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9 Things You Should Know About Global Poverty

On Monday a trio of American economists—Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo, and Michael Kremer—won the Nobel Prize in economics for “their experimental approach to alleviating global poverty.” As the Nobel Committee says, “The research conducted by this year’s Laureates has considerably improved our ability to fight global poverty. In just two decades, their new experiment-based approach has transformed development economics, which is now a flourishing field of research.” The Committee also claims the work of these economists has “great potential to further improve the lives…
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How to Say ‘God Is Faithful’ When Suffering Won’t Stop

It’s been a tough year for me. While 2018 was filled with creative, financial, and relational blessing, 2019 has been much more difficult. My wife, Quina, and I have dealt with her ministry burnout and discouraging health issues, along with her grandmother’s death, relational strains with people we love, deferred hopes to conceive another child, and the deportation of my aunt and uncle. After experiencing so much answered prayer in…

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Do Theology for God’s Sake

The subject matter of theological study is dangerous and untamed.

J. D. Greear’s Challenge: How Will You Respond?

J. D. Greear asks questions I wish more of us wrestled with.

Religious Freedom Is a Christian Idea

Joe Carter reviews, in the words of Albert Mohler, “the most important book on religious liberty to appear in

Will Gen Z Hold On to the Faith?

The bottom line is that teens today must be discipled differently than they have been in the past.