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Bible Figures Never Say ‘I’m Sorry’
Bible Figures Never Say ‘I’m Sorry’
If they don’t “apologize” in the modern sense, it’s only because Scripture has a richer vocabulary of repentance.
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You Can Love Rap, Jesus, and the Color Pink
You Can Love Rap, Jesus, and the Color Pink
The first female artist on Lecrae’s label, Wande talks to CT about being a woman in Christian hip-hop and how the genre can be an entry point for learning gospel truths.
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Community, Honor and Shame, and Self Definition with Grace Liu and Cory Elisabeth
Being HumanEpisode 23|36min
Community, Honor and Shame, and Self Definition with Grace Liu and Cory Elisabeth
Thoughts on boundaries and honor-shame culture from the founders of a coaching and counseling service in Indonesia.
Broken Halos
The Bulletin Episode 88
Broken Halos
Robert Morris’s abuse, rising nationalism in Europe, and summer reading suggestions.
Three Evangelical ‘Founding Fathers’ and Their Complicated Relationships to Slavery
Three Evangelical ‘Founding Fathers’ and Their Complicated Relationships to Slavery
A new book steers between full condemnation and “men of their time” dodges.
Natalie Boonstra Lilly: Dealing with Insecurity
Viral JesusEpisode 126|39min
Natalie Boonstra Lilly: Dealing with Insecurity
Heather and Natalie talk about Natalie’s Madelung diagnosis and how she dealt with insecurity.
What If the Christian Sexual Ethic Becomes a Feature, Not a Bug?
What If the Christian Sexual Ethic Becomes a Feature, Not a Bug?
Evangelicals tend to assume our sexual ethic is deeply unpopular. But the wind may be shifting as thought leaders increasingly declare Christianity a cultural asset.
Pakistani Christian Praised for Documenting Blasphemy Victims. Most Are Muslims.
Pakistani Christian Praised for Documenting Blasphemy Victims. Most Are Muslims.
Catholic advocate awarded by US State Department explains why Christians are disproportionately targeted while the Islamic majority predominantly accuses its own.
Corruption Is a Discipleship Problem
Corruption Is a Discipleship Problem
Six ways Christians often make the problem worse and five steps toward a solution