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Whom do evangelical insiders favor in 2016?

Posted by J.C. Derrick

Campaign 2016 | Marco Rubio leads, former favorites flop in 2016 questionnaire responses

Possible split threatens CCCU

By J.C. Derrick
Posted

Higher Education | Decisions concerning homosexuality at Eastern Mennonite University and Goshen College spark tension among coalition of Christian schools

Fetal organs harvested for lab rats

Fetal organs harvested for lab rats

By Jamie Dean
Posted

Abortion | As the Planned Parenthood controversy continues, a disturbing question arises: What happens to aborted baby parts once they reach a lab?

Chinese leaders order all crosses demolished

By June Cheng
Posted

Persecution | Christians warn compliance will lead to greater governmental control over church teaching

A biblical view of homosexuality

A biblical view of homosexuality

By Kevin DeYoung
Posted

Books | Answering the most frequent objections Christians face. An excerpt from a WORLD Book of the Year runner-up

More evidence of dollars for dead babies

By Lynde Langdon
Posted

Abortion | Planned Parenthood finds denials of tissue sales harder to make after latest video release

‘We can see how much we get out of it’

By Courtney Crandell
Posted

Abortion | In latest video from the Center for Medical Progress, Planned Parenthood director talks about per-item price for aborted baby parts

Recovering regeneration in the church

Recovering regeneration in the church

By Dane Ortlund
Posted

2015 Books Issue | Jonathan Edwards’ understanding of the doctrine of new birth. An excerpt from a WORLD Book of the Year runner-up

Paul Copan on winning hearts, not arguments

By Warren Cole Smith
Posted

Q&A | A Christian philosophy professor talks about the real purpose of apologetics

Midday Roundup: Teens’ weekend fishing trip goes horribly wrong

By Lynde Langdon
Posted

Newsworthy | Missing at sea. The Coast Guard is searching for two 14-year-old boys who went fishing off the Florida coast Friday and haven’t come back. Rescuers found…

Two supermarkets to cover up racy magazine covers

Two supermarkets to cover up racy magazine covers

By Onize Ohikere
Posted

Media | Rite Aid and Food Lion announced they will start placing Cosmopolitan magazines behind blinders to hide the magazine’s inappropriate covers and content. The…

Jamestown graves a glimpse into early America

By Daniel James Devine
Posted

History | Archeologists believe one grave contains the remains of the colony’s first pastor

Sean McDowell on tackling controversial topics

By Warren Cole Smith
Posted

Q&A | The son of evangelist Josh McDowell talks about his father’s legacy and making his own way in ministry

Backpage sues sheriff over lost credit card payments for sex ads

By Gaye Clark
Posted

Human Trafficking | The embroiled website Backpage has won a temporary restraining order against Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart, preventing the anti-sex trafficking crusader from…

Video games that grapple with life’s most important questions

By Drew Dixon
Posted

Technology | Last month, 52,200 game developers, journalists, and video game professionals descended on the Los Angeles Convention Center to attend this year’s…

Children of the Matrix

Children of the Matrix

By Andrée Seu Peterson
Posted

Technology | We invited an Egyptian couple to lunch after church and their 4-year-old boy fussed so much that the father, with evident reluctance, pulled out an iPad, and…

Boy Scouts to allow homosexual leaders

By Warren Cole Smith
Posted

Boy Scouts | The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) today ended its ban on homosexual leaders. The 45-12 vote came during BSA’s National Executive Board meeting in Irving,

Tiny, powerful heartbeats

By Marvin Olasky
Posted

Hope Award | South Region Winner: Miami clinic gives thousands of poor and mostly minority women the resources to help them choose life for their unborn children

John Stonestreet: Surviving a grilling

By Marvin Olasky
Posted

Q&A | How to talk with those who disagree with you

When habit will no longer do

By Andrée Seu Peterson
Posted

Culture | Francis Schaeffer taught me that the generation of Americans that lost religion was not the one that acted out in full-blown flouting of spiritual laws, but…

