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Who Speaks for American Muslims? Not CAIR

CAIR is the unofficial voice of Islam in America, mostly because government officials and the media treat it as such. This leads to the question: Should they ?

Grace Alone

Soli Deo gloria is the motto that grew out of the Protestant Reformation and was used on every composition by Johann Sebastian Bach...

Father's Day and a New Angle on the Prodigal Son

Perhaps we miss the central lesson of the Parable of the Prodigal Son. Maybe we'd gain deeper insight if we referred to it as the Parable of the Incredible Father.

Where's Our Hope?

A couple of months ago I decided to give up “information” (i.e. television, news, etc.) for a week. What I rediscovered was that my hope is in Jesus and the knowledge I have in Him and the wisdom he provides to those who believe.

Producing a Comeback Church

How did 324 churches start growing again after experiencing a pattern of plateau or decline? According to one study, some factors were perceived to be more important than others by comeback leaders.

  • Ed Stetzer and Mike Norman |
  • March 05, 2008 |
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Strengthen Your Own Soul to Lead Others

It's the crucible of ministry: in the heat of working hard to lead other people to God, are you missing His presence yourself?

John Calvin: Pilgrim and Pastor

The President in Cairo: Confusing Past and Present

It’s true that some Islamic societies of the past have embodied religious tolerance. But you would be hard-pressed to find another instance of this kind in the Islamic world today.

Assisted Suicide Endangers All of Us

Last week in Washington state a 66-year-old woman with terminal cancer made history as the first person to undergo physician-assisted suicide since that state legalized the practice. What does this mean for the rest of us?

A Major Force in Education -- Homeschooling in America

A new review from the U.S. Department of Education offers some real surprises and raises some new questions.

13 Ways to Pursue More of Jesus

The more you have of Jesus in your life, the better your life will be. Here are practical suggestions for Pursuing More of Jesus.

Are We Now Immune to Blessing?

If life is like a baseball game, what do you think - should we attend expecting or not expecting a foul ball to come our way?

Dealing with Relapses

Relapses are a part of life but they don’t have to be a permanent fixture of our lives...

Discovering the Heart, Mind, and Soul of Worship

Proclaiming God's rightful worth and position is one of the reasons we come to church: to sweep the stuff off the table of our hearts and minds that have crowded out the central place where he belongs.

Big Government and Religion: An Inverse Relationship?

What's the relationship between increased government spending and church attendance? More than you might think.

Interfaith Dialogue: Let’s Talk Persecution

The president cannot center U.S. foreign policy on promoting religious liberty abroad. But the freedoms of conscience and religious faith are critical aspects of human rights.

When Athens Met Jerusalem

The story of Greek philosophy and how it helped prepare the way for Christendom has not recently been told from a Christian perspective in a sympathetic and accessible manner. This book sets out to change that.

  • Dr. John Mark Reynolds |
  • June 09, 2009 |
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The Good Magazine: Reviewing the 'Bible Illuminated'

At first glance, it looks like just another glossy, high-end magazine, full of provacative images and celebrity photos. But this “magazine” is actually a New Testament.

Stephen M. Miller's Quest for The Jesus of the Bible

According to Stephen Miller, he’s merely a “translator.” And in his latest book, The Jesus of the Bible, he once again takes the Bible from another popular language (“Christianese”) and translates it into everyday English. The kind that non-Christians speak.

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