May (Web-only) 2008

The Candidates on FaithSubscriber Access Only
The highest profile candidates in the 2008 Presidential race all profess to be Christians. And while some are more expressive than others, they've all weighed in on the role faith takes in public life. But who says what?
The Trinity: So What?Subscriber Access Only
The Shack allegorizes a tricky but foundational doctrine.
Bigger, Stronger, FasterSubscriber Access Only
Sex and the CitySubscriber Access Only
All Shook UpSubscriber Access Only
Experience in Pentecostal churches fired a love of music many early rockers couldn't shake
A Christ-Haunted American OriginalSubscriber Access Only
Cash had a sometimes constructive, sometimes tortured relation to his faith and his native land.
Johnny Cash's Very American RecordingsSubscriber Access Only
Rodney Clapp's ambitious scope occasionally confines the musical icon to the shadows in an otherwise illuminating tour.
The Making of an EvangelistSubscriber Access Only
CT Movies visited the set of a new film about the life of Billy Graham, focusing on his early years and call to the ministry, which recently finished filming in Nashville.
American Bible Society Seeks RevelationsSubscriber Access Only
Organization distances itself from a consultant with porn ties—and the president who hired him.
Managing a CrisisSubscriber Access Only
Relief needs in China and Myanmar are massive—and will likely continue for years.
Aiding China's Shaken ChurchSubscriber Access Only
Franklin Graham discusses outreach after the Sichuan earthquake.
Can America Still Bar Polygamy?Subscriber Access Only
Much has changed since the late 1800s, and many arguments for keeping the ban aren't very compelling.
The Children of Huang ShiSubscriber Access Only
Steven Curtis Chapman's Daughter Killed in AccidentSubscriber Access Only
5-year-old daughter Maria Sue struck and killed Wednesday by a sport utility vehicle at home.
Denominations Join Episcopalian Diocese in Fight Over Church PropertySubscriber Access Only
Judge says Methodists, Worldwide Church of God, and others can participate in oral arguments.
Changing ChinaSubscriber Access Only
The Chinese church is growing in size and influence.
No Place for ComplacencySubscriber Access Only
David Wells on The Courage to Be Protestant.
Myanmar Aid Crisis Triggers More Deaths, DiseaseSubscriber Access Only
Groups still unable to deliver food, medicine. Death toll may top 128,000.
The Ned TestamentSubscriber Access Only
The Simpsons' neighbor gets his own book, emphasizing the show's largely favorable treatment.
Emergent's New Christians and the Young, Restless Reformed (Conclusion)Subscriber Access Only
Tony Jones and Collin Hansen find connections as they discuss each other's books and movements.
Hollywood HellfighterSubscriber Access Only
Elusive billionaire Philip Anschutz used to bemoan the lack of family-friendly movies. Not anymore.
Becoming CaspianSubscriber Access Only
Ben Barnes is playing the part of a storybook hero he's loved since he was a kid—but now he's got to figure out how to deal with being a teen idol himself.
Catching Up With ...John SchlittSubscriber Access Only
The veteran singer/songwriter talks about life after Petra, which includes selling houses and releasing his third solo album.
A Gentle Plea for CivilitySubscriber Access Only
Why America needs An Evangelical Manifesto.
Evangelicals Lament a Politicized FaithSubscriber Access Only
New document calls for allegiance higher than political party, nationality, or ideology.
The FallSubscriber Access Only
Speed RacerSubscriber Access Only
SurfwiseSubscriber Access Only
UnsettledSubscriber Access Only
Emergent's New Christians and the Young, Restless ReformedSubscriber Access Only
Tony Jones and Collin Hansen find connections as they discuss each other's books and movements.
Jeremiah Wright, Evangelicals' Brother in ChristSubscriber Access Only
Go ahead and disagree with Obama's pastor. But remember: He's family.
The Weight of StorySubscriber Access Only
Director Andrew Adamson, whose latest Narnia movie, Prince Caspian, releases to theaters next week, fully feels the burden to get it just right.
Emergent's New Christians and the Young, Restless Reformed, Part 3Subscriber Access Only
Tony Jones and Collin Hansen find connections as they discuss each other's books and movements.
How Public Is the Gospel?Subscriber Access Only
N. T. Wright's latest book renews debate over evangelism and good works.
Emergent's New Christians and the Young, Restless ReformedSubscriber Access Only
Tony Jones and Collin Hansen find connections as they discuss each other's books and movements.
Made of HonorSubscriber Access Only
Son of RambowSubscriber Access Only
Then She Found MeSubscriber Access Only
Methodists Vote To Retain Policies on HomosexualitySubscriber Access Only
But some international delegates oppose denomination's anti-homophobia push.
Emergent's New Christians and the Young and Restless ReformedSubscriber Access Only
Tony Jones and Collin Hansen find connections as they discuss each other's books and movements.
Iron ManSubscriber Access Only
Behind the Idols (part two)Subscriber Access Only
"Higher Power"Subscriber Access Only
AlbertineSubscriber Access Only
DizmasSubscriber Access Only
Not AfraidSubscriber Access Only
Christianity Today’s 2018 Book Awards
Christianity Today’s 2018 Book Awards
Our picks for the books most likely to shape evangelical life, thought, and culture.