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Ben Affleck Pulls Triple Duty with Aplomb in The Town

With The Town, Ben Affleck gets ambitious serving as the film's director, co-writer and star. For the most part, he pulls off his duties with aplomb. And like his directorial debut (Gone Baby Gone), this is a multi-layered, unsettling morality tale where drugs and four-letter words are used in abundance.

  • Christa Banister |
  • September 17, 2010 |
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The War Between Spirituality and Science Is Over

The real question posed by Mooney’s USA Today column is whether Christians possess the discernment to recognize this postmodern mode of spirituality for what it is — unbelief wearing the language of a bland faith.

What Good is God? Philip Yancey on Faith in Tragedy’s Wake

It is one thing to say, "Well, God is good because I live in a nice suburban home and my children are all Olympic athletes and making all A's in school." But what good is God, Philip Yancey asks, if you are in a prison being persecuted for your faith, or on campus when a rampage breaks out?

  • Shawn McEvoy & Ryan Duncan |
  • September 13, 2010 |
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Officials Awaken to Forced Marriage, Conversion of Pakistani Girls

Shah Taj, a 14-year-old Christian girl from Lahore, Pakistan, was on her way to school when a vehicle occupied by three men pulled up beside her. Grabbing her, they threw her in and sped off.

Alpha and Omega is a Howl and a Miss

Alpha and Omega doesn't bother scraping the bottom of the barrel for cheap laughs. But even with a healthy dose of aw-shucks charm, this road-trip romance still lacks the warmth and sophistication, not to mention those essential eye-popping visuals, of its recent animated counterparts Toy Story 3 and Despicable Me.

  • Christa Banister |
  • September 17, 2010 |
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Faith in Faith or Faith in God?

As real as the New Age movement threat is, I have become equally concerned about the ominous threat that the word-faith movement poses to the body of Christ.

  • Hank Hanegraaff |
  • February 03, 2009 |
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The Changing Role of Parents during the College Years

Of course a parent's role must change, but the parental role is still important, and I can attest to the fact that it can be as meaningful, memorable, and significant in the college days and into adulthood as it was during all the previous stages of your child's life...

  • Janice Shaw Crouse, Ph.D. |
  • September 08, 2010 |
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Introvert? No Apology Required

Instead of quitting pastoral ministry, introvert Adam McHugh learned how to be used of God just as he is. His book is “Introverts in the Church." Read our interview here:

Reaping What You Sow: Christian Karma?

The problem with the concept of karma is that grace is absent from the equation. Here's how you can practice what we might call The Karma of Jesus.

  • Whitney Hopler |
  • September 03, 2010 |
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A Fat King and a Southpaw: Humor in Judges 3?

At first glance—and probably, at second—this passage from chapter three of the book of Judges does not seem like a promising source of humor. And yet ancient Israelites would have found this very funny indeed.

  • Leonard Greenspoon |
  • September 09, 2010 |
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When You're Desperately Seeking Something

What do you desire that you believe God has withheld from you? More than 100 women have answered for me that question.

  • Cindi McMenamin |
  • September 03, 2010 |
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Without Gentleness or Respect: International Burn a Koran Day

Remembering the terrorist attacks of 9/11 is something we should do. But there are appropriate and inappropriate ways to do it.

Loving our Muslim Neighbors, Part I

  • Melissa Morgan |
  • September 11, 2006 |
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God and Football

Does football fanaticism qualify as idol worship? Yes, according to author-comedian, Chad Gibbs. Read an excerpt of his book, God & Football.

Jesus … Single Like Me: Friendships That Don't Lead to Marriage

Should we not be friends with the opposite sex because we are not going to get married? No, this only means we have to have boundaries and communication. When we are open to God and his direction, we are open to the relationships he brings before us. All relationships first start with God and are for God.

  • Kris Swiatocho |
  • September 07, 2010 |
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God, the Gospel, and Glenn Beck

No Need for God? Stephen Hawking Defies Divine Creation

Professor Stephen Hawking is a remarkable human being. His courage and tenacity are an inspiration to all. His work on the theory of gravity has changed the way the field of physics is taught. But, when he crosses that border from science to theology, his worldview leads him into abject disaster.

'No Free Speech for You': President Obama’s Faith Protectors

The email began, "over 70 Christian leaders and denominational heads have signed a letter saying that questions about the religious philosophy of the president of the United States should be ignored and suppressed by the major media."

  • Dr. Paul Kengor |
  • September 03, 2010 |
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Overcome Money Myths that Keep You Broke

Here's how you can overcome money myths that keep you broke so you can enjoy healthy finances...

  • Whitney Hopler |
  • September 08, 2010 |
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Labor Day: 8 Biblical Principles of Work

Work: Some hate it. Some love it. Some avoid it. Some do it too much. This remains constant: God has a perspective on our work and we are to align our thoughts with His.

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Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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