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Moral Failings in the Pulpit Lead to Moral Injury in the Pews
Moral Failings in the Pulpit Lead to Moral Injury in the Pews
Church and pastoral abuse can trigger a unique form of PTSD.
CT Names Russell Moore Editor in Chief
Christianity Today Names Russell Moore Editor in Chief
Longtime publishing executive Joy Allmond also comes on board to advance the vision of the ministry.
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Paid ContentA Tale of Two Flocks
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A Tale of Two Flocks
How technology is helping pastors meet their congregation’s needs.
The Body of Christ Keeps Score
The Body of Christ Keeps Score
Only revival with reformation can heal the American church from its spiritual trauma.
Germany’s Nuclear Power Plants Are Closing. But Their Moral Questions Have a Long Half-Life.
Germany’s Nuclear Power Plants Are Closing. But Their Moral Questions Have a Long Half-Life.
What is the Christian position on radioactive accidents, technology, and replacing fossil fuels?
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Loving our Kentucky Neighbors as Ourselves
Loving our Kentucky Neighbors as Ourselves
The recent flooding crisis in my home state is an opportunity to serve our sisters and brothers like never before.
Announcing Christianity Today’s 2022 International Essay Contest
Announcing Christianity Today’s 2022 International Essay Contest
We’re looking for wisdom, perspective, and theological understanding from those writing in Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Indonesian, and French.
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Dalit Christians Fill the Indian Church’s Pews. Not Its Pulpits.
Dalit Christians Fill the Indian Church’s Pews. Not Its Pulpits.
Persistent caste discrimination holds believers from India’s most vulnerable community back.
Just Laws Alone Won’t Save Us
Just Laws Alone Won’t Save Us
In this polarized moment, strong legislation isn’t a substitute for wise and discerning leaders.
White Southern Evangelicals Are Leaving the Church
White Southern Evangelicals Are Leaving the Church
Data suggests that, when their attendance drops, these nominal Christians become hyper-individualistic, devoted to law and order, cynical about systems, and distrustful of others.

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