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Friday, November 13, 2020

Pro-Life Women Surge in Congress

 Embracing God’s Blessings: How to Seek and Pursue Peace

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The Psalms Dare Us to Bring Our Whole Selves Before God
Praying the Psalter can give shape to the river of our emotions.
Tish Harrison Warren
Paul’s Most Beloved Letter Was Entrusted to a Woman
Meet Phoebe, the first interpreter of Romans.
Jennifer Powell McNutt and Amy Beverage Peeler
A True Religion Does Three Things and Answers Four Questions
John Stackhouse offers a checklist for sincere spiritual searchers.
Paul Chamberlain
The Mayflower Pilgrims—as Not Seen on TV
Pop culture has given us a distorted picture of the religious separatists who founded Plymouth Colony. Historian John Turner sets the record straight.
Daniel N. Gullotta
France’s Free Speech Makes Arab Christians Squirm
As French evangelicals back Macron over Muhammad cartoons, fellow believers in the Middle East are torn.
Jayson Casper
First COGIC Bishop to Israel Meets Opposition from Counter-Missionaries
Glenn and Pauline Plummer say they are ambassadors, but some see a secret agenda to convert Jews.
Daniel Silliman
Died: Harry R. Jackson Jr., Charismatic Bishop and Trump Adviser
Predicting a movement of black conservatives coming out of megachurches, he joined forces with the Religious Right to influence national politics.
Daniel Silliman
How to Prevent the Next Evangelical Leadership Scandal
Working in PR, I’ve stepped in to help ministries after a crisis hits. What they need is more accountability before it happens.
Heather Cirmo
Pro-Life Women Surge in Congress
Even after doubling the number of GOP women in the House, abortion restrictions still face an uphill battle with a Democratic majority.
Megan Fowler
Jon Tyson: ‘Run into the Controversy’
Why the NYC pastor’s goal is “to winsomely offend everybody.”
Interview by Kelli B. Trujillo
Share the Gospel with Prisoners. Then Apply It to the System.
Evangelicals are superb at the first task. To what extent do they embrace the second as well?
Daniel K. Williams
The 144 Million and Counting
A historic election turnout augurs well for American democracy. But there is greater truth than voting can determine.
Daniel Harrell
The Bible Is Our Blazing Fire
A look inside our special issue exploring women's passionate engagement with Scripture.
Kelli B. Trujillo
Bible Readers in Foxholes: Combat Vets More Engaged in Scripture
The most popular topics for military Bible study are suffering, hopelessness, and loneliness.
Kate Shellnutt
Sermon Prep in the Name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit
How the Trinity is reshaping my preaching.
Stephen L. Woodworth
Advice for Armenians and Azerbaijanis, from Israel-Palestine
After three decades of reconciliation work in Jerusalem, here’s what I’ve learned when protracted conflict involves religion, land, and history.
Salim J. Munayer

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