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    Level Ground at the Cross

    Billy Graham drew people together his whole life. In a segregated South, he wrestled with what that should mean. Among Billy Graham's greatest contributions to evangelicalism was the way he defused prejudice to bring people together. Perhaps more than any other high-profile American figure in the 20th century, Graham challenged Christians to...

  • Church Post
    Level Ground at the Cross

    Billy Graham drew people together his whole life. In a segregated South, he wrestled with what that should mean. Among Billy Graham's greatest contributions to evangelicalism was the way he defused prejudice to bring people together. Perhaps more than any other high-profile American figure in the 20th century, Graham challenged Christians to...

  • Church Post
    Level Ground at the Cross

    Billy Graham drew people together his whole life. In a segregated South, he wrestled with what that should mean. Among Billy Graham's greatest contributions to evangelicalism was the way he defused prejudice to bring people together. Perhaps more than any other high-profile American figure in the 20th century, Graham challenged Christians to...

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    China Bans Bibles from Online Sellers Like Amazon

    As atheist government pledges to promote “Chinese-style Christianity and theology,” changes at JD.com, Taobao, and Dang Dang may revive debate over Bible access. Last week, Chinese social media users began noticing that they couldn’t find Bibles listed on some of their nation’s most popular e-commerce platforms. Shoppers who searched the word Bible...

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    50 Years After MLK, Sunday Segregation Isn’t Theological

    According to sociology’s top survey, black and white evangelicals have more in common than politics conveys. One of Martin Luther King Jr.’s most enduring statements regarding the church was his observation that “the most segregated hour of the week” was 11 a.m. on Sunday. King’s commentary on how the modern church had...

  • Church Post
    50 Years After MLK, Sunday Segregation Isn’t Theological

    According to sociology’s top survey, black and white evangelicals have more in common than politics conveys. One of Martin Luther King Jr.’s most enduring statements regarding the church was his observation that “the most segregated hour of the week” was 11 a.m. on Sunday. King’s commentary on how the modern church had...

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    Interview: Visit Those in Prison. Just Remember Jesus May Have Gotten There First.

    Very often, people behind bars already have a relationship with God. Two centuries ago, philanthropist Elizabeth Fry visited an English prison and left horrified by the filthy conditions. Driven by her Christian faith, Fry spent her life building relationships with the incarcerated and advocating improvements to their physical environment. Dominique Gilliard, the...

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    How Billy Graham Killed Communism with Kindness

    Graham preached behind the Iron Curtain, driving his critics crazy. The Billy Graham of the 1950s reflected the political mood of the United States of that era. His visceral anticommunism expressed itself during the Greater Los Angeles crusade of 1949 in his assessment of the looming Soviet threat. “Sleek Russian bombers,” he...

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    On Easter, Megachurch Backs Pastor Indicted for $3.5 Million Fraud

    Kirbyjon Caldwell has used business as an extension of his Houston ministry for decades. Now, a Chinese bonds deal has gotten him in trouble with the SEC. Thousands of worshipers at a Methodist megachurch in Houston didn’t expect to hear from their pastor’s lawyer on Easter morning. The special guest dropped in...