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Editorial

Editorial: Fertility, evangelism & American Christianity

The future of Christianity in America may be determined by whether there’s enough womb for the faithful. Pardon the pun. But that’s the truth.

Editorial

Editorial: Halloween, culture & faith in the real world

Don’t be creeped out, but Halloween is sneaking up on us.

Editorial

Editorial: Meeting needs on three challenging fronts

How should Christians go about meeting their neighbors’ needs?

Love not condemnation

Editorial: Love, not condemnation, leads the world to Jesus

God grieves when broken people run further and further away because all they have heard on behalf of Jesus is judgment and condemnation. 

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Editorial: Let’s reform our political system

Raise your hand if you’ve been disturbed and/or disgusted in the past week.

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Editorial: Churches should be more like bananas than oranges

I shudder to think about hurting souls who walk onto many church campuses and limp away, wondering if God loves them.

Editorial values

Editorial: America needs a new definition of 'values'

Americans could raise the level of public discourse, improve the quality of life for millions of people and solve most of our political problems if we could agree on the meaning of one word: “Values.”

editorial civility

Editorial: The Syria debate and a case for humility and civility

What if in America we opened our minds as well as our hearts, relinquishing a tight grip on our arguments in order to learn from each other? We might not agree, but we could appreciate and respect one another.

God's Will-o-meter

Editorial: Tough call discerning God’s will

Is it just me, or is knowing and doing the will of God a lot harder than folks let on?

press freedom

Editorial: Extortion is not Christ-like

I appreciate letters to the editor and constructive criticism. Threats are another thing altogether.

Martin Luther King Jr.

Editorial: King’s dream, our dream, still deferred

Fifty years ago this week, a black pastor from the South stood in front of the Lincoln Memorial and delivered the gold standard of social and political oratory.

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