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Cosmo-Christians

Last year during the presidential campaign, an interesting trend was observed. The Christian segment of the population once believed to

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Slave Labor & Bible Covers

This story comes from Change.org:In 2007, a case of crucifixes purchased by St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York was traced back to

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Luasanne: Cape Town 2010

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The New Shape of World Christianity

A few weeks ago I got connected with the leadership team of the Luasanne Movement. The group dates back to

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Cape Town 2010 Reflections

While in Cape Town last month for the Lausanne Congress, I met with a number of friends who each participated

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Weep and then Repair

There are some, perhaps many, who view evangelical Christians as the religious equivalent of ambulance chasing lawyers. They feed on

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Introducing Orphan List

My college roommate, Dave Schreier, teaches middle school in Ohio, and during the summer he operates a wedding photography business.

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Origins Project Needs a Name

Some of you might be aware that I am part of an upstart network of church leaders. The team currently

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The Wrong Boogeymen

Two weeks ago the American Religious Identification Survey [ARIS] released its findings and announced that “secular” Americans now account for

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