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Evangelicals in Syria and Lebanon Ask American Protestants for Help

Christians under extreme duress in the Middle East issue a call for solidarity and action.

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Do White Christians Care Enough About Racial Justice to Make it an American Reality?

Successful movements for women’s ordination and gay ministers have swept through Protestant churches, but the movement toward racial reconciliation is mixed, at best.

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Loving Jesus at the Border

How evangelicals can follow the way of the cross into immigration reform.

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Christians: Is the Debate Over Gay Marriage What We Want to Be Known For?

After Chick-fil-A, Phil Robertson, and World Vision, evangelicals should rethink their response to — and creation of — public squabbles over gay marriage.

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“Noah” Spurs Debate Pitting Art Vs. Bible

Where do evangelicals draw the line between artistic interpretation of the Bible and blatant disrespect?

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Why Evangelicals Won’t See “Noah.” And Why They Should.

Let’s not go all Chick-fil-A this time around. Let’s offer an olive branch to Hollywood instead.

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Science Group, Evangelicals Push New Collaboration

Science and religion already co-exist. But a new organization hopes they get along even better — and for the good of society.

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Pope of the evangelicals

Conservative Protestants have long viewed the head of the Catholic Church with suspicion. Why are they embracing Pope Francis?

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In Thailand, US Evangelicals Work to End Prostitution

As Thailand struggles to curb trafficking, dozens of American groups, many of them evangelical, have entered the country to fight the issue.

Roe v. Wade anniversary: How abortion became an evangelical issue

Prior to Roe v. Wade in 1973, evangelicals were, with a few notable exceptions, confused and uncertain about the question of abortion.