The lost art of thinking

The lost art of thinking

By Andrée Seu Peterson
Posted

Faith & Inspiration | Recently a friend visiting from Florida asked me to meet her at Dunkin’ Donuts, so I went at the appointed time but she was late. I received her text upon…

Appeals court rules Christian-owned pharmacy must sell morning-after pill

Appeals court rules Christian-owned pharmacy must sell morning-after pill

By Sarah Padbury
Posted

Religious Liberty | A panel of judges of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled last week that a family-owned pharmacy must dispense morning-after pills in violation of the…

‘Glimmer of hope’ for Christian woman on Pakistan’s death row

By Julia A. Seymour
Posted

Persecution | Pakistan’s Supreme Court suspended the execution of Pakistani Christian Aasiya Noreen (more often called Asia Bibi) after agreeing last week to hear her…

Full house

By Emily Belz
Posted

Television | Jim and Jeannie Gaffigan on their new TV show, their big family, and ‘clean’ comedy

Michael Brown on outlasting the gay revolution

By Warren Cole Smith
Posted

Q&A | The head of the FIRE School of Ministry explains how to stand up for a biblical view of sexuality

Earth to Kepler-452b

By Cal Thomas
Posted

Science | NASA has discovered the answer to all of our problems. It is another planet, a possible twin to Earth that could theoretically sustain life. This revelation…

Moral Mondays blend civil-rights activism with immoral causes

By Jae Wasson
Posted

Activism | A protest movement to promote civil rights in North Carolina has gained momentum and recognition from the high-profile arrests of its members in the past few…

With justice for all?

With justice for all?

By Joel Belz
Posted

Healthcare Mandate | The Little Sisters of the Poor lose to Big Brother

Abortion lawyers OK fetal tissue sales

By Leigh Jones
Posted

Abortion | In latest undercover video, Planned Parenthood executive says the organization’s lawyers have figured out a way to make the practice legal

Congress scrambles to fix VA budget crisis

By Michael Cochrane
Posted

Military | Veterans Affairs officials are hopeful Congress will act this week to avert a looming budget crisis that could force the department to shut down some VA…

The tipping point?

By Warren Cole Smith
Posted

Abortion | Undercover videos shed light on Planned Parenthood’s ghastly business

A lesson in pro-life apologetics

By Warren Cole Smith
Posted

Q&A | Scott Klusendorf has practical advice for talking to friends—and the media—about protecting the unborn

Untroubled and fearless Christians

Untroubled and fearless Christians

By La Shawn Barber
Posted

Culture | Peace I leave with you, My peace I give to you; not as the world gives do I give to you. Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid. (John…

Iraqi troops wrest strategic Anbar base from ISIS

By Abby Reese
Posted

ISIS | Iraqi forces recaptured Anbar University on Sunday, a key Islamic State (ISIS) base located on the outskirts of Ramadi. The operation to retake the university…

Christian cultural dominance through weakness

Christian cultural dominance through weakness

By D.C. Innes
Posted

Culture | The political arena is an angry place, where people contend with each other, for themselves and for their friends, over competitive goods like wealth, power,

Michigan’s homeless makeover

By Daniel James Devine
Posted

Hope Award | Midwest Region Winner: Detroit-area center helps transform homeless, addicted, and despondent men and women into workers and homeowners

Unfit to survive

Unfit to survive

By Janie B. Cheaney
Posted

Evolution | What has belief in Darwinism actually done for us?

