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A Vote for Personality or Ideas?

Richard Cizik, Vice President of Governmental Affairs of the National Association of Evangelicals appeared on National Public Radio last Sunday to comment on the presidential election. The result was a pastiche of misguided thinking about voting.

Interviewees Cry Foul Play in Maher's 'Religulous'

The problem with "Religulous," according to some people in the film, is that Maher's fast-paced, edited versions of exchanges don't truly reflect the complex beliefs they shared with him.

Dreading Monday? Take a Fresh Look at Sunday

That most people dread Monday is confirmation of the seculars' inability to do for the soul what the sacred does.

Are You High Maintenance?

In the biblical account of Esther, we see how God worked through a woman of high social standing that, for her time and place, included – and even required – some serious maintenance...

Feast on the Bread in Lean Times

Hurricanes, floods, foreclosures, and banks collapsing — do they have you frightened? The God Who Supplies says, "Fear not!"

  • Rebekah Montgomery |
  • October 01, 2008 |
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Bad Karma and Born Again Confusion

A recent New York Times story provides incredible evidence that there is within the human heart a yearning to be born again. For a fee, a Buddhist temple in Thailand is offering the opportunity to die and rise again.

First Domestic Partners, Now Friends with Benefits

The relentless push for benefits for same-sex partners has eroded the status of marriage in our society. So if a same-sex couple can have benefits, why can’t two friends? Why couldn’t a whole group of friends?

From Misery to Mercy to Ministry

The verdict is in. The tired and empty promises of a generation of liberalism have left us with a vacuum of moral direction.

  • Dr. Chuck Betters |
  • October 03, 2008 |
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Cast of Characters: Interview with Max Lucado

Preaching.com's Michael Duduit talks with author Max Lucado about his newest book.

Reside in the Glory of Your Reality

You might be thinking, "I don't want God to use that part of my life!" God's reply is, "That is exactly what I want to use!"

Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus

We who live the Christian life can see Jesus through eyes of faith even before we get to heaven. After my born-again experience, I remember the first time I sang a familiar chorus in my church...

  • Lucy Neeley Adams |
  • October 02, 2008 |
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Homosexuality: Can I Blame my Genes?

For those of us in ministry, what is the truth about homosexuality and other moral failure?

Vandalizing for the Good of the Earth

Reasonable people can disagree about global warming or the role of religion in public life. But there’s no excuse—lawful or otherwise—for double standards. That's why what happened in England is so alarming.

The Dilemma of Single-Issue Voting: Abortion

The question posed at "On Faith" had to do with whether the Roe v. Wade decision on abortion should be reversed. The responses from columnists were very revealing, if tragic.

Women: Put the Power of Your Words to Good Use

As a woman, you likely speak and write many words throughout each day. Here’s how you can put the power of your words to good use...

  • Whitney Hopler |
  • September 30, 2008 |
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Fess Up to Your Mess-Up

The tendency to hide our failures predates Watergate. It all started with Edengate.

  • Dr. Robert Jeffress |
  • September 30, 2008 |
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Churches Striving to Make Unchurched Men Feel Welcome

Is the average worship experience enough to entice an outdoorsman with precious few weekend hours back to church?

Economics: A Result of the Fall

In the Garden of Eden, there was no scarcity. The man and the woman worked joyfully to bring order to God’s creation.

The Sacrifice of Isaac: Was Abraham a Fanatic?

One religion reporter suggests that the story of Abraham obeying God by offering up his son Isaac is troubling, "a hard sell," and perhaps morally suspect.

Finding Life in a Death Sentence

I was struck with the tragic paradoxes that cancer fighters face: What is it like to see fear in your family’s eyes face your own fears at the same time? What is it like to beg God for healing and not receive it?

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