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Globe Trot: Marking freedom for Berlin and freedom for the church

By Jamie Dean
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International | GERMANY: Germans are preparing to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall with a display of illuminated balloons tracing a 15 km…

Will Sweden start a trend on Palestinian state recognition?

By Caroline Leal
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International | On Thursday, the Swedish government officially recognized Palestine as an independent state, an announcement welcomed by Palestinian leadership but strongly…

Scientific fight over Darwinian evolution goes public

Scientific fight over Darwinian evolution goes public

By Dick Peterson
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Science | Doubts about the adequacy of modern evolutionary theory to explain how living organisms change over time have increased in recent years, but mostly behind lab…

Michael L. Weinstein: Fighting Christian influence

By Marvin Olasky
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Q&A | The founder of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation offers his opinion of what is and what isn’t religious intimidation 

Elusive forgiveness

Elusive forgiveness

By Emily Belz
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Arts | The Death of Klinghoffer offers a pro-Palestinian bias

Going viral

By Jamie Dean
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Ebola Virus | As Ebola rapidly spreads in West Africa, Christian aid workers are risking their lives on the front lines

Links in a mysterious chain

By Marvin Olasky
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Ebola Virus | Epidemics—and the fears and heroism they breed—have a long history in the United States

Cold realities

By Jill Nelson
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Ukraine | With winter coming, facilities for the internally displaced may not be ready. But churches are working to help, and are growing

Sent packing

By Emily Belz
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Religious Liberty | Some campus ministries adapt—and even grow—as they lose their homes

Life in the death strip

By Doug Peterson
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Lifestyle | How the church rose and helped take down the Berlin Wall

Chip on the old block

Chip on the old block

By Julie Borg
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Science | Researchers are developing materials that repair themselves

A priceless conversation

By Joy Pullmann
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Education | A choice became an imperative when Paul Davis saw his son flourish at a better school

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