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A Christmas tree comprised of vials, bottles, and medicine sits against a green background.

What does Christmas have to do with bioethics?

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How to know God personally and “First15”: A conversation with Craig Denison

A nativity scene features three figurines representing Joseph and Mary slightly bowed over a manger. © By Beto G/stock.adobe.com

Three wise ways to see Christmas

Does God care what job I have?

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“Where the Light Fell”: A conversation with Philip Yancey

Pills are spilled from five bottles of medicine, with the pills from the central bottle forming a question mark. © By AntonioDiaz/stock.adobe.com

Medicine in a fallen world: Is it ethical for Christians to take medication?

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Are churches safe? How to run church security: A conversation with John Mark Caton and Paul Cobb

A woman sits next to a window overlooking a winter landscape, her hand covering her eyes in a depressed state.

Are you SAD? How to fight against the winter blues

Replicas of the Piltdown Man, which was termed an unscrupulous hoax by British scientists, are on display at the American Museum of Natural History in New York, Nov. 21, 1953. British scientists said the relics, dug from an English gravel pit in 1911-1913, include what they said was an ape's jawbone and a canine tooth. The cranium, they said, is a genuine fossil, about 50,000 years old. (AP Photo/Tom Fitzsimmons)

On this day in Christian history, the “missing link” Piltdown Man was revealed to be a hoax

Close up on hands shaping clay vase

What does the Bible say about work?

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Can America be moral without God?

Three wooden signs with arrows read "Love your enemies" on a deserted road.

The reward is worth the risk: What to expect when facing persecution

A book sits open on a table with a cup of coffee nearby.

On this day in Christian history, the death of Oswald Chambers gave life to “My Utmost for His Highest”

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The Songs Tell the Story: An Advent devotional: A conversation with Janet Denison

Bible, transposed: "How to use your spiritual gifts"

How to use your spiritual gifts

A Gideon's Bible sits in an open drawer inside of a hotel room.

On this day in Christian history, the Gideons placed their first Bibles

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We’re in between eras. How to have a non-anxious presence: A conversation with Mark Sayers

A statute of Martin Luther holding a Bible in one hand and pointing to its cover with his other hand outside of a Copenhagen church.

On this day in Christian history, Martin Luther posted his 95 Theses: Why indulgences were so significant

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Truth over tribe: A conversation with Patrick Miller

A shining white cross appears in a reddened sky.

On this day in Christian history, Constantine saw a vision from God: “Conquer by this”

A member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints sits with an open Bible in his hands.

No joke! Mormons and Jehovah’s Witnesses are back—and coming to your door

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Can you trust American institutions? A conversation with Curtis Chang

Several people voting at the polls, American flag in the background

How fair are the US elections?

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How God sees America in 2022

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