and power. Baby talk that is sweeter than honey and more to be desired than gold.

Wannabe Cool Christianity: Sacrificing Authentic for Hip

The congregation is meeting in a warehouse in a neighborhood filled with trendy shops, cafes, and theaters. The pastor sports a faux hawk and skinny jeans. As Brett McCracken asks, what message is this church portraying?

Loving Your Neighbor (Beyond Theory)

  • Michael Craven |
  • September 23, 2010 |
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The Subtle Body — Should Christians Practice Yoga?

When Christians practice yoga, they must either deny the reality of what yoga represents or fail to see the contradictions between their Christian commitments and their embrace of yoga. The contradictions are not few, nor are they peripheral.

Islamophobia: We Have More to Fear than Fear Itself

We’re all against demagoguery and hate crimes, but there has to be a middle ground between an “anti-Muslim frenzy” and abject silence.

Autism and the Rebirth of Euguenics

I cannot imagine life without my autistic grandson, Max. However, the chilling truth is, there are plenty of people who can.

Future Trends in Evangelicalism

Evangelical churches that have been successful in the past ten years have been able to anticipate and recognize trends quickly, and also find effective ways to communicate the gospel to the culture in which they live. For that to continue this decade, several issues must be discussed and resolved.

Ten Missional Prayers for the Church Today

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • September 21, 2010 |
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Does God Care How Much We Give?

God didn’t just give a little for us; He gave His best. He gave Himself. John says that it is no different for us: True love requires sacrifice.

Being Confident of God's Plan

Follow a study of Pontius Pilate to reveal how God's plans are certain, perfect, and unchangeable.

Tell Me the Stories of Jesus

When I was a child who attended Sunday school and eagerly listened to my teacher, was I receiving the kingdom of God? The story of Mr. William Parker suggests yes.

  • Lucy Neeley Adams |
  • September 09, 2010 |
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Psalm 51: Darkness and Light

“He’d lived in the darkness for so long he didn’t know that it was dark. Dark was normal, and since he’d never experienced light, dark didn’t seem dark to him.” This meditation on Psalm 51 by Paul Tripp marvels at what happens when the light finally breaks through – and we see what we never knew we were missing.

  • Paul David Tripp |
  • September 11, 2008 |
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Shouting, “Peace! Peace!” Where There Is No Peace

We all pray for peace, but we also pray for justice. It might be better to hope for a wary and watchful tension in the Middle East, than a peace bought at the expense of the rights of minorities in the region.

  • John Mark Reynolds |
  • September 15, 2010 |
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Strange Science: Making the Creator from Our Image

There are some scientists who do believe there was a creator. The problem is that some of their ideas about the “creator” and his “creation” are straight out of a comic-book convention.

Officials Awaken to Forced Marriage, Conversion of Pakistani Girls

Shah Taj, a 14-year-old Christian girl from Lahore, Pakistan, was on her way to school when a vehicle occupied by three men pulled up beside her. Grabbing her, they threw her in and sped off.

Unraveling The Unshakable Truth with Josh McDowell

Christians are commonly told to "have faith" in our spiritual lives, but can those very words serve as a stumbling block in our walk with Christ? Josh McDowell thinks so, and would point us to The Unshakable Truth in Whom we place our faith.

  • Shawn McEvoy & Ryan Duncan |
  • September 16, 2010 |
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