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Twitter Reaches Out to Christian Leaders at Catalyst's 'Be Present' ConferenceSubscriber Access Only
The company wants to verify prominent pastors as the religious leaders navigate social media challenges.
'Do Not Gloat' vs. 'Joy to the Righteous'Subscriber Access Only
The verses most quoted on Twitter and Facebook after the news of the death of Osama bin Laden.
Not Many of You Should Presume to Be BloggersSubscriber Access Only
How social media changed theological debate.
iPhone Apps and the Old AdamSubscriber Access Only
A meditation on corporate confession for Ash Wednesday.
Redeeming 'Lost'Subscriber Access Only
Entertainment Weekly's Jeff Jensen tells CT why the television show reminds him of C. S. Lewis's 'The Great Divorce.'
The CleanerSubscriber Access Only
A&E's 'The Cleaner' is about tough love and redemption.
Destiny or Free Will?Subscriber Access Only
That is the question, according to ABC's FlashForward.
Quick Media TakesSubscriber Access Only
Books, films, music of note in October.
An Open Letter to ESPN the MagazineSubscriber Access Only
Regarding your plans to one-up Sports Illustrated with a "no-clothes" issue ...
Christian Publisher Still Plans Kate Gosselin BookSubscriber Access Only
Zondervan is advertizing a cookbook by the Jon & Kate Plus Eight star.
Devilish and DivineSubscriber Access Only
The man who is the voice of God and the incarnation of Screwtape.
PhotographyWatchSubscriber Access Only
Christianity Today's design director lists his favorite photography sites.
Readers WriteSubscriber Access Only
Your responses to the January 2009 issue of Christianity Today.
The Men Behind the MythsSubscriber Access Only
Short profiles of Olaf Stapledon, Erich von Däniken, Ray Kurzweil, Freeman Dyson, and Lee M. Silver.
Sci-Fi's Brave New WorldSubscriber Access Only
How the genre draws us to its own views of redemption.
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We Actually Don’t Need a Trinitarian Revival
We Actually Don’t Need a Trinitarian Revival
Attempts to teach a ‘better’ understanding of the Trinity may do more harm than good.
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