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Subscriber Access Only What the Teaching Can Teach Us
Not all extracanonical manuscripts reveal a 'lost Christianity.' The church's earliest discipleship manual—the Didache—is as orthodox and relevant as it gets.
Subscriber Access Only Hunger Has a Profile
Working at my local food pantry helped me personalize the statistics.
Subscriber Access Only Abandon Studying the Historical Jesus? No, We Need Context
A response to 'The Jesus We'll Never Know.'
Subscriber Access Only In the Shadow of Mount Hood
Meeting God in the mystery of grief.
Subscriber Access Only God of the Schizophrenic
Rediscovering my faith amid the ravages of mental illness.
Subscriber Access Only Muslim Missions: Then & Now
How a terrorist attack reshaped efforts to reach Muslims.
Subscriber Access Only Getting to the Crux of Calvary
Each atonement theory highlights a truth about the Cross—but none more so than Christ's substitutionary death.
Subscriber Access Only By Grace You Are Mature
We don't grow out of spiritual adolescence by trying to grow up.
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Shrekked
Why are readers responding passionately about a simple film review?
Subscriber Access Only Dennis Bakke's Ode to Joy
The outrageous way in which an energy giant's CEO had fun at work.
Subscriber Access Only Joining the Eternal Song
How liturgical prayer is saving our community from burnout.
Subscriber Access Only Ayn Rand Led Me to Christ
How the anti-Christian philosopher prepared me to hear the gospel.
Subscriber Access Only Harry Potter Is Here to Stay
Why the final movie is only the beginning of the Harry Potter phenomenon.
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The Horror!
Joan Didion encounters evangelical Christianity.
Subscriber Access Only Loving the Storm-Drenched
We can no more change the culture than we can the weather. Fortunately, we've got more important things to do.
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Mark Labberton: This Is the Best of Times for Following Jesus
Mark Labberton: This Is the Best of Times for Following Jesus
The Fuller Seminary president sees the church’s moment of cultural exile as a moment of incredible opportunity.
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