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Picturing N.T. Wright
A willing subject, a talented photographer, and great light. When planning a photo session in a remote location you hope for those three things. In the case of CT’s April 2014 cover story, we received them all.
The Atonement in Hosea's Love for Gomer by Dr. Robert Vasholz
Dr. Robert Vasholz explains how Hosea's love for Gomer points to God's act of love in the atonement.
The Book of Common Prayer Is Still a Big Deal
Alan Jacobs explains why the nearly 500-year-old Anglican prayer book retains its influence, and why it should appeal even to (non-Anglican) evangelicals.
Enough Time to Pray, Even as a Mother: An Interview with Micha Boyett
The author of Found talks about prayer, parenting, and grace
Subscriber Access Only Knowing God Means More than Describing Him
Sometimes, our spiritual experiences can't be put into words.
Faith for the Post-Christian Heart: A Conversation with Francis Spufford
For the UK writer, Christianity must first make sense in the realm of lived experience.
The Crisis of Faith We Don't Expect When We're Expecting
As a new mom, I lost my prayer life and eventually rediscovered the psalms.
Why Pope Francis is Right About Confession
I'm not planning to become Catholic, but I am grateful for the Pope's example
The Atonement in the Passover: Exodus and Leviticus by Dr. Scot McKnight
Dr. Scot McKnight elaborates on different theories of the atonement, particularly dealing with the Passover.
Subscriber Access Only Lighten Up, Christians: God Loves a Good Time
Challenging ourselves to embrace the sense of fun infused in this world.
Subscriber Access Only The Good News About Bad Churches
They're broken and messy. But God is remaking them in his holy image.
Subscriber Access Only The Trouble with Touchy-Feely Faith
A historian explores the sappier side of evangelical life.
Subscriber Access Only When Money's Tight, Bank on the Great Provider
How seasons of financial uncertainty can teach us about true abundance.
Subscriber Access Only Arguing Against the 'Argument Culture'
Tim Muehlhoff discusses the art of civil, Christlike conversation.
A Thread Called Grace
How I came to stop hiding and face the biggest secret of my early life.
Lent: Does God Really Care About My Diet Plan?
Lent helps me join Jesus in erasing the line between sacred and secular.
The Atonement and Abraham's Sacrifice of Isaac: Genesis 22 by Dr. David Murray
In the events of Genesis 22, Abraham and Isaac point to God and a greater sacrifice.
Darren Aronofsky Talks to CT about 'Noah'
Raised culturally Jewish, the independent filmmaker has created a midrash for the big screen.
Perfectly Human: How a Little Girl with Cerebral Palsy Shared Her Gifts
Disability couldn't limit her love. A guest post by Meadow Rue Merrill
Subscriber Access Only China's Deadly Lightning
Cult violence prompts pastors to ramp up doctrine—and work with state officials.
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You Probably Love (or Hate) 'Heaven Is For Real' for All the Wrong Reasons
You Probably Love (or Hate) 'Heaven Is For Real' for All the Wrong Reasons
It's not a travel guide. And Colton Burpo isn't the first Christian to have an ecstatic experience.
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