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Sexual Addiction: Ministry and Misdiagnosis

Families affected by sexual addiction are a growing demographic. This is a problem too big to ignore and too delicate to address without a deeper knowledge of the problem. Here are six of the most widely held misconceptions...

America’s Definition: What is an Evangelical?

In a new report, Ellison Research found that 36 percent of all adult Americans say they have “no idea” what characterizes an evangelical. Even self-described evangelicals also had trouble coming up with a definition.

  • Katherine Britton |
  • September 15, 2008 |
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Modern Parables: A New Approach to Kingdom Theology

Through Modern Parables, Thomas Purifoy uses film to bring modern contextualization to Jesus’ words. He hopes these “sometimes radical” accounts will cause people to investigate the implications of the stories for their lives.

  • Christa Banister |
  • September 10, 2008 |
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A Woman Can Lead a Nation, But Not a Church?

Over at "On Faith," a debate is raging over this question: Is it hypocritical to think that a woman can lead a nation and not a congregation? That question has unleashed a torrent of response.

The Greek, the Latin, and the Hebrew

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • September 04, 2008 |
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Work and God: The Importance of Knowing Which is Which

Among the persistent themes in this season of campaign rhetoric is jobs. Americans have a curious love/hate relationship with work. In the Book of Ecclesiastes, Solomon has a few things to say about it...

Preaching Through Their Defenses: An Interview with John Ortberg

"I will try any vehicles I can think of to get folk's attention... I try to find ways visually, try to find stories, try to have people tell stories, playing out the contrast."

  • Michael Duduit |
  • September 02, 2008 |
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A Model of Suffering -- and Redemption

The young man was alone in his room, smoking cigarette after cigarette. He knew he had a big decision to make. Dietrich Bonhoeffer had been a leader of the German resistance against Hitler, but...

New God or No God? The Peril of Making God Plausible

What kind of god would be plausible in this postmodern age? Taken by itself, that question represents the great divide between those who believe in the God of the Bible and those who see the need to reinvent a deity more acceptable to the modern mind.

Experiencing the Truth

What does it mean to join the Reformed tradition? And what does that have to do with choosing a church? In Experiencing the Truth, Anthony J. Carter presents the need for Reformed Christianity among African-American churches and all believers.

  • Anthony J. Carter |
  • August 21, 2008 |
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Teen Apologetics: Good Questions Deserve Good Answers

G.K. Chesterton once observed that while it is important to win the lost to Christianity, leaders also must "convert the Christians to Christianity." It's a reminder that we must be dedicated to pass on biblical truth to generations.

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.

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?

The Collapse of Anglicanism

In the aftermath of the most recent Lambeth Conference of the Anglican Church, Albert Mohler interviewed Rev. Canon George Conger. He is an Episcopalian Priest with the Diocese of Central Florida and the Chief Correspondent of "The Church of England Newspaper."

Sheepish Thoughts

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

MacArthur: The Emergent Church is a Form of Paganism

Paul Edwards interviews pastor-teacher of Grace Community Church John MacArthur about the emerging church movement in America.

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