The Skeptical State of Bible Reading in 2017
Two surveys examine who studies Scripture, who doesn't, and why.
Open Your Home to the Homeless, Even When It Makes You Uncomfortable
Welcoming the stranger carries real risks. But hospitality is a New Testament expectation.
Templeton Prize Winner: Alvin Plantinga, Who Proved God’s Not Dead in Academia
Christian philosopher honored with $1.4 million award for reshaping theism.
How to End Sibling Rivalry Like a Christian
No teasing, no favorites, and hours and hours of time with one other.
Jen Pollock Michel: God Is a Homemaker Who Does ‘Women’s Work’
And other thoughts on the biblical and theological significance of home.
Your Smartphone Is Neither a Cancer nor a Cure-All
A balanced, biblical take on the devices we can’t seem to live without.
A Shoplifter’s Search for God
I equated material possessions with happiness, until a high-school mission trip changed my thinking.
Why the Church Needs the Infertile Couple
We're missing a broader scope of familial love.
Why Don’t the Gospel Writers Tell the Same Story?
New Testament scholar and apologist Michael Licona’s new book argues that ancient literary devices are the answer—and that’s a good thing for Christians.
The Greatest Threat to the Church Isn’t Islam—It’s Us
A leading Nigerian theologian believes the real danger to Christianity in Africa is in the church.
Even in Canada, Conservative Churches Are Growing
Mainline churches with evangelical leanings outpace their liberal counterparts, study says.
What the Church Says to Terrible People
‘Welcome to the club.’
The Science of Sinning Less
What new research reveals about self-control and willpower.
How Brainy Women Benefit the Church
A recent study suggests that intelligence is often associated with masculinity, not femininity.
The Most Dangerous Thing About Being a Missionary in a Hostile Country
It all depends on how you understand ‘safety.’
Forgiveness: Muslims Moved as Coptic Christians Do the Unimaginable
Amid ISIS attacks, faithful response inspires Egyptian society.
The Hard-Edged Hope of Wendell Berry
Why his vision of humble communities and humane economies is just what the world needs right now.
Scoot Over, That’s My Seat
My spot in church is more than just a thoughtless habit.
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