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Etiquette Arising: Combating the Coarsening of Culture

Arnold Toynbee contended that one clear sign of a civilization’s decline is when the elites begin mimicking the vulgarity and promiscuity exhibited by society’s bottom-dwellers. The result: The entire culture is vulgarized.

Earthquake Relief Groups Take Different Paths in Chile, Haiti

In the early stages of disaster relief, the needs in both countries are almost identical. But the back-to-back disasters have revealed a stark contrast in the two countries' needs.

Is the Reformation Over?

The Rev. Eric Bergman thinks he has seen the future -- and it isn't Protestant. But is the Reformation truly on its last gasp?

The Pastor's Second Biggest Job

Like a coach, the pastor's biggest job is turning his team into winners. The second is keeping them winners. Problem is, no team stays static.

Protecting the Shine: Why Ministers Need Ministry, Too

Stained glass windows are a lot like pastors - really good at hiding stormy weather. But despite the risks, it's essential that those of us in ministry allow others into our lives.

Was Christianity Influenced by Mystery Religions?

Those determined to demolish the Biblical Jesus in the court of public opinion often state that His death, burial, and resurrection are myths borrowed from ancient pagan mystery religions. What's the truth?

Worldview in a Nutshell: Everything You Need to Know

Those who are beginning to become aware of worldview issues, and who are interested in living the deeper, more all-engaging life of Christian worldview, will need to be able to express their convictions.

Will I...?

God is looking for life-changers. He has given us everything we need for life and godliness and has empowered us with the ability to accomplish amazing things. But how?

Faithless New World: TV Imagines a Britain Minus Christianity

Survivors, a flu pandemic has killed 99 percent of the human race. The characters have all the diversity you could wish for -- except when it comes to religion.

Black Children Are an Endangered Species?

Catherine Davis is a woman with a message, and that message is getting harder to ignore. "Black children are an endangered species."

So Soon after Haiti, Chile Earthquake Tests Aid Groups

Disaster relief officials are faced with a challenging task, trying to arrange assistance to victims of Chile's massive 8.8 earthquake while maintaining full-speed ahead operations in Haiti.

The Meeting of the Waters: Currents Affecting the Church

Changes are rippling through the global Church, creating challenges and opportunities like never before.

The View from Mount Nebo: Learning from Moses' Fall from Leadership

As Moses discovered, all leaders are dispensable. Especially when they forget the source of their power.

Pay It Upward!

  • Dr. Franklin Kirksey |
  • March 03, 2010 |
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Hope for Health Care Reform after the Summit

To both sides, I say, "Enough!" Enough of playing politics with our health care. There are real, tangible reforms that you can accomplish now.

Michigan Rethinks No-Fault Divorce

No-fault divorce laws put the entire society at fault for weakening and injuring the most basic institution of human life and culture. There is plenty of fault to go around on this one.

Chileans Survey Earthquake Damage, Count Their Blessings

As the fear of tsunamis diminishes, Chileans are confronting the greater devastation facing their country after Saturday's historic earthquake.

  • Staff |
  • March 02, 2010 |
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Unholy Trinity: Outraged at TBN's Brazen False Teaching

All those who truly love Christ and care about the truth have a solemn duty to defend the truth by exposing and opposing lies that masquerade as truth.

When Your Faith Needs a Stretch

What would have happened if I had answered the young mother's telephone call? Would I have discouraged her from praying for healing for her baby? My faith needed help.

  • Rebekah Montgomery |
  • March 01, 2010 |
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The Shack — The Missing Art of Evangelical Discernment

The Shack is now one of the best-selling paperback books of all time, and its readers are enthusiastic. But the theology is not incidental to the story.

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