Call Out Locker Room Talk for the Sin That It Is
We can’t excuse inconsistent principles in our politicians or in each other.
Opinion | Discipleship. Call Out Locker Room Talk for the Sin That It Is. We The very phrase “locker room talk” operates much the way sin operates. Give
God's Feminist Ideals
We're created to be image bearers and justice seekers.
ability. But sin entered the world, and the inherent dignity of men and women has often gotten lost as corrupt people with power oppress others without it.
How Churches Can Give Sanctuary and Still Support the Law
800 congregations are working to protect undocumented immigrants. A leader with the New Sanctuary Movement says yours should be one of them.
We must look at people's sin honestly, but we must also believe people can change in a moment, that everyone is made in the image of God and is capable of sudden acts of sacrificial
The Key to Raising Kind Kids
Harvard psychologist Richard Weissbourd says it’s closer than you think.
Although we often caricature Puritan parents as stern, strict people scaring their children from sin, Mintz believes the Puritan contribution to parenting isn't their rules but rather their
Sin Gone Viral
How Internet outrage hits deep.
Opinion | Pop Culture. Sin Gone Viral. How Internet outrage hits deep. Less has been written about a different aspect of Internet rage: what it teaches us about the nature of sin.
When I Didn’t Love My Adopted Child
After welcoming our new daughter, I saw my sin more clearly than ever before.
After welcoming our new daughter, I saw my sin more clearly than ever before. I wish my sin was easier to eradicate, but God continues to root it out of me.
When Does the Bible Allow Divorce?
Scripture’s guidance for broken, hurting marriages
She says, “In Matthew 19:9, Jesus forbids divorce 'except for unchastity.'” She explains, “When a spouse breaks the marriage covenant through sexual sin—porneia—there are biblical
My Dad, the Sinner and Saint
How I learned to see my father as more than his unfaithful past.
Meanwhile, those of us hurt by his sin were left to make sense of it all. What was happening? But he began to talk openly about his sin in a way he never had—even if only in spurts.
Confessions of a (Sinful) Overachiever
Praise or mockery: The problem with our reactions to “super-moms.”
It's admirable—if not for the pesky tendency to pride myself by the praise of these efforts. No doubt, sin easily besets even our most righteous inclinations.
Q+A: The Story Behind the Jesus Storybook Bible
Sally Lloyd-Jones wrote a kids Bible so popular that they’re releasing an adult version.
Can you tell us a bit about why, instead of talking about sin, or wrath, or repentance, you talked so much about emotional responses instead: God's heartbreak, or our own hearts melting
Our “Holy” Sins
Daring to face what we tend to ignore
“YES, JESUS LOVES ME. THE BIBLE TELLS ME SO!”. From defiance to deception, varieties of sin abound. So why, then, is there even such a thing as “eusebeigenic sin”?
Your Husband’s Infidelity Is Not Your Fault
Adultery comes from a greedy heart, not an insufficient wife.
His Sin, His Responsibility. Blaming a woman for a man's sin is as old as the Garden of Eden. And, like all sin, the more lust is indulged, the less it satisfies.
Making Married Sex Mutual
Pervasive ideologies distort our view of female sexuality. God’s Word shows us a better way.
They need to repair what has been broken by the harshness of life, sin, and the world. They need to reunite their minds, hearts, wills, and bodies. . . . Making love is creating oneness. . .
God Loves My Fat Body As It Is
My weight does not hurt my witness.
Still, some Christians hold on to some negative stereotypes that intertwine fat with sin in ways that clearly counter the efforts of the fat acceptance movement.
Before I Could Forgive, I Had to Lament
I needed to do more than hide my bruises and cover my pain.
“For if you forgive other people when they sin against you, your heavenly Father will also forgive you” (Matt. 6:14). Jesus forgave others not by ignoring their sin but by lamenting it.
Our Top 10 Articles of 2016
Readers and editors rank the best posts of the year.
Call Out Locker Room Talk for the Sin That It Is (Karen Swallow Prior) We can't excuse inconsistent principles in our politicians or in each other. What's Holding Women Back?
How Do We Parent Our Kids During This Political Season?
Twenty women weigh in with their perspectives.
But my response starts not with specifics about sexism, racism, or civil discourse but with helping my children recognize their own humanity—their own sin, their own belovedness—and
The Micro-Premie Dilemma
Does NICU technology change our pro-life obligations?
But a Christian worldview informs us that every part of this world is crying out for redemption, where we are free from these broken bodies and living in a world free from the stain of sin.
Taking Creative Liberties With Creation
Does Wm. Paul Young’s Eve go too far?
creation and fall. Through the narrative, Young describes sin as our turning away from a face-to-face, personal relationship with God. Like Adam and
21 Books Worth Giving as Christmas Gifts
Holiday book list: CT Women writers recommend their favorites.
ever read. —Gina Dalfonzo. America's Original Sin. By Jim Wallis Wallis's book comes at a critical time in America's history. Tensions between whites