Stealing on the job

Stealing on the job

By Bill Newton
Posted

Business | I’d just stepped off the airplane and was walking to baggage claim when I passed a Transportation Security Administration (TSA) agent guarding the exit. She…

New planets, God, and tuna casserole

By Jeff Koch
Posted

Science | The scientific and media communities launched into frenzied excitement last week over NASA’s discovery of Kepler 452b, a new earth-like exoplanet. Although…

Midday Roundup: State Department coughs up more Benghazi docs

By Leigh Jones
Posted

Newsworthy | Document dump. The U.S. State Department will hand over 5,000 documents related to the 2012 terrorist attack in Libya to the House Select Committee on…

A biblical view of homosexuality

A biblical view of homosexuality

Posted by Kevin DeYoung

Books | Answering the most frequent objections Christians face. An excerpt from a WORLD Book of the Year runner-up

Recovering regeneration in the church

Recovering regeneration in the church

By Dane Ortlund
Posted

2015 Books Issue | Jonathan Edwards’ understanding of the doctrine of new birth. An excerpt from a WORLD Book of the Year runner-up

Whom do evangelical insiders favor in 2016?

By J.C. Derrick
Posted

Campaign 2016 | Marco Rubio leads, former favorites flop in 2016 questionnaire responses

When habit will no longer do

By Andrée Seu Peterson
Posted

Culture | Francis Schaeffer taught me that the generation of Americans that lost religion was not the one that acted out in full-blown flouting of spiritual laws, but…

Jamestown graves a glimpse into early America

By Daniel James Devine
Posted

History | Archeologists believe one grave contains the remains of the colony’s first pastor

Possible split threatens CCCU

By J.C. Derrick
Posted

Higher Education | Decisions concerning homosexuality at Eastern Mennonite University and Goshen College spark tension among coalition of Christian schools

Children of the Matrix

Children of the Matrix

By Andrée Seu Peterson
Posted

Technology | We invited an Egyptian couple to lunch after church and their 4-year-old boy fussed so much that the father, with evident reluctance, pulled out an iPad, and…

Chinese leaders order all crosses demolished

By June Cheng
Posted

Persecution | Christians warn compliance will lead to greater governmental control over church teaching

Paul Copan on winning hearts, not arguments

By Warren Cole Smith
Posted

Q&A | A Christian philosophy professor talks about the real purpose of apologetics

Fetal organs harvested for lab rats

Fetal organs harvested for lab rats

By Jamie Dean
Posted

Abortion | As the Planned Parenthood controversy continues, a disturbing question arises: What happens to aborted baby parts once they reach a lab?

Video games that grapple with life’s most important questions

By Drew Dixon
Posted

Technology | Last month, 52,200 game developers, journalists, and video game professionals descended on the Los Angeles Convention Center to attend this year’s…

More evidence of dollars for dead babies

By Lynde Langdon
Posted

Abortion | Planned Parenthood finds denials of tissue sales harder to make after latest video release

Blindsided

By Marvin Olasky
Posted

Religion | Hundreds of evangelicals were caught off guard in March when their church leaders, without any open discussion, announced that sexually active homosexuals…

Christian cultural dominance through weakness

Christian cultural dominance through weakness

By D.C. Innes
Posted

Culture | The political arena is an angry place, where people contend with each other, for themselves and for their friends, over competitive goods like wealth, power,

Out of the ashes

By Jamie Dean
Posted

Nigeria | In Christian communities ravaged by Boko Haram militants, churches find new life among the ruins

Sean McDowell on tackling controversial topics

By Warren Cole Smith
Posted

Q&A | The son of evangelist Josh McDowell talks about his father’s legacy and making his own way in ministry

Michael Brown on outlasting the gay revolution

By Warren Cole Smith
Posted

Q&A | The head of the FIRE School of Ministry explains how to stand up for a biblical view of sexuality

Michigan’s homeless makeover

By Daniel James Devine
Posted

Hope Award | Midwest Region Winner: Detroit-area center helps transform homeless, addicted, and despondent men and women into workers and homeowners

Full house

By Emily Belz
Posted

Television | Jim and Jeannie Gaffigan on their new TV show, their big family, and ‘clean’ comedy

With justice for all?

With justice for all?

