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Who Are You Calling a Deadly Sin?
The sloth’s slowness is its virtue.
Southern Baptists End Investigation of Theology Professors at Kentucky University
(UPDATED) University cuts ties with state convention even though convention investigation concluded theologically conservative professors were welcome at Campbellsville University.
Son of Dead Sea Scrolls Scholar Faces Jail for Impersonating Father's Critic
(UPDATED) In spite of overturned law, state's highest court affirms sentence for man who sent fake emails in order to damage other scholars' reputations.
Church of England Set to Ordain Female Bishops
(UPDATED) Church votes to allow women bishops, one year ahead of predicted approval.
What To Give Up for Lent 2014? Twitter Reveals Top 100 Choices
(UPDATED) Barna breaks down which Americans are celebrating this year, while Stephen Smith tracks what 100,000+ Twitter users are pledging in real-time.
FBI, IRS Investigate Machine Gun Preacher's Property
(UPDATED) Sam Childers tells TV station: Agents 'totally destroyed' orphanage supplies, but he's 'got nothing to hide.'
Another Christian College Selects Woman as President
(UPDATED) Two gains and one trade now leave Council for Christian Colleges and Universities with nine female leaders.
Church and State (Dept.): John Kerry Gets Religion
New adviser will (hopefully) make faith less foreign in foreign affairs.
Judge Rules on Texas Abortion Bans That Made Wendy Stand
(UPDATED) Does today's decision vindicate pro-choice Texas senator's half-day filibuster?
Latest Stop in Race for World's Tallest Jesus Statue: War-Torn Syria
Beleaguered pilgrimage destination that still speaks Aramaic just one of many cities eclipsing Rio de Janeiro.
Bestseller Best Practices
The NavPress–Tyndale alliance could signal a new publishing normal.
Imprisoned Missionary in North Korea Visited by Mother
Bae has been confined for 11 months and is now hospitalized.
What Winter Olympics, Mass. Governor's Race, and Uganda LGBT Laws Have in Common: One Pastor
Controversy over Scott Lively overshadows interesting Supreme Court ruling.
Will the Supreme Court Review Hobby Lobby's Case Against Obamacare?
If not, many others are ready to ask the high court whether for-profit companies have religious freedom.
Lionizing Lewis
Patron saint of American evangelicals finally gets his due in his homeland.
Sarah Young Still Hears Jesus Calling
Not since “My Utmost for His Highest” has a daily devotional enraptured the English-speaking world, from cynical intellectuals to sweet grandmas, across the theological spectrum. How Young might change how we think about prayer.
Church Health Plans Jeopardized by 'ObamaCare' Standoff
(UPDATED) While House tries to defund president's healthcare program, current rules overlook church employees for crucial tax credits.
Large Layoffs at Two Colorado Springs Ministries
Focus on the Family makes digital shift, while NavPress partners with Tyndale.
Qatar Accuses Christian Parents of Harvesting Organs from Adopted African Daughter
Police skeptical that American Christians would adopt children who are not 'good-looking' or lack same 'hereditary traits.'
Why America's Christian Colleges Are Pursuing Chinese Students
Schools see both revenue and mission opportunities.