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The incomplete telling of Louis Zamperini’s life

By Cal Thomas
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Movies | NEW YORK—I wanted to like the movie because I love the book. Laura Hillenbrand’s bestseller Unbroken is a classic. While I had heard reports that the turning…

Santa Claus’ Christian beginnings

Santa Claus’ Christian beginnings

By Albin Sadar
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Christmas | Some people might have a problem acknowledging Jesus during the season that bears His name. Those same folks most likely don’t have a problem with Santa…

Freed from sin in Romania: “Jesus hasn’t changed”

By Susan Olasky
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Religion | The life of Marian Mocanu of Bucharest, Romania, embodies the words of the familiar Advent carol, “Oh come, oh come Emmanuel,” when it says, “Oh, come,

Delivering good news in West Africa

By Stuart Showalter
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Religion | The threat of Ebola and political unrest does not deter the work of Bible translators

Perseverance of the saints: A tribute to missionary translators

By Marvin Olasky
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Religion | We read sometimes of “unreached people groups” and efforts to translate the Bible into their own language. But what does it take to succeed in that…

Weekend Reads: Expanding the kingdom and following Christ

Weekend Reads: Expanding the kingdom and following Christ

By Caleb Nelson
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Books | God Dwells Among Us: Expanding Eden to the Ends of the Earth By Greg Beale and Mitchell Kim What is a temple? Ideally speaking, it is a place in which God…

Hobbits and Christ: The worldview of J.R.R. Tolkien

By Christina Darnell
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Q&A | For those who have eyes to see and ears to hear, the Middle Earth imagined by J.R.R. Tolkien—and reimagined by Peter Jackson for the newly released film The

All’s well in Warren

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Religion | I just got through to the secretary of the mayor’s office of the Detroit suburb of Warren, Mich., and asked her if there is a holiday display this year at…

Christmastime, still

By Mindy Belz
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Persecution | In the new year Christ’s light will shine in the darkest places

Cuba: Real normalization, or no deal

By Marvin Olasky
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Cuba | It’s been 10 years since I did some reporting from Cuba, but faces flashed by my eyes as I heard President Barack Obama’s plan to normalize relations with…

Open borders, closed church?

By J.C. Derrick
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Cuba | Evangelicals see opportunities, pitfalls in new era of U.S.-Cuba relations

Russell Moore on cultural slings and arrows

By Warren Cole Smith
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Q&A | SBC’s Ethics and Religious Liberty president talks about equipping the church to share the gospel in sometimes hostile territory

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