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The Book of Common Prayer Is Still a Big Deal
Alan Jacobs explains why the nearly 500-year-old Anglican prayer book retains its influence, and why it should appeal even to (non-Anglican) evangelicals.
Faith for the Post-Christian Heart: A Conversation with Francis Spufford
For the UK writer, Christianity must first make sense in the realm of lived experience.
Subscriber Access OnlyArguing Against the 'Argument Culture'
Tim Muehlhoff discusses the art of civil, Christlike conversation.
Subscriber Access OnlyAll Women Have Leadership Potential
How the church could do a better job preparing them for positions of power.
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Roe v. Wade's Days Are Numbered
Private papers of Roe v. Wade justices reveal troubling procedural issues that one expert predicts will undermine the infamous ruling.
Subscriber Access OnlyThe Foreign Policy Mission of American Evangelicals
Mark Amstutz looks at their longstanding involvement with issues like global poverty, sex trafficking, and religious persecution.
Ann Voskamp's Simple, Upside-Down Christmas
The author of the year’s most popular Advent devotional shares her family traditions.
Subscriber Access OnlyThe Scary Truth About Christian Giving
We need to be more ruthless about ridding ourselves of surplus wealth.
'I'm a Feminist Because I Love Jesus So Much'
Popular blogger Sarah Bessey says the arc of Scripture reveals a liberating vision for women.
Q+A: Why Rowan Williams Loves C.S. Lewis
The former Archbishop of Canterbury says his evangelical friends were fans in the 1960s. Now he's one too.
The Second Calling of a Christian Burnout
Amidst a turbulent season of life, Carolyn Weber learned to see the sheer joy of every moment with God.
Subscriber Access OnlyWhat Christians Need to Know about Alternative Medicine
Common practices like yoga and acupuncture have roots in other religions. Are we ignoring that?
Q&A: Billy Graham's Warning Against an Epidemic of 'Easy Believism'
The evangelist speaks to CT on obedience, Heaven and Hell, and his My Hope campaign.
Subscriber Access OnlyHot and Holy
Why the ultimate purpose of sex is bringing Glory to God.
Kevin DeYoung Has a Busyness Problem, and He Needs Help
That’s why the popular pastor wrote a book about staying God-centered amid the whirl of life’s demands.
'I'm Afraid She'll Be Killed Very Soon if Nothing Happens'
A conversation with the French journalist who has followed Asia Bibi’s plight in Pakistan.
Religion Runs in the Family
Vern Bengtson’s research shows the surprising resiliency of faith as it passes from parents to children.
Os Guinness: Liberals and Conservatives Are Getting Religious Freedom Wrong
The social critic says a foundational human right really is under threat at home and abroad.
Subscriber Access OnlyN.T. Wright Wants to Save the Best Worship Songs
The scholar urges the church to stop neglecting Jesus' prayer book.
Coptic Christianity Meets the Modern World
How does an ancient, persecuted faith keep pace with political and cultural change?
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Heaven Is For Real
Heaven Is For Real
A toddler’s report that he has visited heaven is met with skepticism from everyone but his father.
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