February (Web-only) 2018

What Made Mental Illness a ‘Sin’? Paganism
What Made Mental Illness a ‘Sin’? Paganism
And how psychiatry and psychology came to be seen as anti-God.
The New View of Heaven Is Too Small
The New View of Heaven Is Too Small
Our recent emphasis on “kingdom work” misses the real hope of the afterlife.
The Hard Truth About Mr. Right
The Hard Truth About Mr. Right
An excerpt from “Party of One: Truth, Longing, and the Subtle Art of Singleness.”
Getting from ‘Hello’ to ‘I Do’ on a Christian College Campus
Getting from ‘Hello’ to ‘I Do’ on a Christian College Campus
Evangelical students are dating with marriage in mind, but the road to the altar is anything but simple.
Christian Unity in Ashes
Christian Unity in Ashes
Ash Wednesday is an opportunity for Christians from many traditions to come together and recognize our need for Jesus.
 ‘Muscular Christianity’ Influenced the Creation of the Modern Olympics
‘Muscular Christianity’ Influenced the Creation of the Modern Olympics
How faith and fitness came together to bring back the ancient Greek competition.
Giving God the Glory: Christian Athletes to Watch in PyeongChang
Giving God the (Olympic) Glory: Christian Athletes to Watch in PyeongChang
These athletes walked with God along the arduous road to the Olympics.
The Deep Satisfaction of Accomplishing Something Together
The Deep Satisfaction of Accomplishing Something Together
A Christian college president defends institutional life—even the meetings!—as a high calling.
What Evangelicals Can Learn from George Lindbeck
What Evangelicals Can Learn from George Lindbeck
Here's why one of the leaders of postliberalism believed conservative Protestants would carry the torch.
Should Churches Handle Sexual Abuse Allegations Internally?
Should Churches Handle Sexual Abuse Allegations Internally?
The Andy Savage case should lead us to question the way many churches are handling the issue.
Why the US Believes Global Religious Freedom Is Good Foreign Policy
Why the US Believes Global Religious Freedom Is Good Foreign Policy
And just how successful America has been on promoting this value overseas.
Why the US Thinks Restricting International Adoptions Will Save Them
Why the US Thinks Restricting International Adoptions Will Save Them
Experts debate State Department strategy to let the little children come less.