By Joel Belz
Posted

Healthcare Mandate | The Little Sisters of the Poor lose to Big Brother

Navigating public school as a Christian parent

By Mary Reichard
Posted

Public Schools | Advice for parents who don’t want public education to erode their students’ faith and values

Developing the Daniel Option

Developing the Daniel Option

By Marvin Olasky
Posted

Culture | This is no time to give up on politics

David R. Shedd: Snakes and scorpions

By Gordon Middleton
Posted

Q&A | Examining the future of America’s national security in a changing world

The kids are not all right

By Daniel James Devine
Posted

Sexuality | After being raised in same-sex households, some children, now grown, are risking the ire of aggressive gay activists by saying the same-sex parenting model is…

John Stonestreet: Surviving a grilling

By Marvin Olasky
Posted

Q&A | How to talk with those who disagree with you

Boy Scouts to allow homosexual leaders

By Warren Cole Smith
Posted

Boy Scouts | The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) today ended its ban on homosexual leaders. The 45-12 vote came during BSA’s National Executive Board meeting in Irving,

Rod Dreher explains the ‘Benedict Option’

Rod Dreher explains the ‘Benedict Option’

By Warren Cole Smith
Posted

Q&A | The popular conservative commentator lays out a new way for Christians to interact with the culture

Vaccines & Viruses: Regulators approve world’s first malaria vaccine

By Daniel James Devine
Posted

Vaccines & Viruses | Mosquito defense. After spending $356 million and conducting 30 years of research, British drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline won approval last week from European…

Warp speed

Warp speed

By Andrée Seu Peterson
Posted

Faith & Inspiration | Attitudes change at a breathtaking pace as Americans strive to be au courant

Our exile in Babylon

Our exile in Babylon

By Janie B. Cheaney
Posted

Faith & Inspiration | It’s time to seek the welfare of the city where God placed us

A lesson in pro-life apologetics

By Warren Cole Smith
Posted

Q&A | Scott Klusendorf has practical advice for talking to friends—and the media—about protecting the unborn

Children of hers

By Marvin Olasky
Posted

Poverty | The unsung legacy of an anti-poverty warrior

‘Homosexual acts’ no longer taboo at Baylor?

By Bonnie Pritchett
Posted

Higher Education | Critics of the school’s new conduct policy say it’s too vague to protect against future challenges to the sanctity of marriage

Stealing on the job

Stealing on the job

By Bill Newton
Posted

Business | I’d just stepped off the airplane and was walking to baggage claim when I passed a Transportation Security Administration (TSA) agent guarding the exit. She…

Congress scrambles to fix VA budget crisis

By Michael Cochrane
Posted

Military | Veterans Affairs officials are hopeful Congress will act this week to avert a looming budget crisis that could force the department to shut down some VA…

Notable Books

By Susan Olasky
Posted

Books | Four recent novels

Wheaton’s ‘celibate gay’ counselor resigns

By Daniel James Devine
Posted

Sexuality | Julie Rodgers announces her beliefs about Christianity and homosexuality have changed

The tipping point?

By Warren Cole Smith
Posted

Abortion | Undercover videos shed light on Planned Parenthood’s ghastly business

Rear admiral vows to continue sharing faith

By J.C. Derrick
Posted

Religion | Coast Guard officer spoke 'from the heart' at Thursday's National Day of Prayer observance in Washington, D.C.

Voddie Baucham’s big move to Africa

By Warren Cole Smith
Posted

Q&A | The pastor, father, and speaker talks about his work at home and explains his move to Zambia with his wife and seven of their children

Whom do evangelical insiders favor in 2016?

Posted by J.C. Derrick

Campaign 2016 | Marco Rubio leads, former favorites flop in 2016 questionnaire responses

More evidence of dollars for dead babies

By Lynde Langdon
Posted

Abortion | Planned Parenthood finds denials of tissue sales harder to make after latest video release

‘We can see how much we get out of it’

By Courtney Crandell
Posted

Abortion | In latest video from the Center for Medical Progress, Planned Parenthood director talks about per-item price for aborted baby parts

Fetal organs harvested for lab rats

Fetal organs harvested for lab rats

By Jamie Dean
Posted

Abortion | As the Planned Parenthood controversy continues, a disturbing question arises: What happens to aborted baby parts once they reach a lab?

