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No Respect for Iraq's Oldest Community

One of the oldest Christian communities in the world, one that prays in Aramaic just as our Lord did, has become the preferred target of all three of Iraq’s Muslim communities.

From Cross to Crescent: Islam Triples in Europe

Fueled by immigration and high birthrates, the number of Muslims on the European continent has tripled in the past 30 years. Yet as Christianity's presence in Europe wanes, there is hope...

Living Under Law or Love?

When it comes to reaching out to others, what am I teaching my children? The law (I feel forced to) or love (I want to)?

The God that Gives Us Living Hope

Our Great and Mighty God has his Hand reaching down from Heaven to each of us. Hear what he says...

  • Dr. John Barnett |
  • November 07, 2008 |
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Serious Challenges Call for Serious Prayer

The new President will surely need our prayers because he and his administration face huge, serious challenges to the health of our nation and to peace in the world—challenges that, in my opinion, no one will have the power to overcome without divine aid.

Spectacular Sins

God has not answered all of our questions about sin and suffering, but there are things he wants us to know—such as what’s at stake in the “spectacular” sins of others and the horrible tragedies of this life; their global purpose, both historically and today; and what these events say to us personally.

How You Can Choose a Better Life

Are you waiting for certain doors to open so your life will improve? All that you hope for is right in front of you.

A Loss That Is Not a Loss - Part 1

That which plagues me lacks substance, shape or form. It makes it difficult for me to explain my sorrow to those who would comfort me in a way that they understand. I mourn a loss that is not a loss—an ambiguous loss.

  • Hudson Russell Davis |
  • November 05, 2008 |
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Election Day Meditations

Marriage Amendments and Intellectual Quicksand

The baseline issue is simple: For what purpose does a state recognize marriage and grant benefits to its participants? The supporters and opponents of marriage amendments diverge at this point...

Are Evangelicals On the Global Warming Bandwagon?

As Election Day approaches and both parties vie for that evangelical vote, one can’t help reminding the candidates that global warming hype, despite all the media buzz, is not an issue that evangelicals embrace.

  • Dr. E. Calvin Beisner |
  • November 04, 2008 |
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What's Really at Stake in the Gay Marriage Debate? Part 3

Language is, as we now know, integral to a culture. And the fact is, the legalization of same-sex marriage will require a comprehensive change in our language.

Praying for (Rather Than Complaining about) the U.S. Election

Pre-election worry and murmuring leaves our souls in a bad state while much-needed prayer goes unsaid.

Christian Manhood: Gentleness Isn't Being the "Nice Guy"

When Christian men hear or read about the virtue of gentleness, they often substitute this virtue with the vice of niceness. The results can be deadly when it comes to love, marriage and fatherhood...

Great Gospel on the Horizon

What’s the latest on the gospel horizon? New projects including Deitrick Haddon’s Revealed, Darwin Hobbs’ Free, Mary Mary’s The Stand and Heather Headley’s debut gospel CD due out later this year.

Why Celebrate the Saints? A Parent’s Perspective

October 31st is the eve of All Saints' Day. But is teaching our children about the Saints a distraction from the Word of God?

Martin Luther's Highway to Heaven

Martin Luther had no idea on October 31, 1517 that he would ever start a movement, much less a reformation, much less a denomination. If you try to do what Martin Luther did, you will truly discover what Martin Luther discovered.

The God of all Comfort

God wants each of us to “comfort those in trouble with the comfort we ourselves have received from God.” His desire is for us to be vessels of his love pouring out to others the love he pours into us...

  • Jan Coates with Rebekah Montgomery |
  • October 30, 2008 |
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Game Day for the Glory of God

How do we play, watch, and talk sports for God’s glory? In Game Day for the Glory of God sports fan Stephen Altrogge aims to help readers enjoy sports as a gift from God and to see sports as a means of growing in godliness.

  • Stephen Altrogge |
  • October 30, 2008 |
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The New Confessing Church

It seems more and more congregations are jumping on the bandwagon of churches who think the time has long passed for the church to apologize to the culture for being the church.

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