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India By Any Other Name? Christians Braced for ‘Bharat’ or Not
Believers weigh what the latest postcolonial name change discussion would mean for religious freedom and pluralism in the Hindu-majority nation.
Rosaria Butterfield Issues Five Battle Cries for the Church Militant
There is much to admire in her views on church and community, but also much to find troubling in her new polemic.
PEPFAR Fight Worries African Christian Leaders
Those in the countries where the HIV/AIDS program has saved millions of lives feel sidelined by the American debate.
Eating Bitterness: My Culture Helps Me Persevere. The Bible Helps Me Hope.
Both talk about endurance in suffering, but only Scripture encourages me to boast in my weakness.
The Bulletin Episode 42|56min
What’s It Worth To Ya?
Workers strike, loan repayments spike, TikTokers hike.
Quatro em cada dez evangélicos dizem já terem sido visitados por mortos
Apesar da advertência das Escrituras contra a comunicação com o “além”, a maioria considera que poder ouvir entes queridos é um consolo para a sua dor.
Os homens são de Marte e de direita. As mulheres são de Vênus e de esquerda.
Os sexos estão pendendo para posições políticas diferentes. O que a igreja pode fazer a respeito.
Viral JesusEpisode 81|51min
Disrupting the Sanitized Savior
Rapper Kevin “KB” Burgess on why we should spend more time getting to know “Dangerous Jesus.”
How Asbury Marketing Navigated the Potential Pitfalls of Revival Fame
“This was not ours. And we don’t take credit.”
Evangelical Colleges Celebrate Best-Ever Enrollment Numbers
Students impacted by pandemic isolation seem drawn to Christian communities and education.
How Japanese American Pastors Prepared Their Flocks For Internment
Sermons preached the Sunday before they were sent off exhorted suffering Christians to find their hope in Jesus and to continue to gather together.
Mitt Romney Chose Truth Over Tribe. We Should Too.
Character and competency matter all the time, whether that’s in public office or the church.
Tony Evans Brings Up the Mixed Emotions of Remarriage After Loss
His engagement announcement reflects the complications of grief and celebration that Christians experience with second marriages.
Adakah Tempat bagi Umat Kristiani di Asia Tenggara? Survei Pew terhadap Umat Buddhis dan Muslim
[PEMBARUAN] Survei agama terbaru terhadap 13.000 orang dewasa di enam negara yang meneliti perpindahan agama, karma, dan kesesuaian dengan identitas nasional.
Do Artsakh’s Armenians Need More or Less ‘Christian’ Advocacy?
As humanitarian aid—and Azerbaijan’s attacks—return to the Caucasus enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh, religious freedom advocates debate the merits of emphasizing religion.
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Food Stamps Are Helping Millions, Including Those in Your Church
A Christian vision for supporting government food assistance.

Top Story September 25, 2023

The Cost of Creativity: Bonhoeffer Set Aside Ethics For Art. Did He Choose Well?
The Cost of Creativity: Bonhoeffer Set Aside Ethics For Art. Did He Choose Well?
The theologian set aside his nearly finished magnum opus while in prison, investing instead in creative writing.

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