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Challenging the Narrative: How Race Complicates the Latest LifeWay Debate
Black Southern Baptists weigh in on the issues around removing Sho Baraka’s album.
After Turning Theological, Christian Hip-Hop Turns CriticalSubscriber Access Only
What Shai Linne's takedown of Joyce Meyers suggests about Reformed rap.
Audio Adrenaline to the MaxSubscriber Access Only
Er, actually, it's Kevin Max to a newly re-formed Audio A. Rock on.
Religious mystique enduresSubscriber Access Only
Bob Dylan "still points us toward that vague Other," says author.
Reformed Rap and Hip-HopSubscriber Access Only
Christian genre pioneers are taking their cues from Calvinist leaders.
Importing PeaceSubscriber Access Only
New Christian festival aspires to be like Greenbelt, reaching gays and other groups.
Away With 'Away in the Manger'?Subscriber Access Only
Should churches ban carols with questionable theology?
Christian Radio: It's a Man's WorldSubscriber Access Only
Forty-eight of the top 50 Christian songs in the last decade were by males, a figure primarily determined by women who listen to Christian radio. Why don't they want to hear their female peers on the air?
Radio, Retail React to KnappSubscriber Access Only
Response has been mixed in the wake of singer's revelation that she's gay.
Jennifer Knapp the Person and Jennifer Knapp the DebateSubscriber Access Only
Reaction to the singer's coming out from Denny Burk, Matthew Lee Anderson, Joe Carter, and Francis Beckwith
Sprinkle Playing FairSubscriber Access Only
Band's new album to follow in footsteps of solo and production career. Plus: Mambazo returns to America; Katy Perry getting married; and more.
U2 Tops 2009 TourSubscriber Access Only
Irish rockers could top 2010 too, as new shows are already selling out. Plus: Brickman on PBS; Carman gets personal; Family Force 5's 2010 preview; and more.
Big Tour for Casting CrownsSubscriber Access Only
Lead singer also adapting book for youth audiences. Plus: Matthew West earns top tune of 2009; Mercy Me's decade milestone; Hanson album by album and more.
Who Owns Your Christmas Carols?Subscriber Access Only
No, Kim Hill didn't write 'O Holy Night.' But she holds a copyright for it.
TobyMac Is BackSubscriber Access Only
Artist readies fourth solo CD. Plus: Flyleaf No. 1 at Yahoo; Dylan's royalties distributed to charities; Furler switches from singer to painter; and more.
3 Grammy Noms for 3D; BeBe ClearedSubscriber Access Only
Band earns three nominations. Plus: BeBe Winans cleared of assault charges against ex-wife; Family Force 5 member falls ill; Switchfoot on TV twice; and more.
Casting Crowns Sets Sales RecordSubscriber Access Only
Band sells almost 170,000 for highest street week stats in Christian music history. Plus: Patty Griffin's gospel debut; Pillar frontman pens book; and more.
GMA Still Alive and KickingSubscriber Access Only
Bailout enough to keep organization operating annual events. Plus: Skillet goes gold; Keaggy for the holidays; Daughtry gives back; and more.
Da' T.R.U.T.H. Steps DownSubscriber Access Only
Confesses "moral indiscretion," takes sabbatical. Plus: Bluetree takes a stand again sexual exploitation; Lennox scores peace prize; new MxPx EP; and more.
A Different Kind of NeighborSubscriber Access Only
Derek Webb and Sandra McCracken embrace the streets of inner-city Nashville.
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Top Story May 25, 2017
Six Ways Men Can Support Women’s Discipleship
Six Ways Men Can Support Women’s Discipleship
Male clergy and laity who want to enable women’s ministry often don't know how to get involved or what to do.
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