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The First Amendment is for Nazis

By La Shawn Barber
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Religious Liberty | “people in the red states vote for nazis to govern, and then call themselves Christian, it will not end well for them. #BoycottIndiana” Can you guess what…

Nigerian Christians watch and pray after historic elections

By Jamie Dean
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Nigeria | For the first time in Nigerian history, an opposition candidate has defeated a sitting president, marking an historic power shift in Africa’s most populous…

Nicholas Kristof’s defense of evangelicals

By John S. Dickerson
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Religion | On Sunday, New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof observed a cemented bias against evangelical Christians among his erudite colleagues: “Today, among urban…

Coalition of black churches rebukes PCUSA over marriage redefinition

Coalition of black churches rebukes PCUSA over marriage redefinition

By James Bruce
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Religion | In a stern public rebuke, the National Black Church Initiative (NBCI) has condemned the recent decision by the Presbyterian Church (USA) to define marriage as…

NYC churches set for Easter, future unclear

By Emily Belz
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Religious Liberty | Supreme Court rejects Bronx church case, leaving the mayor to take action as he promised

Midday Roundup: Indiana enacts groundbreaking religious protections

By Lynde Langdon
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Newsworthy | Fully protected. Indiana Gov. Mike Pence today signed a law that protects the religious rights of individuals, businesses, and associations. The measure…

LifeWay abandons ‘heaven visitation resources’

By James Bruce
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Books | Heaven’s not for sale, and books recounting people’s journeys there won’t be, either—at least not at LifeWay, the bookseller and publishing house…

Bobby Schuller on the Crystal Cathedral exodus

By Warren Cole Smith
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Q&A | Now leading the Hour of Power, Robert Schuller’s grandson talks about the lasting parts of his family’s ministry

Shepherds, sheep, and dust

By La Shawn Barber
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Religion | When I read about John Shuck, a pastorat Southminster Presbyterian Church (PCUSA) in Beaverton, Ore., I thought about the Onion again—a pastor who doesn’t…

Midday Roundup: Utah approves firing squad as backup execution plan

By Lynde Langdon
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Newsworthy | Death squad. Utah Gov. Gary Herbert approved a law yesterday that allows executions by firing squad if lethal injection drugs are not available. The change…

A progressive liberal ‘comes out’ as Christian

By Nick Eicher
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Religion | Last week, I talked with John Stonestreet of the Chuck Colson Center for Christian Worldview about the “coming out” of liberal writer Ana Marie Cox as a…

Weekend Reads: Workaholics and witnesses

Weekend Reads: Workaholics and witnesses

By Caleb Nelson
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Books | Work, Play, Love: A Visual Guide to Calling, Career, and the Mission of God By Mark Shaw The sphere of work—complete with huge teeth—attempts to chomp down…

 
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