Saturday Series

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Thought-provoking articles for your weekend reading on the issues confronting Christians today.

Answers to a biblical-theological-ethical question

By John Piper
Posted

Abortion | How do pro-life Christians obey God’s command to honor a president when he supports the right to kill the unborn?

Actively engaged in the abortion battle

Actively engaged in the abortion battle

By Matt Chandler
Posted

Abortion | A pastor’s plea to not sit on the sidelines and hope this horrific genocide of the unborn works itself out

Beyond the welfare state

Beyond the welfare state

By Marvin Olasky
Posted

Effective Compassion | Choosing a different path to stop the downward spiral of government dependence

A fair analysis of the new NIV

A fair analysis of the new NIV

By Si Cochran
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Religion | How the NIV 2011 compares to what was the evangelical standard, the NIV 1984

J.I. Packer: The lost interview

By Joel Belz
Posted

Q&A | From a recording that disappeared in transit five years ago, the octogenarian theologian shares how God shaped him first and foremost as a catechist

From one adoptee to another

By Ryan Scott Bomberger
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Adoption | Reassuring a young boy struggling with questions about his adoption

Good reporting: Moving from suite-level to street-level

Good reporting: Moving from suite-level to street-level

By Marvin Olasky
Posted

Media | Pavement-pounding journalism—watching, listening, observing, recording—provides readers with the specific details important to a story

Conservatism and compassion

Conservatism and compassion

By Mark Rodgers & Jedd Medefind
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Politics | Conservative candidates must change the perception that they do not care to win the hearts of all Americans

Homosexuals and the church

Homosexuals and the church

By Peter Hubbard
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Homosexuality | How can Christians live in a culture that celebrates the gay lifestyle, yet worship among believers who rarely talk about it—except to condemn it?

Conservatism in four parts

Conservatism in four parts

By James Bruce
Posted

Politics | Can libertarians, traditionalists, neoconservatives, and Christian conservatives put the pieces together?

A letter from Aleppo

By A Syrian doctor
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Syria | A firsthand account from inside Syria’s humanitarian disaster

The joy of Christian journalism

The joy of Christian journalism

By Marvin Olasky
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Media | It’s easy for journalists to become jaded, but Christian scribes can find great joy in reporting the reasons for honoring Christ in all things and above all…

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