Daniel’s Story: Genesis of the US Government’s AIDS Relief in Africa

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“But it’s Daniel,” shot back the intern. Sure enough, the dying patient was one of their fellow medical students, Daniel Ochieng. [Read more...]

The Idol of Love

Mom and Dad are great parents. It is not Mother’s Day or Father’s Day, but events of the past week have set me to thinking about parents, love, and friendship. One virtue they had: my brother and I knew they would always love us. So long as they had anything, we would have something. They [Read More...]

The Obama Justice Department’s Disastrous Course on Religious Liberties

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Editor’s Note: I’m in Miami at the Faith Angle Forum, where today I’m listening to Tim Keller speak on the future of American evangelicalism.  I look forward to writing all about it soon.  Below is a guest post from my friend Ammon Simon, an attorney focused on constitutional issues with the Judicial Crisis Network. * [Read More...]

Praying for Obama – Whether He Wants Me To Or Not

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Editor’s Note: This is the second post from John Mark Reynolds, Provost of Houston Baptist University and frequent social commentator, who is now a contributing writer to this blog. I will continue to note his posts for a week or two, until people get the idea that it can no longer be assumed that every [Read More...]

Samuel Rodriguez on a Global Evangelical Movement to End Human Trafficking

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Even before the Louie Giglio imbroglio brought evangelical anti-human-trafficking efforts back into the limelight, I asked my friend Erik Campano to conduct a series of interviews on evangelical (as well as non-evangelical and even non-Christian) efforts to bring an end to human trafficking. My wife and I got involved in anti-trafficking and anti-slavery efforts many [Read More...]


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