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Friday, October 30, 2020

Confronting the Darkness in a Year Full of Death

Seeking renewal in culture, politics, and faith in modern America
These young influencers want to #MakeJesusViral.
Rachel Seo
Political division finds fuel in sin that separates us from each other. Only peacemakers win the title “children of God.”
Bonnie Kristian
After a data-driven study of women’s conversations in Scripture, here’s what I found.
John Dyer
Christians consider the moral weight of the ballot.
Compiled by Daniel Silliman
Part of the emotional drain I felt during the pandemic came from trying to manage my members’ feelings.
Ike Miller
But very few do so from the pulpit, according to the latest from LifeWay Research.
Aaron Earls – LifeWay Research
As members of the body of Christ, we belong to each other in our grief.
Charlotte Donlon
How inner transformation shapes outward proclamation.
Todd Hunter
Don’t let partisan extremes and animosities prevent you from entering the arena for the sake of the common good.
Harold Heie
Can a follower of Christ claim salvation through his crucifixion, but then consent to the suffering racial injustice imposes on others?
Cheryl J. Sanders
A historian asks whether a warped view of masculine authority has corrupted our faith and political witness.
Daniel Harrell
An expected, but not devastating, part of ministry.
Evangelicals pray for peace after three were killed at a Catholic church in Nice, the third incident in recent months attributed to Muslim extremists.
Lori Hinnant – Associated Press
The Bible tells us we only escape original sin through our perfect savior.
Chad Ashby
Making sense of a year where millions have lost loved ones to a virus.
Morgan Lee
Sudanese and American experts examine the latest Arab normalization agreement with the Jewish state.
Jayson Casper
Politics don’t matter when it comes to lifting up our leaders.
Bonnie Kristian

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