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Tax exemption in the crosshairs

Tax exemption in the crosshairs

By Jim Henry
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Religion | The New York Times ’ Mark Oppenheimer says it’s time for churches to pay their ‘fair’ share

Weekend Reads: Go to church … and what to do when you get there

Weekend Reads: Go to church … and what to do when you get there

By Caleb Nelson
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Books | I am a seminary graduate. Many of my friends are pastors. I preach at least twice a month. And I learned a great deal from Josh Moody’s  How Church Can

Pope apologizes for Church’s persecution of Italian Christian minority

By James Bruce
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Religion | Pope Francis made news this week for something other than his environmental encyclical. He offered a rare papal apology.  “On the part of the Catholic…

Blindsided

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

Be on guard

By Marvin Olasky
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Religion | Watching for signs that a church may be about to cave to gay pressures

The pope, the globe, and the facts

By Cal Thomas
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Climate Change | The media and the secular left have a love-hate relationship with the Roman Catholic Church and its popes. When the pope takes positions with which they…

Study: Public opinion not swayed by atheist arguments

By Julie Borg
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Science | Atheists often say science holds the truth and religion is obsolete and unnecessary. But that message isn't resonating with the average person. A team of…

Bill Gothard defends himself on new website

By Warren Cole Smith
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Religion | Former ministry leader denies allegations of sexual abuse, but women who say he abused them stick by their stories, as donors try to prevent the sale of…

A WORLD Book of the Year author on affirming gender

By Warren Cole Smith
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Q&A | Sam Andreades wrote enGendered based on his studies and pastoral experiences

Urban mission

By Timothy Meinch
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Amy Writing Awards | A new downtown home for a suburban megachurch in Des Moines, Iowa. An award of outstanding merit winner

Atheist sues to become military’s first humanist chaplain

By Michael Cochrane
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Military | A federal district court judge in Alexandria, Va., heard arguments on Thursday in a lawsuit that may influence whether the U.S. Navy must admit secular…

Charleston’s Christians pray for unity

By Dick Peterson
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Shooting | Amid the ruins of racial violence, the church calls believers to love across all divisions

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