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Bob Dylan: Is He or Isn’t He?

By Stan Guthrie During his prolific career, Bob Dylan has been called one of the most influential American musicians of the 20th century, the voice of a generation. Scott Marshall’s new book, Bob Dylan: A Spiritual Life, tackles the perennial … Continue reading

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People

And they sang a new song, saying, “Worthy are you to take the scroll and to open its seals, for you were slain, and by your blood you ransomed people for God from every tribe and language and people and … Continue reading

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BreakPoint: Joni Eareckson Tada

By John Stonestreet and Stan Guthrie Fifty years ago, Joni Eareckson Tada’s life changed forever. And since then, God has used her transform the lives of countless others.

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On the Radio: The African Famine

John Blok of Moody Radio Florida interviews me about the recent BreakPoint commentary, “The African Famine.”

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Five Stars: God’s Story in 66 Verses

I’ve just discovered two more five-star reviews. We’re basically going through the book a chapter a week around the dinner table to supplement what our sons are learning at church. Last night was the Book of Daniel.

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The Dawkins Delusion

By Stan Guthrie When the Englishman’s main target appeared to be Christianity, all seemed well. Dawkins accepted the book royalties, media appearances, and accompanying notoriety as his due. His, after all, was the party of science, of rational thought, of … Continue reading

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On the Radio: The Good News about Sharing the Good News

Here’s my interview with Moody Radio Florida’s John Blok about “The Good News about Sharing the Good News.”

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BreakPoint: Good News about Sharing the Good News

By Eric Metaxas and Stan Guthrie That sense of longing for God is good news indeed for Christians, who are called to point people to its Source. Jerry Root, who is Assistant Professor of Evangelism and Associate Director of the … Continue reading

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BreakPoint: The African Famine

… in which Missions in the Third Millennium is a suggested resource.
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BreakPoint: “Hopecasting” in the Midst of Crisis

By Eric Metaxas and Stan Guthrie The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention calculates that an average of 78 people die of an opiate overdose every day in the United States. Annually, opiate overdoses kill more than 28,000 people, … Continue reading

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