Saturday Series

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

Raining on Bart Ehrman’s Easter parade

Raining on Bart Ehrman’s Easter parade

By Michael F. Bird & Simon Gathercole
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Religion | A group of biblical scholars respond to the anti-Christian author’s latest attack on the divinity of Jesus

Slaughtering conventional history’s sacred cows

Slaughtering conventional history’s sacred cows

By Rodney Stark
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Books | An excerpt from Rodney Stark’s How the West Won: The Neglected Story of the Triumph of Modernity

God at work when we’re at our worst

God at work when we’re at our worst

By Barbara Duguid
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Books | An excerpt from Barbara Duguid’s Extravagant Grace , a contender for WORLD’s Book of the Year

How to read thoughtfully

How to read thoughtfully

By Emily Whitten
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Books | The Bible and literary criticism

Religious liberty under siege

By The Editors
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Religious Liberty | Read this brief to understand the issues involved in the Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood Specialties Supreme Court case

Storytelling from simple to complex

Storytelling from simple to complex

By Marvin Olasky
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Media | It’s vital to recognize that news stories have protagonists and antagonists, missions and obstacles

A Wheaton discussion of homosexuality

By Marvin Olasky, Philip Ryken, Amanda Morris & Rosaria Butterfield
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Homosexuality | Former lesbian Rosaria Butterfield found controversy and opportunity on her recent visit to a Christian college campus

Ripping racial strife out by the roots

Ripping racial strife out by the roots

By John Piper
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Black History Month | We close out Black History Month with John Piper’s personal, prophetic, and profound words on the power of the gospel in racial reconciliation

Black History Month’s invisible man

By Marvin Olasky
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Black History Month | Booker T. Washington was an early role model for racial reconciliation but is often ignored today

Building a practical and productive future

By Booker T. Washington
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Black History Month | Booker T. Washington taught his students at Tuskegee to love hard work for its own sake

Martin Luther King Jr.’s ‘Letter From Birmingham City Jail’

By Martin Luther King Jr.
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Race Issues | As Black History Month begins, we take a look at a leading document of the civil rights movement

The war on the word ‘marriage’

The war on the word ‘marriage’

By Robin Phillips
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Marriage | Though gay rights advocates said they didn’t want to change the definition of marriage, change it they did

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