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Friday, September 22, 2023

pro-life movement finds itself at a crossroads

The pro-life movement finds itself at a crossroads—since Roe v. Wade was overturned, politicians and voters aren’t as committed to the cause.

After violent mob attacks in August, Pakistani police are recommending churches hire private security for their safety.

Jerry Falwell Jr.’s lawsuit against Liberty now includes allegations of misconduct against its board members. The school has called the claims "improper and unsupported."

A record number of evangelical colleges are celebrating best-ever enrollment numbers, including Samford, Taylor, Cedarville, Abilene Christian, and Asbury University, where the marketing and enrollment team has been navigating the potential pitfalls of revival fame.

A lesson from Mitt Romney: Character and competency matter all the time, whether that’s in public office or the church.

How stories will heal our culture wars.

On this week’s episode of The Bulletin, making sense of the actor and writer strikes.

Ahead of their evacuations to World War II internment camps, Japanese American pastors preached of Old Testament exile and New Testament persecution.

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