For centuries, Christians have argued exactly what God did "in the beginning." If this were only a question of science, it would not be so contentious. But theology ...
"It's a girl" used to be cause for celebration. Now, it's a death sentence. War on Women exposes the problem of sex-selective abortion and the steps Christians ...
Millions of readers and movie fans worldwide know Bilbo Baggins. The title character of The Hobbit, and featured in The Lord of the Rings, Bilbo and his world of elves, ...
Dietrich Bonhoeffer was a man who understood suffering. He traded the prominence of an aristocratic upbringing in Berlin for the unpopular roles of theologian and pastor. ...
When we suffer and there is no way out, we don't want glib advice. But we will listen to a fellow sufferer's story.
"Musicians and painters and writers of ...
It is a parent's greatest fear, and it happened to Ben and Ann Witherington in January 2012. Their daughter, Christy—whom by God's grace they brought into ...
In Theology in Aisle Seven Carolyn writes about a full-orbed Christian spirituality. She reflects on everything from the sobering judgment of God to what she calls "the ...
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Looking to the past provides direction for the current fight for justice.
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The latest from Jeff Nichols that is something quite different beneath the scifi surface.
Our mission, to undermine the kingdom of self and establish the kingdom of God, is a covert operation.
The Bible isn’t shy about showing the warts of its heroes. But the church receives praise that's second only to Jesus himself.
I stand on the shoulders of the strong black women who have gone before me.
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