Here are most-read opinion and news headlines from 2016, as reported by Google Analytics.
In a May 15 article and follow-up, Mark Wingfield shared his perspective as a straight male trying to understand transgender issues as something deeper than a political debate over “bathroom bills.”
After James Dobson described the presidential candidate as a “baby Christian,” Miguel de la Torre welcomed his new brother in Christ with a sober reminder from Scripture that faith without works is dead.
North Carolina native Greg Jarrell lamented the loss of his home state’s reputation as a place where the weak can grow strong.
Amy Butler reminds that it’s easier to support religious liberty in the abstract than when the one facing exclusion is you.
Kyndall Rae Rothaus says Baylor University’s problems with sexism didn’t begin with violations of Title IX.
Russ Dean to Franklin Graham: Clergy claiming to speak for Christians need to err on the side of grace.
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