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Tidings of discomfort and joy

By Jamie Dean
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Religion | In breaking with The Episcopal Church, many Anglican congregations have lost beautiful buildings but gained something greater

Staying the course

By Mindy Belz
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Daniel of the Year | Bishop Antoine Audo and the long-suffering, war-torn, not-going-anywhere Christians of Syria

What goes into the mouth

What goes into the mouth

By Sophia Lee
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Food | The material symbol of God’s blessings at Thanksgiving time is a table laden with food, but many of us have trouble accepting grace. As legitimate concerns…

Adoption under fire

By Susan Olasky
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Adoption | During November, National Adoption Month, watch for noisy attacks on international adoption. Not getting as much attention: hundreds of thousands of dead…

The high cost of negligence

The high cost of negligence

By Jamie Dean
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Sexual Abuse | When pastors, churches, and other caregivers fail to report sexual abuse, they may aid and abet crime–and in some states are subject to prosecution…

Dead seriousness

By Marvin Olasky
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Death Penalty | Rethinking the death penalty: The Bible sets a very high bar for capital punishment, and the American legal system today rarely reaches it

Uncommon uprising

By Daniel James Devine
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Education | A math problem sparked a statewide revolt against new public education standards in Indiana. And that revolt against Common Core has now gone national

Birmingham +50

Birmingham +50

By Emily Belz
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Civil Rights | Relations between blacks and whites have improved in what was once a hotbed of racist violence, but a lot of work remains

Troubling trends

Troubling trends

By Elise Grafe, Angela Lu, Casey Luskin & Leigh Jones
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Back to School | Some public schools continue their slide into transgender politics, Darwinian groupthink, and hostility to Christianity

Fighting back

By Mary Jackson, Elise Grafe, Angela Lu, Daniel James Devine & Samantha Gilman
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Back to School | Christian public school teachers go to court, and scientists quietly advance intelligent design

Back to School

Back to School

By Marvin Olasky
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Back to School | We cover education stories throughout the year, but once a year we take a longer look

Split decisions

By Joy Pullmann, Kaitlyn Speer & Michael Reneau
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Back to School | Charter growth may hurt private schools and other good/bad education news

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