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Flock defense

By Daniel James Devine
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Religion | While politicians debate gun control, some churches and ministries are dealing with mass shootings their own way: with armed security

Going to pot?

By Warren Cole Smith
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Law | As both the social costs of and tax revenue from legal marijuana explode, it becomes increasingly difficult to reverse direction

Bar the doors?

Bar the doors?

By Daniel James Devine
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Churches | The U.S. Supreme Court’s gay marriage decision may increase the likelihood churches will face LGBT lawsuits. Here’s how some are protecting themselves

Sounding the alarm

By J.C. Derrick
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Government | The only economist in Congress, newcomer Dave Brat never tires of warning about the government’s reckless fiscal habits

Season preview

By Emily Belz
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Supreme Court | The Supreme Court justices return to the field with a serious lineup of cases

Life after death

Life after death

By Daniel James Devine
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Vaccinations | Where vaccines saving millions of lives are derived from the tissue of aborted children, is it ethical to use them?

Recycling a tragedy

Recycling a tragedy

By Sophia Lee
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Health | HIV isn’t getting the attention it had 30 years ago, but it hasn’t gone away. An alarming growth in the rate of infections, meanwhile, is underway

Serious play

By Emily Belz
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Technology | A video game about a child’s battle with cancer shows gaming’s newer, deeper directions

Motions for defense

By J.C. Derrick
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Higher Education | Christian higher ed braces for the post- Obergefell world

Testing the limits

Testing the limits

By Warren Cole Smith
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Education | The College Board’s standardized—and heavily politicized—exams have uncommon influence on curriculum in even Christian schools, but alternatives may be…

Children’s Books of the Year

Children’s Books of the Year

By Susan Olasky, Janie B. Cheaney & Megan Saben
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Books | These delightful books implicitly support a Christian understanding of how the world works

Edifying CHAT

By Emily Belz
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Hope Award | East Region Winner: Richmond neighborhood group helps poor students thrive

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