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The Worst Time to Plant a Church

In 2006, more than 90 percent of The Falls Church voted to leave the Episcopal denomination. In one sense, the decision was easy—two years earlier, The Episcopal Church (TEC) had installed openly gay bishop Gene Robinson, the “flash point that showed how far the repudiation of Christian orthodoxy had gone,” wrote The Falls Church then-rector John Yates and author Os Guinness. In another sense, the decision was painfully difficult. Technically,…

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Religious Liberty Is for Everyone’s Good

It’s vital that Christians exercise and defend that freedom wisely. The goal shouldn’t be to create an American theocracy

How to Be a (Complementarian) Woman of Influence

Why is it that a female bishop with great institutional authority is unlikely to write a book that sells

Aslan’s Origin Story

For those who have come to love the writings of C. S. Lewis, an intimate picture of him as

Why You Should Read Frederick Buechner

Someone who is both compelled by a gospel faith and also by a literary vision will sometimes end up