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Missing the pope's point

Missing the pope's point

By Joel Belz
Posted

Westerners failed to grasp Benedict's message almost as badly as Muslims

The 'worst curse'

The 'worst curse'

By Priya Abraham
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Indonesia | Human-rights advocates cry foul as minority Christians are executed

Decisive battles

By John Dawson
Posted

Politics | Only a handful of races will determine which party controls the House for the next two years

Squaring a salamander

By Joel Belz
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Politics | How one state learned to take the politicking out of redistricting

Evangelism for introverts

Evangelism for introverts

By Marvin Olasky
Posted

Religion | Author and speaker Mike Bechtle says ordinary encounters can become supernatural appointments

Stalking a silent killer

Stalking a silent killer

By Lynde Langdon
Posted

Medicine | The viruses leading to cervical cancer have gone underdiagnosed for too long; now, with a new vaccine, women-and girls-face ethical challenges over making use…

Blind-side ball

By John Dawson
Posted

Sports | New NFL exposé sees dollar signs where others see face paint and passion

Pulpit politics

Pulpit politics

By Timothy Lamer
Posted

Money | A liberal church and the IRS wage battle over a 2004 sermon

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Good news It's so good to hear some good news for a change ("Profiles in effective compassion," Sept. 2/9). I know a ­ little of what it feels like to be…

The quiet hijacking

The quiet hijacking

By Andrée Seu
Posted

Sobriety tests are just one "step" to lifesaving change

Bear with me

Bear with me

By Marvin Olasky
Posted

How about a diet book that's fit for the great outdoors?

Sounds of silence

Sounds of silence

By Jill Nelson
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Middle East | Rocket launches and bombings have given way to Ramadan and New Year's feasting in Lebanon and Israel-but Hezbollah is far from finished

 
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