The Future of Today's Christianity
As Fuller Seminary's Richard Mouw likes to say, "The church is in really bad shape today. It's almost as bad as it was in the first century." The church that Christ promised to build survived the license of Corinth, the legalism of Galatia, and the lukewarmness of Laodicea. It will survive, and more than survive, in our time, because it is built not by human hands but by Christ himself. He constantly renews and reforms his people. He breathes new life and new forms into being in response to institutional decay. And every day he calls sinners from every nation to himself, transforming them into sons and daughters in a new family.
Christianity Today is for everyone who has been caught up in that story, everyone who wants to know how that story is unfolding in our time. We cannot imagine a more exciting time to be Christians than today, and we can't imagine a better job than leading Christianity Today. We hope you will join us for the adventure ahead.