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Lincoln Before the Legend

Nov 21, 2014 | Mike Cosper

The problem with legends is that they obscure as well as they reveal. Read More

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The Scientific Romanticism of ‘Interstellar’

Nov 14, 2014 | Scott Redd

If 'Interstellar' were a religious text, the dogma it encodes could be called something like 'scientific romanticism.' Read More

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The Ennobling Humanity of ‘Fury’

Nov 13, 2014 | Joe Carter

'Fury' isn't a great war movie, but it makes a valiant effort to show the soul-crushing ugliness of warfare. Read More

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On the Wrong Side of History?

Nov 11, 2014 | Matt Smethurst

What do we Christians make of this increasingly aggressive line of questions? Read More

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Fierce Convictions

Oct 31, 2014 | Nathan A. Finn

Prior introduces modern evangelicals to Hannah More’s life and legacy as a largely unknown yet influential historical figure. Read More

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3 Reasons You Should Care About Election Day

Oct 28, 2014 | Anne Chamberlin

Loving our neighbors, American Christians should be politically principled, informed, opinionated, and involved. Read More

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Broken: The Power of Conversion in Louie Zamperini’s Life

Oct 24, 2014 | Ivan Mesa

The story of Louie Zamperini is that of a man unbroken by war but broken by grace. Read More

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My Journey in Rhythm, Rhyme, and Redemption

Oct 20, 2014 | Dan Dewitt

Could a Christian really love Jesus and still like rap? Read More

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Seduction and the Cost of Saying ‘No’

Oct 15, 2014 | Mark A. Howard

Let’s not minimize the danger of our culture’s seduction, nor the cost that comes with our youth’s resisting the American way in the name of Jesus. Read More

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Will Christians Be Secretly Raptured?

Oct 09, 2014 | Jeramie Rinne

The rise and spread of the secret rapture teaching is a remarkable story. In just a century and a half, a previously unknown doctrine has become a central eschatological hope for millions. Read More