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Political Partisanship and Evangelism
Have we forgotten the lesson Billy Graham learned so painfully decades ago–to guard against political partisanship and against identifying with a particular political ideology?
by Paul Louis Metzger
Uncommon God, Common Good
Loneliness is a Companion of Poverty for So Many Children in Asia
Loneliness is a companion of poverty. The despair in which many poor find themselves in is not the lack of resources as much as it is the loneliness of feeling unwanted and unloved.
by GFA Staff Writer
What Motivates Us.
Accredited by Whom? And How? Some Thoughts about "Accreditation"...
I believe a day is coming when conservative Christian institutions of higher education will find it impossible to be accredited by some of these professional agencies.
Roger E. Olson
Why Incarnation is Not a Model for Biblical Inspiration
Many theologians describe the dual divine-human authorship of the Bible through the analogy of incarnation. It doesn't work.
by Mike Bird
Meditation Upon A Fish
Knowledge does not produce desire. Knowing something is true does not do very much to change the inclination of the will.
by Anne Kennedy
Do You Have Enough Faith to Let God Do it His Way?
Abraham didn’t walk by faith to obtain the promised son until it became clear that walking by sight with his own plans guiding him just wouldn’t accomplish the purposes of God. God had promised...
by Dr. KP Yohannan
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Just and Sinner
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