Unfit to survive

Unfit to survive

By Janie B. Cheaney
Posted

Evolution | What has belief in Darwinism actually done for us?

Children of the Matrix

Children of the Matrix

By Andrée Seu Peterson
Posted

Technology | We invited an Egyptian couple to lunch after church and their 4-year-old boy fussed so much that the father, with evident reluctance, pulled out an iPad, and…

Untroubled and fearless Christians

Untroubled and fearless Christians

By La Shawn Barber
Posted

Culture | Peace I leave with you, My peace I give to you; not as the world gives do I give to you. Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid. (John…

New planets, God, and tuna casserole

By Jeff Koch
Posted

Science | The scientific and media communities launched into frenzied excitement last week over NASA’s discovery of Kepler 452b, a new earth-like exoplanet. Although…

Boy Scouts to allow homosexual leaders

By Warren Cole Smith
Posted

Boy Scouts | The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) today ended its ban on homosexual leaders. The 45-12 vote came during BSA’s National Executive Board meeting in Irving,

Full house

By Emily Belz
Posted

Television | Jim and Jeannie Gaffigan on their new TV show, their big family, and ‘clean’ comedy

Recovering regeneration in the church

Recovering regeneration in the church

By Dane Ortlund
Posted

2015 Books Issue | Jonathan Edwards’ understanding of the doctrine of new birth. An excerpt from a WORLD Book of the Year runner-up

Stealing on the job

Stealing on the job

By Bill Newton
Posted

Business | I’d just stepped off the airplane and was walking to baggage claim when I passed a Transportation Security Administration (TSA) agent guarding the exit. She…

Abortion lawyers OK fetal tissue sales

By Leigh Jones
Posted

Abortion | In latest undercover video, Planned Parenthood executive says the organization’s lawyers have figured out a way to make the practice legal

Possible split threatens CCCU

By J.C. Derrick
Posted

Higher Education | Decisions concerning homosexuality at Eastern Mennonite University and Goshen College spark tension among coalition of Christian schools

Earth to Kepler-452b

By Cal Thomas
Posted

Science | NASA has discovered the answer to all of our problems. It is another planet, a possible twin to Earth that could theoretically sustain life. This revelation…

With justice for all?

With justice for all?

By Joel Belz
Posted

Healthcare Mandate | The Little Sisters of the Poor lose to Big Brother

When habit will no longer do

By Andrée Seu Peterson
Posted

Culture | Francis Schaeffer taught me that the generation of Americans that lost religion was not the one that acted out in full-blown flouting of spiritual laws, but…

Appeals court rules Christian-owned pharmacy must sell morning-after pill

Appeals court rules Christian-owned pharmacy must sell morning-after pill

By Sarah Padbury
Posted

Religious Liberty | A panel of judges of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled last week that a family-owned pharmacy must dispense morning-after pills in violation of the…

Midday Roundup: Teens’ weekend fishing trip goes horribly wrong

By Lynde Langdon
Posted

Newsworthy | Missing at sea. The Coast Guard is searching for two 14-year-old boys who went fishing off the Florida coast Friday and haven’t come back. Rescuers found…

Two supermarkets to cover up racy magazine covers

Two supermarkets to cover up racy magazine covers

By Onize Ohikere
Posted

Media | Rite Aid and Food Lion announced they will start placing Cosmopolitan magazines behind blinders to hide the magazine’s inappropriate covers and content. The…

John Stonestreet: Surviving a grilling

By Marvin Olasky
Posted

Q&A | How to talk with those who disagree with you

Jamestown graves a glimpse into early America

By Daniel James Devine
Posted

History | Archeologists believe one grave contains the remains of the colony’s first pastor

