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Subscriber Access Only 1996 Christianity Today Book Awards
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BOOKS: Scandalous No More?
Alister McGrath defends evangelical theology against its primary competitors: postliberalism, postmodernism, and pluralism.
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BOOKS: God, in His Own Words
Donald Bloesch delivers a Bible-anchored theology for the whole church.
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A Cultural Literacy Primer
Ten resources Christians need for understanding today's world.
Subscriber Access Only The Dissatisfaction of Francis Schaeffer
Thirteen years after his death, Schaeffer's vision and frustrations continue to haunt evangelicalism.
Subscriber Access Only The Dissatisfaction of Francis Schaeffer, Part 2
Thirteen years after his death, Schaeffer's vision and frustrations continue to haunt evangelicalism.
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Highlights: Postmodernism with a Twang
Has postmodernism penetrated the world of country-and-western music?
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Current Religious Thought: The Perils of Left and Right
Evangelical theology is much bigger and richer than our two-party labels.
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Does Evangelical Theology Have a Future?
Roger Olson argues that a division between traditionalists and reformists threatens to end our theological consensus.
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A Theology to Die For
Theologians are not freelance scholars of religion, but trustees of the deposit of faith.
Subscriber Access Only Colson: The Oxford Prophet
Lewis predicted a time when those who want to remold human nature "will be armed with the powers of an omnicompetent state.
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Books: Reality Is for Real
Why we can't give up on objectivity, even though it is decidedly uncool.
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Strohmeyer told police he strangled the little girl by twisting her neck the way he had seen in movies.
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Current Religious Thought: Abraham Kuyper: A Man for This Season
The surprisingly relevant advice of a Dutch statesman for engaging postmodern culture.
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