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Bethel’s Sean Feucht’s Protests and Praises Have a History
Bethel’s Sean Feucht’s Protests and Praises Have a History
The musician has been traveling the country and gathering people to worship God. It’s sparked controversy.
The Supreme Court Needs to Be Less Central to American Public Life
The Supreme Court Needs to Be Less Central to American Public Life
Here’s what evangelicals should expect—and not expect—from the highest court in the land.
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Christians are transforming the world of wealth management.
Rediscovering the Pedagogical Power of Narnia
Rediscovering the Pedagogical Power of Narnia
C. S. Lewis’s fiction can teach virtue, according to a new curriculum. But the true potential is so much more.
Is Being Right Always the Right Thing?
Is Being Right Always the Right Thing?
Jesus and Peter teach us that correctness isn’t always a virtue.
The Kingdom of God and the Supreme Court of the United States
The Kingdom of God and the Supreme Court of the United States
Thoughts on the kingdom of God and the common good.
Atlanta Beyond MLK: How Black Christians Continue a Civil Rights Legacy
Atlanta Beyond MLK: How Black Christians Continue a Civil Rights Legacy
Generations take up the gospel work of becoming a beloved community.
The Black Church Is Atlanta’s Original Community Organizer
The Black Church Is Atlanta’s Original Community Organizer
Long before Raphael Warnock’s Senate run, the biblical call for freedom for the oppressed stirred Atlanta Christians to social action.
Racial Reconciliation Is Still a Dream for Atlanta Christians
Racial Reconciliation Is Still a Dream for Atlanta Christians
But church leaders think it’s worth the work to address longstanding divides.
How Black-Owned Businesses Bless Atlanta
How Black-Owned Businesses Bless Atlanta
Christian entrepreneurs promote a new economic narrative in a city plagued by wealth gaps.

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Paul’s Word to Police: Protect the Weak
Paul’s Word to Police: Protect the Weak
As black Christians have long understood, the New Testament has a strong theology of law enforcement.
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Pandemic Denial Sows Division and Endangers Others
Pandemic Denial Sows Division and Endangers Others
When pastors and church leaders deny that we are even in a pandemic, it can cause wide-ranging problems.
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The Best Way to Memorize Scripture Has Little to Do with Learning Words
The Best Way to Memorize Scripture Has Little to Do with Learning Words
How neuroscience can help us to be doers of the Word.
John Calvin: Justice Is a Form of Worship
John Calvin: Justice Is a Form of Worship
According to the Reformer, pursuing the good of others is a way to love God.
Christianity Is About Systemic Change
Christianity Is About Systemic Change
Why we need the one in whom all things hold together.
How Are Pastors Handling Ungathered Worship?
How Are Pastors Handling Ungathered Worship?
Six church leaders share about their adaptations, innovations, and frustrations as they respond to COVID-19.
When It Comes to Sacrifice, God Doesn’t Play Fair
When It Comes to Sacrifice, God Doesn’t Play Fair
Humans have a penchant for sacrifice, but it’s the Lord who makes it possible.
Marilynne Robinson’s Latest Novel Probes Predestination and Grace
Marilynne Robinson’s Latest Novel Probes the Mysteries of Predestination and Grace
Jack Boughton, the wayward pastor’s son, is a central character. So is Jesus.