Whether you voted for Mitt Romney or Barack Obama, whether you're recovering from your all-night celebration or drying the tears from your pillow, today's a good day, as Chuck Colson reminded us, to heed these words of the Apostle Paul: "I urge, then..
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Eric Metaxas / Christian Post Contributor
Tomorrow Americans will go to the polls and vote for the next president of the United States. On what basis should we make our decision? Should a candidate's religious faith—or lack of faith—have an impact on whom we vote for?
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The new movie "Unconditional" is a powerful tale of loss and renewal. It shows the sobering effects of crime on both victims and criminals, but it also shows how their lives can be transformed, even when everything seems hopeless. And it clearly demo..
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What can we do about the direction our country is headed in? I'll tell you something we can do, and must do. I have been fasting and praying in the run-up to the election. Have you?
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Will a new sexually transmitted superbug convince folks to change their risky behavior? In the name of public health they won't hesitate to ask for radical changes in behavior to combat obesity or hypertension. But when it comes to sexual behavior, t..
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By now, you've certainly heard about the fourth-century papyrus fragment in which Jesus purportedly refers to "my wife." Like the so-called "Gospel of Judas," there is very little here, and what's here is the stuff of Dan Brown novels. Scholars hate ..
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The disciplinary board at Harvard recently announced that it was investigating allegations of cheating that were described as "unprecedented in anyone's living memory." If the students are found guilty of cheating, they could be suspended for one yea..
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The "under God" part of the Pledge fo Allegiance has come under attack lately, so it's more important than ever that your child understand why it's there and what it means.
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People say they want to live in a compassionate, inclusive society. Then what about compassion for the unborn? The unborn here are the great exception to the pattern of expanding the circle of those deemed worthy of inclusion and protection in Americ..
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Israeli archaeologists recently discovered a coin, dating from the 11th century before Christ. It depicted "a man with long hair fighting a large animal with a feline tail." They see the coin as proof that stories about a Samson-like man existed inde..
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The liberationists have declared the sexual revolution an unmitigated success. But they're not telling the full story of the sexual revolution. Many intellectuals don't want to see that the fallout from that revolution has broken up families, ruined ..
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The debate over whether America is a "Christian nation" has been raging for decades. On the one hand you have those who claim the founders were deists. On the other hand, some Christians paint most or all of the American founding fathers as evangelic..
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There are always two (or more) sides to a story. And that's the case with Lifeway bookstores and the "Blind Side." A friend of mine has shown me there's a bigger issue surrounding the story, and in fairness, I think it's important that you hear about..
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In a better world, buying pens and eating lunch would be a politics-free experience. All that would matter is whether we're getting value for our money. Unfortunately, we're stuck with the one we have.
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Since 2000, the Episcopal Church has lost 23 percent of its members. At this rate, there will be no Episcopalians in 26 years.
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The best arguments against secular atheism and for Christianity are not made in the ivory tower; they're made at street level in every day life. Larry Taunton calls it the "grace effect."
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I'll bet you when most people think about the Christian view of sex, a whole host of "thou shalt nots" pops into their minds. And that's a shame.
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The busyness being complained about is "almost always...self-imposed: work and obligations they've taken on voluntarily, classes and activities they've 'encouraged' their kids to participate in."
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The pro-choice worldview's logical conclusion is there for all to see: In order to maintain the supreme good of a woman's choice, pro-choicers must always and everywhere deny the humanity of the unborn child. Even when their own eyes tell them otherw..
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Evangelical Christians are in danger of tragically misapplying the gospel. It's a mistake we've seen before.
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