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The Mob at Ephesus in Acts 19

If you want an accurate picture of life in the first century AD, archaeology shows us that you can’t do much better than the book of Acts.

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Science Didn’t Just Happen

Socrates said that wisdom consists in knowing that you know nothing. If that’s true, a few of our brightest scientists need some enlightenment.

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More Prophylactics, More Teen Pregnancies

Remember those so-called “experts” who assured us that condoms would cut rates of fertility and STDs? Well, they now face a conundrum.

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Your Friends Are More Open than You Think

Your unchurched friends are not unreachable. How do I know? They’ve said so themselves.

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Have We Finally Amused Ourselves to Death?

The good news is people are leaving their screens inside to go outside. The bad news? When they’re outside, they’re still staring at screens.

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Kill Your Kids Before They’re Subjected to Violence?

Exploiting a national tragedy about killing to advocate more killing is indefensible. But that’s what Planned Parenthood did.

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Breaking out of the Echo Chamber

A few in the media and academia are finally recognizing that neither place is friendly to conservatives or evangelicals. That recognition is refreshing!

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Winsome Conversations about Tough Topics

Ever left speechless on these tough conversations about social issues? Ever think afterwards, why didn’t I say that? Well, here are six questions for your conversational toolkit.

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And the Difference It Can Make

Think all is lost? Feel like you don’t know how to make a difference in our crazy world? Here's a personal story that just might change your mind.

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Lessons from Lake Wobegon

Garrison Keillor has walked off the stage, but there’s much we can learn from his God-haunted and persistently excellent career.

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Where To from Here?

Last week seems like a bad dream, but it wasn’t. Is it even possible to make sense of such cultural chaos?

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Un-believers Gotta Un-believe

Probably a fake. That’s what a Harvard professor is saying about the “Jesus’ wife” papyrus she once believed to be authentic. Why did folks fall for it in the first place?

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The Threat to Pastors' Religious Freedom in Iowa

A so-called “clarification” on anti-discrimination laws in the heartland makes the state the arbiter of sermons and services.

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Remembering the 'World’s Conscience'

The man who, according to the New York Times “seared the memory of the Holocaust on the world’s conscience,” has passed away.

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China’s Self-Inflicted Wound

Healthy economies need young workers. And thanks to its one-child policy, China is facing a less-than-rosy economic future. Here's a lesson in demographics and worldview.

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