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What a Murdered Russian Dissident Can Teach Us About Moral Courage

Alexei Navalny was willing to stand alone—knowing he’d never be alone in the bigger story. This piece was adapted from Russell Moore’s newsletter. Subscribe here. Russian president Vladimir Putin murdered another Christian this week. It was just another day in Putin’s supposed project of protecting “the Christian West” from godlessness. After all, they tell me,...

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Park Street Divided: Congregation Asked to End Conflict with a Vote

A clash over leadership at the landmark evangelical church in Boston is testing the strength of democratic governance. A years-long fight over leadership styles and decision-making processes at historic Park Street Church in Boston has boiled over into accusations of abusing spiritual authority and authoritarianism. There are petitions calling for a congregational review of the...

February 21, 2024February 21, 2024by
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Report: Iran Arrested 166 Christians in 2023, Targeting Bible Distributors

Four watchdog groups unite to urge UK parliament to hold Tehran accountable for “faceless victims” of Islamic reeducation and other religious freedom violations. Religious reeducation did not work on Esmaeil Narimanpour. First arrested by the Iranian government in 2021, he and seven other converts to Christianity were cleared by the state prosecutor, who stated that...

February 21, 2024February 21, 2024by
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‘Continue to Remember’ the Suffering in Ukraine

Christians should be known for uplifting the afflicted before a distracted world. By now, two years after the initial conflict, many Americans have largely forgotten about Ukraine. As often happens after a global crisis, we eventually become too distracted, irritated, or entertained by other news and media. Of course, there have been other more recent...

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