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Died: Harry Blamires, the C. S. Lewis Protégé Who Rediscovered ‘The Christian Mind’
Influential theologian and author lived to be 101, and to see his popular book remain in print.
Blamires is remembered both for his writing on the church and his of CS Lewis, author of many books of theology & literary 100th birthday and said his secret to long life was “bananas
Gleanings: January/February 2018Subscriber Access Only
Gleanings: January/February 2018. and Center for Religious Freedom director Nina Shea—welcomed the news, as did Pro-life groups argue the notices violate the First Amendment by
Not-So-White Evangelicalism: How Conservative Denominations Actually Fare Better on Diversity
Study examines multiethnic friendships and worship among American churchgoers.
African Americans committed to Protestant theology formed their own denominations. Richard Allen founded the African Methodist Episcopal Church after leadership at his Methodist
CT’s Top 20 News Stories of 2017
Muslims moved by Coptic Christians’ forgiveness, Tim Keller steps down as Redeemer senior pastor, Family Christian closes its 240 stores, and more.
Here are the top religion news stories CT covered this past CRI's Hank Hanegraaff joined the Greek Orthodox Church on Palm Tim Keller School rescinds a major theology prize amid
Pew: Fewer Christians Wish for a ‘Merry Christmas’ This Year
Surveys suggest concerns over any ‘war on Christmas’ would be better focused on religious literacy.
23%). Predictably, those who attend church weekly would rather hear “Merry Christmas.” But even they are more ambivalent than they used to be. The
The Stories We Hope You Didn't Miss
The female pastors bringing hope to Middle East churches, talking about race with your kids, and how immigrants are reshaping American missions.
Need Our Forgiveness and Support Some pro-life advocates view Smart, Educated Women Still Called to the Church Nursery? For women like me, children's ministry can seem like low
Gleanings: October 2017Subscriber Access Only
Important developments in the church and the world (as they appeared in our October issue).
the pastoral role in a church is fulfilled.” But Hunter isn't finished with ministry. helping to address homelessness, and forming networks to “distribut[e] the church into everyday life.”.
CT's 2017 Cover Stories, Ranked
Here are the Top 10 features that readers read most.
Option's Vision for a Christian Village How to conserve and strengthen the American church. No Child Left Behind Comes to Awana The children's ministry rethinks the competition at its
The Top Testimonies of 2017
Here are the Christian conversion stories that CT readers shared most.
A Punk Rock Rebel Returns to Church I was parked between “spiritual but not religious How God Rescued Me from the 'Mormon Charles Manson' My earthly father wrecked my life.
What Trump’s Evangelical Advisers Took Out of Egypt
Egyptian Protestants appreciate listening tour by US counterparts.
Egyptian Protestants appreciate listening tour by US counterparts.
Ravi Zacharias Responds to Sexting Allegations, Credentials Critique
Exclusive: Popular apologist explains extortion lawsuit, while RZIM defends his resume.
Exclusive: Popular apologist explains extortion lawsuit, while RZIM defends his resume.
Gleanings: November 2017Subscriber Access Only
Gleanings: November 2017. CT Staff| October 20, 2017. Meanwhile, Lee's former church voted to change its name from RE Lee Memorial Episcopal Church to Grace Episcopal Church.
1 in 3 Protestant Churchgoers Personally Affected by Suicide
Survey also finds one-third of victims were attending church before their death, but few pastors knew of their struggle.
Survey also finds one-third of victims were attending church before their death, but few pastors knew of their struggle.
Your Tithe Doesn’t Have to Go to Your Church, Most Leaders Say
But for many Christians, it may be a moot point.
But for many Christians, it may be a moot point.
Who Evangelicals Lost in 2017
Remembering Nabeel Qureshi, R. C. Sproul, Peter Berger, Haddon Robinson, and others.
Gleanings. Died: Michael Cromartie, the Church's Ambassador to Washington The late DC leader is remembered for his integrity, friendship, and bridge-building between Christians and
Gleanings: June 2017Subscriber Access Only
Important developments in the church and the world (as they appeared in our June issue).
Gleanings: June 2017. are recalling their workers, and the nation's foreign ministry has counseled senior pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian—the multisite Manhattan church he founded
Greg Laurie, Calvary Chapel’s Big Crusader, Joins Southern Baptist Convention
Amid shared hopes for revival, Harvest Christian Fellowship goes denominational.
“I've invested my life in the While congregations in the SBC remain independent—with local pastors free to govern their church's affiliations and approaches to ministry—the dual
The Rise of the Nons: Protestants Keep Ditching Denominations
Nondenominational identity has doubled in the US since 2000, Gallup finds.
hierarchy and structure, suggested Roger Olson, theology professor at 29 have attracted attention for their church-planting, younger and others cooperate and shaping ministry in many
Gleanings: May 2017Subscriber Access Only
Important developments in the church and the world (as they appeared in our May issue).
Gleanings: May 2017. Spokesman Randy Page told The Greenville News the move allows BJU donors to write off their gifts and makes BJU a Ex-Muslim can't sue church over baptism.
Gleanings: April 2017Subscriber Access Only
Important developments in the church and the world (as they appeared in our April issue).
Gleanings: April 2017. Important developments in the church and the world (as they appeared in our April issue). CT Staff| March 17, 2017. Sudan: Czech missionary gets life sentence
The Rise of Reformed Charismatics
The Rise of Reformed Charismatics
A 21st-century global movement sets the Word on fire with gospel preaching and powerful spiritual gifts.
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