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The cover article of Time Magazine for April 15th, together with the article entitled “The rise of the evangelicos” detail the most rapidly growing religious group of Spanish speakers: not Catholic, not secular, but latin ‘evangelicals’. The two articles describe the trend of latins turning from ritualistic Catholicism and diving into a deep, intimate and charismatic experience with Jesus. I pass by at least five Spanish-speaking charismatic churches on my way to church, so I can attest to the growing numbers. However, calling them all ‘evangelicals’ and calling this a ‘reformation’ might be a stretch.

Some news is so shocking and grievous that it seems there isn’t anything to say. Yet lots has been said already about the bombings in Boston. Reporters, analysts, politicians, and more have weighed in, sometimes prematurely, sometimes unhelpfully, and sometimes usefully. But what can we say from the Bible? Colin Adams helps us with these seven truths.

Persecution Update: Libya

The following quote is an excerpt from Russell Moore’s excellent book Tempted and Tried: Temptation and the Triumph of Christ (Wheaton, IL: Crossway, 2011). The ugliness of the crucifixion only magnifies the glory of the resurrection.