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Free at last

The 30th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre finds many leaders of the protest now laboring for Christ

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Not forgotten

As aging Americans increasingly grapple with dementia, churches have a growing opportunity to minister to exhausted caregivers and to comfort the forgetful

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Trading social credit

Pro-lifers reset the U.S. abortion debate, while Chinese Communists and the College Board punish disfavored citizens and students


Debating disaster

Touristy Lisbon sits on the ruins left by the earthquake that killed up to 40,000 residents and cost Portugal in 1755 half of its gross national product. But the biggest change was religious