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Farewell, Jesus Junk? Christian Retail Finds a Deeper Purpose
With the closing of Family Christian, stores focus on curation and community involvement.
Why Your Bible Was Made in ChinaSubscriber Access Only
Does it matter that the Good Book is printed where many Christians lack one?
NRB Forces Out WaterBrook Multnomah Publishers Over Sister Imprint's 'Gay Christian' BookSubscriber Access Only
Member employees can't work on 'unbiblical material, regardless of the label.'
Bestseller Best PracticesSubscriber Access Only
The NavPress–Tyndale alliance could signal a new publishing normal.
Rookie Christian Writers Get a Helping Hand from Seasoned VetsSubscriber Access Only
New opportunities from journalist David Aikman and novelist Jerry Jenkins aim to help aspiring authors who lack a platform.
Discipling the Dragon: Christian Publishing Finds Success in ChinaSubscriber Access Only
Despite stringent controls, 1,300 Christian books are now available—legally—inside the communist country.
Wycliffe, SIL Issue Guidelines on Translating 'Son of God' Among MuslimsSubscriber Access Only
The term 'Son of God' should be retained, but not at the expense of comprehension, translating groups say.
Gender Debate: SBC Pastors Denounce NIVSubscriber Access Only
Southern Baptist delegates passed a resolution criticizing the 2011 update and asked LifeWay stores not to sell the Bible translation.
Profiting from the PastSubscriber Access Only
Will Christian history books ever sell?
Pope Benedict XVI Points Fingers on Who Killed JesusSubscriber Access Only
Jews bear no collective guilt for crucifixion, he says.
Heaven, Hell, and Rob Bell: Putting the Pastor in ContextSubscriber Access Only
He's not the first to try to resolve old biblical tensions in new ways.
The Discerning Seller: LifeWay to Drop Warning LabelsSubscriber Access Only
The "Read with Discernment" program listed popular authors as "strictly for critical study or research."
The Leavers: Young Doubters Exit the ChurchSubscriber Access Only
More than in previous generations, 20- and 30- somethings are abandoning the faith. Why?
The Abolitionists' ScandalSubscriber Access Only
William Wilberforce and the Clapham Sect founded Sierra Leone, then tolerated a form of slavery there, a new book reveals.
Border CrossingSubscriber Access Only
Why Philip Yancey's newest book is debuting in Brazil.
Is the Encyclopedia of Christian Civilization 'Too Christian'?Subscriber Access Only
Publisher withdraws Christian reference work as editor alleges censorship.
Deconstructing the QuiverSubscriber Access Only
A review of Quiverfull: Inside the Christian Patriarchy Movement.
The Men Behind the MythsSubscriber Access Only
Short profiles of Olaf Stapledon, Erich von Däniken, Ray Kurzweil, Freeman Dyson, and Lee M. Silver.
Managing Your MoneySubscriber Access Only
My top 5 books on personal finance.
Dostoyevsky, American Evangelical-StyleSubscriber Access Only
Rob Stennett's The Almost True Story of Ryan Fisher doesn't need to ask, 'Could this happen?'
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Top Story May 30, 2017
Do This in Remembrance
Do This in Remembrance
Participating in the “high holy day” of American civil religion is beneficial for Christians, so long as we do so thoughtfully.
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