Dueling historical narratives have long been at work in our midst. Only one is on the side of the angels.
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As the revolution rolls on, an insider raises a question: What hath software development to do with human development?
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Mike Pence did it again. During yesterday’s National Prayer Day message on Twitter, the former vice president fused 2 Chronicles…
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America’s musical phantom turns 80
If the modern world rests on a foundation of cooperation, the rules governing wealth should, too
“I’m probably going to lose my job as a pastor after this.” Tyler Ethridge was days away from starting a…
The pandemic has left us in a new world—if we can find a way to build it
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The conservative Catholic dilemma isn’t just a challenge for Catholics
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New polling suggests that when it comes to our present political moment, American evangelicals look, well, pretty American. Eighty-one percent…
Today, liberals and conservatives square off over religious liberty. Their shared past points to a better end.
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How evangelicals learned to stop worrying and love postmodernism