A Court of Morals or a Moral Court?
The British court was right to try to save one of the conjoined twin girls, even against the wishes of the parents
By Richard Land

Why We Can't Clone Jesus
If science has a say in it, the Second Coming won't happen anytime soon
By Gregg Easterbrook

Making Real Decisions About Halloween
Christians don't automatically need to oppose it, but they should be concerned
By Richard Mouw

Banning Halloween
The October bacchanalia turns into a religious issue for the nation's public schools
By Deborah Caldwell

Does Less Sunday School Equal More Secularism?
God comes second to homework and afterschool activities
By Martin Marty

The Mighty Deeds of Jesus
Are there limits to the spectacular?
By Marcus Borg

By the Book
The unscrolling of the Bible
By Ben Witherington III

The Sacred Well
Drilling a well in her backyard, the author becomes conscious of her connection to the earth
By Barbara Brown Taylor

John Stott: A Fundamentalist in Sheep's Clothing?
The Anglican leader has decided to retire. What he needs to recognize is that his evangelical ideas retired long ago
By John Shelby Spong

The Body of Christ: A Practical Lesson
How can the life of the meeting redirect our individual lives?
By Marty Grundy

Who Are the Quakers?
A closer look at the Religious Society of Friends

A Phenomenon With a Goal
See You at the Pole is not a culminating event, but the beginning of a quest for spiritual renewal--and it's perfectly legal
By Richard Land

Taking a Stand for God
A Christian teen adviser looks at what motivates students to stand at the pole and pray
By Jim Burns

Bible CD-Roms for Kids
By Karen Jones

The Truth about Relativism
After the Vatican statement, ecumenism will go on
By Martin E. Marty

Gearing Up for God
Christians wear their faith around their necks, and on their backs. What's the real value for witnessing of Christian gear?
By Craig Bird

Protestants and Politics Archive
Past articles from the 2000 election season

What Is Biblical Prophecy?
Prophecies aren't just God-sanctioned horoscopes
By Ben Witherington III

Clinton's Debt to God
In his recent apology, the president came across as a flawed human being and a repentant sinner, much like the rest of us
By Richard Mouw

An Unorthodox Choice
Aligned on social issues but sharply opposed on abortion, how will evangelicals react to Joseph Lieberman?
By Richard Land

Why Christian Conservatives Like Lieberman, But Won't Vote for Him
They may admire Lieberman's private life, but not his voting record--especially on abortion
By Rod Dreher

Onward, Christian Produce
VeggieTales overcomes the challenges of crisper drawer Christianity
By Carla Barnhill

Thoroughly Modern Missions
Across the world, Christianity increasingly is adapting to local cultures. Missions cannot ignore the change
By Matt Donnelly

The Eyes of Tammy Faye
An interview with the repentant and unreconstructed Tammy Faye
By Richard Baimbridge