With its focus on aesthetics, ritual, and community, Orthodox worship is a magnet for some evangelicals
by Marshall Allen
Praying in Public
There is no place in all of creation that is outside the scope of God's mercies--not even Burger King.
by Richard Mouw
Is the Religious Right Finished?
An insiders' conversation
Sex and the Single Evangelical
The church lady vs. the 'evangelical whore'
by Lauren F. Winner
What's Right About the Religious Right
Christians ought to be charitable toward one another, constantly seeking common ground to work together in helping the church bring renewal to all the structures of God's creation.
by Charles Colson
I'd Do It All Again
There will always be challenges. Christians don't quit.
by the Reverend Jerry Falwell
Once and Future Worship
The revival of ancient worship patterns is adding yet another wrinkle in the worship debate. Meet the 'new liturgicals.'
by Rob Marus and Marshall Allen
Civil Rights Champion's Daughter Crosses 'Every Racial Line'
Bernice King preaches a Pentecostal message targeting young people
by Valerie G. Lowe
Poll Shows Church Attendance Down
Five percent fewer adult Americans report attending church regularly.
What Would Jesus Think of King's Protests?
New scholarship about ''turning the other cheek''
by Marcus Borg
Maximize the Moment by T. D. Jakes
Barna study reports Christians more likely to experience divorce than others
by Religion News Service
The New Cost of Discipleship
Christians must continue to make their voices heard in the public square
by James Dobson
The Drive Toward Individual Freedom
Breaking down prejudice gets my vote as the biggest change of the last century.
by John Shelby Spong
Protestants on the Road to Rome
Catholic orthodoxy is a magnet for some Protestants, even the clergy.
by Brad Wilcox
THE EYES OF TAMMY ARE UPON YOU
Bakker's comeback includes Reggie White, but possibly not his ex-wife
The Christian Diet Craze
The guru of godly dieting could afford to lighten up a little
by Marie Griffith
A Necessary Man
Bishop John Shelby Spong has written an autobiography that puts his combativeness in perspective
by Doug LeBlanc
'Here We Stood'
In a post-Christian world, Bishop John Shelby Spong's liberal conclusions are more convincing than his premises
by Diana Butler Bass