The lost art of thinking

The lost art of thinking

By Andrée Seu Peterson
Posted

Faith & Inspiration | Recently a friend visiting from Florida asked me to meet her at Dunkin’ Donuts, so I went at the appointed time but she was late. I received her text upon…

Obama talks gay rights, corruption in East Africa

By Onize Ohikere
Posted

Africa | President Barack Obama’s trip to Africa began Friday with a warm welcome in Kenya, where his father was born. Billboards announcing his arrival covered the…

A biblical view of homosexuality

A biblical view of homosexuality

By Kevin DeYoung
Posted

Books | Answering the most frequent objections Christians face. An excerpt from a WORLD Book of the Year runner-up

Warp speed

Warp speed

By Andrée Seu Peterson
Posted

Faith & Inspiration | Attitudes change at a breathtaking pace as Americans strive to be au courant

Vaccines & Viruses: Regulators approve world’s first malaria vaccine

By Daniel James Devine
Posted

Vaccines & Viruses | Mosquito defense. After spending $356 million and conducting 30 years of research, British drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline won approval last week from European…

Texas Supreme Court sides with Houston pastors in ordinance fight

By Lynde Langdon
Posted

Religious Liberty | The Texas Supreme Court today ordered the City of Houston to either repeal a controversial non-discrimination policy or put it to a citywide vote this…

Christian cultural dominance through weakness

Christian cultural dominance through weakness

By D.C. Innes
Posted

Culture | The political arena is an angry place, where people contend with each other, for themselves and for their friends, over competitive goods like wealth, power,

Three opportunities for the resolute

Three opportunities for the resolute

By Marvin Olasky
Posted

WORLD | Suggestions for those contemplating New Year’s resolutions: If you have writing talent, resolve to write an Amy-eligible article for your local,

Study: Adults accept more traditional gender roles after they become parents

Study: Adults accept more traditional gender roles after they become parents

By Kiley Crossland
Posted

Family | Men and women affirm more traditional family values after the birth of their first child, according to a study released this week. The study’s author,

Iraqi troops wrest strategic Anbar base from ISIS

By Abby Reese
Posted

ISIS | Iraqi forces recaptured Anbar University on Sunday, a key Islamic State (ISIS) base located on the outskirts of Ramadi. The operation to retake the university…

Chinese leaders order all crosses demolished

By June Cheng
Posted

Persecution | Christians warn compliance will lead to greater governmental control over church teaching

A lesson in pro-life apologetics

By Warren Cole Smith
Posted

Q&A | Scott Klusendorf has practical advice for talking to friends—and the media—about protecting the unborn

A Strong presence in Texas

By Barnabas Piper
Posted

Sports | Charlie Strong was hired last June to be the head football coach for the University of Texas. He’d had a successful tenure as the coach at Louisville and as…

Blindsided

By Marvin Olasky
Posted

Religion | Hundreds of evangelicals were caught off guard in March when their church leaders, without any open discussion, announced that sexually active homosexuals…

New York, University of California adopt $15 minimum wage

By Jae Wasson
Posted

Business | Maybe New York’s fast-food workers shouldn’t be celebrating their new $15 minimum wage. While advocates for a higher minimum wage say it will help…

Archimedes was right

By Joel Belz
Posted

Education | How many states will follow Nevada’s bold education example?

Video games that grapple with life’s most important questions

By Drew Dixon
Posted

Technology | Last month, 52,200 game developers, journalists, and video game professionals descended on the Los Angeles Convention Center to attend this year’s…

The courage to be on the wrong side of history: Lessons from Burke and Nietzsche

The courage to be on the wrong side of history: Lessons from Burke and Nietzsche

By Ryan Shinkel
Posted

Marriage | Millennials who stand up for family, marriage, and the foundational institutions of civil society make possible a new cultural counter-revolution. The…

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