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Who Cares About “the Will of the People?”

Political authority in this country does not flow from opinion polls, even reliable ones. That deeply affects how we critique health care reform.

Ignorance of Christianity Also Means Cultural Ignorance

After centuries of thought, Christians still think Jesus should rule our lives. To deny this knowledge or to hide it would be intellectually dishonest, cowardly, and wrong.

  • Dr. John Mark Reynolds |
  • January 28, 2010 |
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The Mystery of Evil

The classical problem of the existence of evil has been called the Achilles’ heel of the Christian faith. But have philosophers proven that God cannot simultaneously be all-powerful, loving and good?

Forgotten Fathers: Men Suffer After an Abortion, Too

The media -- and pro-lifers, too, for that matter -- focus on abortion as being just a woman's issue. But abortion is not just about women and babies.

Obsessed With Beauty

How to Live Liturgically

The calendar on your wall or in your mobile device can be more than just the minute details of life. Learn how liturgy can help you see a continual cycle of God's work in the world.

“Like the Air They Breathe” — The Online Life of Kids

Now, however, there is good reason to believe that these young people are far more connected than we have even imagined.

Shorting Special Needs: Utilitarianism and Budget Cuts

Many schools who received federal funding for specifically marked for special education programs are "redirecting" the funds to other uses.

Remembering Roe: A Forgotten Warning from Reagan

Reagan's remarks, made in July 1987 to pro-life leaders, are prescient in light of the widening abortion abyss we face under the Obama administration and Pelosi-Reid Congress.

Pastor, Ask Something Great From Us

Generality is the curse of modern sermons. So never forget that you are engaging in big things, matters involving Almighty God and the beloved, fallen people for whom Jesus Christ died.

Why Don't We Just Pick Up the Phone?

Since a single poor staff hire can devastate most churches, squandering Kingdom resources, James Emery White pleads out of his own experience for pastors to please call the pastors of other churches.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • January 18, 2010 |
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It Takes the Church to Save Our Marriages

It is the first institution created by God; the structure under which children thrive; the basic building block of every civil society; and the relationship in which men and women complete each other. Yet, it is often the institution most forgotten by the Christian church.

Live With Haiti In Your Heart

There's deep theology here, an ocean of questions and answers that leave us in one of two places: wondering where God is in the midst of suffering, or wondering at the mystery of this God who works all things---including suffering---for good.

11 Steps for Studying the Bible in Community

Here's how the Holy Spirit can help you can interpret the Bible as part of a community of believers. You'll be surprised how much more you get out of the Bible beyond individual study.

"God Only Cries for the Living": Lyrical Musings on Tragedy in Haiti

Images from Haiti have been heartbreaking. A missionary from a church near my home was one of the victims pulled from under the debris. I heard a song this week reminding me how temporary life is not just in Haiti, but everywhere.

American Idol: Distorted Dreams and Grand Illusions

A poll by the Pew Research Center reveals that "eighty-one percent of 18- to 25-year-olds… said getting rich is their generation's most important life goal."

Give us Faith So We'll Be Safe: A Theological and Pastoral Response to the Tragedy in Haiti

How do we who call ourselves followers of the Lord of life respond to the chilling report that 40,000 bodies have been buried and there could be 200,000 dead in Haiti? The earthquake in Haiti has also shaken our consciences and our souls.

The Link: Religious Liberty and Global Security

The end of 2009 brought horrifyingly fresh reminders that the threat to the West from Islamic extremists may get worse before it gets better.

Why Our Happiness is So Sad

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