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Overcoming Cynicism, Even After You’ve Seen How the Sausage Is Made
An excerpt from ‘Visions of Vocation: Common Grace for the Common Good.'
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Meeting Darwin's Wager (Part III)
The 2014 Christianity Today Book Awards
Our picks for the books most likely to shape evangelical life, thought, and culture.
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Meeting Darwin's Wager (Part I)
How biochemist Michael Behe uses a mousetrap to challenge evolutionary theory.
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Letters to the Editor: 4/24/00
Readers respond to the best books of the century, Easter, and other ChristianityToday.com topics.
The Case of the Mysterious Missing Books
Why do we fail to include some of this year's best books?
The Dangers of Door-to-Door Evangelism
Why winning people for Christ needs something better than a polished sales pitch.
Can We Ever Trust Our Own Hearts?
An excerpt from CT's 2015 Book of the Year, 'Teach Us to Want: Longing, Ambition and the Life of Faith.'
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Finding the Will to Embrace the Enemy
What it means to follow the crucified Christ in the midst of ethnic and racial conflict.
Subscriber Access Only 2000 Christianity Today Book Awards
CT picks the top ten books of the past year
Subscriber Access Only 2009 Christianity Today Book Awards
Judges whittled 436 submissions down to 10 winners.
Subscriber Access Only 2011 Christianity Today Book Awards
Judges whittled 427 submissions down to 11 winners.
Subscriber Access Only The Winter of Our Discontent
"A cantankerous old woman is never so annoying as when she is in some way related to you."
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What Forgotten Christmas Tradition Should Churches Revive?
What Forgotten Christmas Tradition Should Churches Revive?
Rooting our celebration of Christ’s birth more deeply in our lives.
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