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Loving your neighbor and your gender

By Emily Belz
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Sexuality | A former pastor talks about his struggle with same-sex attraction and how the cross and the church make a difference

Overseas orphans

By Jill Nelson
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Adoption | Parents of good will often face hurdles as they complete ethical international adoptions

Blowing their tops

By Emily Belz
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Environment | As West Virginia’s coal industry declines and jobs evaporate, is detonating mountaintops good stewardship?

‘Joy like a bird’

By June Cheng
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China | An earthquake victim in China lost her legs but found Christ, a loyal husband, and the ability to inspire a nation as a dancer

Fallen and forsaken

By Mindy Belz
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ISIS | Assyrian Christians brutally executed by ISIS are largely ignored by U.S. and other Western officials

Flock defense

By Daniel James Devine
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Religion | While politicians debate gun control, some churches and ministries are dealing with mass shootings their own way: with armed security

Going to pot?

By Warren Cole Smith
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Law | As both the social costs of and tax revenue from legal marijuana explode, it becomes increasingly difficult to reverse direction

Bar the doors?

Bar the doors?

By Daniel James Devine
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Churches | The U.S. Supreme Court’s gay marriage decision may increase the likelihood churches will face LGBT lawsuits. Here’s how some are protecting themselves

Sounding the alarm

By J.C. Derrick
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Government | The only economist in Congress, newcomer Dave Brat never tires of warning about the government’s reckless fiscal habits

Season preview

By Emily Belz
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Supreme Court | The Supreme Court justices return to the field with a serious lineup of cases

Life after death

Life after death

By Daniel James Devine
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Vaccinations | Where vaccines saving millions of lives are derived from the tissue of aborted children, is it ethical to use them?

Recycling a tragedy

Recycling a tragedy

By Sophia Lee
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Health | HIV isn’t getting the attention it had 30 years ago, but it hasn’t gone away. An alarming growth in the rate of infections, meanwhile, is underway

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