Friday, January 8, 2016

My Neighbor's Health Is My Business


Gleanings
More Women Sue Bill Gothard and IBLP, Alleging Sexual Abuse
Amended lawsuit increases severity of allegations. IBLP welcomes the court process.
Sarah Eekhoff Zylstra
Five more women have added their complaints to a lawsuit accusing Institute in Basic Life Principles (IBLP) founder Bill Gothard, now 81, of sexual abuse and harassment. They join five women who filed suit in October against IBLP, saying the institute ignored and mismanaged their complaints of Gothard's and other staff's behavior. IBLP asked the court to dismiss the lawsuit for lack of supporting facts. Attorneys for the women asked for permission to refile... continue reading >>


Gleanings
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Bodies & Souls
My Neighbor's Health Is My Business
If we're serious about saving lives, we'll be serious about public health.
 
Discipleship
The Violent Side of Jesus' Baptism
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Her.meneutics
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Star Wars' leading lady sends a message to the boys, too.
 
What to Watch When There's Nothing New to Watch
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The Exchange
Christian Declaration on Caring for Refugees: An Evangelical Response
How can Christians respond to this crisis.
 
Her.meneutics
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Two recent titles explore the great apologist's relationships with women.
 
Gleanings
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Here are the Christian leaders lost last year that CT readers mourned most.
 
The Exchange
Where Have All the Evangelism Conferences Gone?
The lack of evangelism conferences today is a small problem symptomatic of a HUGE problem.
 
Christian TV Helps ISIS Survivors
As Myriam, the girl who forgave ISIS, returns to school, Arabic broadcaster finds 'unconventional' way to bring education to other refugees.

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