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Struck down, standing fast

By Robert Katz & June Cheng
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China | Chinese churches prove resilient, with or without crosses on their steeples

Many voices not heard

By Mindy Belz
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Foreign Policy | A narrow human rights agenda dominates the Obama era

Power campaigns

Power campaigns

By Jamie Dean
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Campaign 2016 | The GOP is fighting to maintain control of Congress after Election Day. Here are seven races that could shift the Senate

Sins of their fathers & mothers

Sins of their fathers & mothers

By Mary Jackson
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Divorce | The divorce revolution is now affecting a third generation, as children and grandchildren of divorced couples carry scars of the past into relationships

Mascots and manipulators

By Marvin Olasky
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Sexuality | Responding to the transgender debate with truth and love

Human Race

By The Editors
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News | Rescued Government-backed vigilantes in the Sambisa Forest of Nigeria on May 17 discovered Amina Ali Nkeki, one of scores of schoolgirls Islamist militants…

Quotables

By The Editors
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News | ‘It sounds like that somehow the ball was dropped.’ Former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta on President Barack Obama’s failure to foresee the rise of…

Uncertainty principles

By Megan Basham
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Movies | Critics praise doubt, but it is not more noble than faith

Box Office Top 10

By The Editors
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Movies | For the weekend of May 20-22 according to Box Office Mojo

<em>Love & Friendship</em>

Love & Friendship

By Bob Brown
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Movies | Expectations run high whenever Jane Austen comes to the big screen. Although Love & Friendship remains true to Lady Susan (a novella Austen wrote as a teenager…

Almost Holy

By Bob Brown
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Documentary | The Soviet Union’s collapse and transition into emerging sovereign states created a vacuum of power, employment, and basic services. Thousands of children…

Troubling ties

By Mindy Belz & J.C. Derrick
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Nigeria | Under the Clinton State Department, influence from big money donors appeared to thwart efforts to combat Boko Haram—efforts that might have saved thousands…

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