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Religious Freedoms Threatened as Olympics Draw to Close

As the Olympics draw to a close, new evidence of religious freedom abuses offers a stark contrast to China’s efforts to provide religious services for athletes and visitors during the Games -- including the prospect of a severe October crackdown.

Remodeling Hell: Americans Redefine the Doctrine

In the last seven years, the number of Americans who believe in Hell as a place "where people who have led bad lives, and die without being sorry, are eternally punished" has declined from 71 percent to 59 percent.

The Athanasian Creed

What can this ancient creed offer Christians today?

How to Surf with Virtual Integrity

Make sure that the values you live by offline guide the way you surf online. Here's how.

Godly Predictability

Always, for everyone, tough decisions are on the horizon. Make up your mind now so you won't have to make up your mind later.

Megachurch Reflects on Presidential Event

A day after hosting presidential candidates Barack Obama and John McCain, Rick Warren preached that a politician's soul is as important as his solutions.

Reinventing Man

Thanks to genetic, robotic, information, and nano technologies—collectively known by the ironic acronym GRIN—mankind is poised for what some call "engineered evolution," according to the President's Council on Bioethics.

Russia, Churches, and the Lust for Domination

While the world’s eyes have been glued to the Olympics, that quadrennial ersatz bacchanal of goodwill and international cooperation, Russia invaded one of its neighbors, Georgia. The attack is not just on a country, but an idea.

Faith and Reason

A widespread rejection of rationality has infiltrated the church with a vengeance. We see frequent attempts to remove the Christian faith from all considerations of rationality.

God Hears You

Heart pain seems to be no respecter of persons. Emotional trauma does not appear to have favorites. I recently reacquainted myself with a young lady who surely felt such life pain. In her pain, she revealed extreme hope to my wearied soul...

The Reading List: Books to Read During The Olympics

The 2008 Olympics are well under way in Beijing with an event for virtually every sports enthusiast under the sun. During the in-between times, though, you might wish to read more about the history of the Olympic Games or China.

  • Dr. Albert Mohler |
  • August 19, 2008 |
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Greedy Hands Grasp Nothing

Capitalism is a powerful economic system and free and open markets can produce great prosperity. But unless market decisions are informed by Judeo-Christian values, rapacious greed and chaos are likely to prevail in such a system.

Do You Live and Minister by a Code of Honor?

Ministerial malpractice can be more dangerous than physician malpractice. So consider adopting a ministerial Code of Honor.

  • Rebekah Montgomery |
  • August 19, 2008 |
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Is Your Faith Messy? Take the Chance to Live by Grace

No matter what, God is graciously willing to meet you in the middle of any situation to make something beautiful of your Messy Faith.

12 Steps to Change Your Prayer Life

A dozen details straight from the scriptures to guide your prayers.

  • Jennifer Kennedy Dean |
  • August 13, 2008 |
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Chinese Christians Plead for Relief as Olympics Continue

Christian activist and house church pastor Hua Huiqi wrote an open letter to U.S. President George Bush on Sunday (August 10), asking for prayer for his personal safety and for freedom of belief for all Chinese people.

The Strange Persistence of Moral Sanity

Sexual immorality crosses all partisan lines. Spitzer and Edwards are prominent Democrats, but equally prominent Republicans have been caught in the same web. There is no room for partisan calculation here.

Sheepish Thoughts

Worship pastor Phil Christensen considers the differences between 'Near Sheep' and 'Far Sheep.'

Refocusing on True Martyrdom

If you pay attention to the news, you cannot help but notice what radical Islamic groups call these suicide bombers: They call them martyrs. But for Christians, who uphold many martyrs like Stephen or Peter as pillars of the Church, this raises the question—what does it mean to be a martyr?

The Cure

The Church is busy sending out missionaries and dealing with the culture at home, but is the heart of the gospel lost in the busyness? Medical missionary Harry Kraus says it’s time for the church to reemphasize the "main thing" - and that "main thing" is love.

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