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The Musician Is a Master
To understand why Phil Keaggy is receiving ASCAP's Golden Note Award, you really need just one album.
Subscriber Access Only Hip-Hop Theologians and Preachers
The artists most shaping the movement.
The Laughing Stalk
David Eugene Edwards' gothic folk gets away with singing about Jesus by preaching without proselytizing.
Thrift Shop Theology
Poppin' tags with an unlikely spiritual teacher.
"How Great Thou Art" & the 100-Year-Old Bass
The story of George Beverly Shea's signature tune.
The Moses of Soul
64-year-old soul sensation Charles Bradley talks about his journey through the wilderness.
A Defense of the N-Word in Christian Hip Hop
Considering controversial language in Sho Baraka's latest album.
David Crowder: Why Old Gospel Music Works in a Club
The chart-topping worship leader has re-located to Atlanta, and is currently touring small rock venues across the U. S. with a "kitschy" Americana collective that has two albums in the works.
Audrey Assad Shifts Gears
With no record contracts to fulfill, she wants to get everyone singing.
Desire Like Dynamite
Sandra McCracken's new album explores deeper dimensions of sound, and grace.
On the Road Home with Mumford & Sons
After winning Album of the Year, the band returns to Barclays Center.
The Odd Couple—and Their Unexpectedly Beautiful Music
Aaron Neville and Keith Richards are just the latest unlikely, genre-bending collaborators.
We Will, We Will Mock You
There's a fine line between irony and ire, and alas, Father John Misty crossed it.
UPDATED 1/4: Passion 2013: Live from Atlanta
60,000 university-aged students from around the globe are gathered at the Georgia Dome this week to "make Jesus famous" and "end modern-day slavery."
The 2012 CT Music Awards
Christianity Today picks the top 12 albums of the year.
Sufjan Stevens's Conflicted Christmas
100 songs in, Stevens understands the joys, pains, and ironies of Christmas like no other artist.
Notable Sacred Music for 2012
From ye olde classics to African-American spirituals to more modern fare, a versatile mix.
How Josh Wilson Became a 'Loopy' Guitarist
He plays up to 24 instruments in the studio and on stage, and now on a Christmas album.
The Best New Christmas Music of 2012
From Arkansas folk to Celtic harmonies, 'tis the season for the "seasonal" genre.
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The Softer Face of Calvinism
The Softer Face of Calvinism
Reformed theology is more irenic and diverse than you think, says theologian Oliver Crisp.
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