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Is evangelical morality still acceptable in America?

By Alan Noble Is evangelical Christian morality still viable in American public life? This is the question lurking in recent debates over religious-liberty issues, from the Supreme Court’s…

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World Vision, recovering from gay policy shift, tries to shore up its evangelical base

By Sarah Pulliam Bailey (RNS) World Vision tested evangelical boundaries three months ago when it announced it would allow its employees to be in same-sex marriages. The policy…

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Spanish Christian Church, destroyed in Harlem blast, was ‘a little church that had an amazing impact’

By Ryan Sit and Rich Schapiro Heaven help this church. The pastor of the destroyed Spanish Christian Church, which lost at least five parishioners in the Harlem blast,…

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NYC explosion leaves one-third of Spanish Christian Church homeless

By Jeremy Weber One of two buildings destroyed by an explosion today northeast of Manhattan’s Central Park not only housed a longstanding Hispanic evangelical church—it also reportedly housed…

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Should I stay or should I go now? Why we should choose church anyway

By Ed Stetzer Donald Miller, perhaps best known for writing the book Blue Like Jazz, has stirred up the Evangelical internet this week with a blog post detailing…

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Does the Bible prohibit providing services for same-sex weddings? Theologians weigh in

Editor’s note: The Presbyterian Lay Committee (PLC), the publisher of The Layman and The Layman Online, does not support same-sex marriage. Instead, the PLC board affirms natural monogamous…

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Four powerful ways to solve the crisis in orphan care

By Timothy C. Morgan Journalist Kathryn Joyce caused a stir this year with her book The Child Catchers, a sweeping indictment of the evangelical overseas adoption movement. Joyce…

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Twenty-something Matthew Vines seeks to change evangelicals through ‘Reformation Project’

Editor’s note: The Presbyterian Lay Committee (PLC), the publisher of The Layman and The Layman Online, does not support same-sex marriage. Instead, the PLC “believes with Scripture that…

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A note of caution on Christian adoptions

By Sarah Pulliam Bailey The Bible is full of admonishments to take special care of “the fatherless,” and in recent years, evangelical Christians in particular have taken this…

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Christian Apologist Josh McDowell: 3 cultural changes that create the ‘Perfect Storm’ against the church

By Jessica Martinez CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Josh McDowell, an apologist and evangelist, spoke at Southern Evangelical Seminary’s Christian Apologetics conference on three culture changes that create a “perfect storm”…

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