May (Web-only) 2007

Meditating Like a Dog
Meditating Like a Dog
Eugene Peterson on the discipline of spiritual reading.
The Cost of Christian Education
Getting schooled in the faith is more unnerving than I care to admit.
Mitt's Mormonism and the 'Evangelical Vote'
Can conservative Protestants vote for a member of what they consider a cult?
Have I Been Understood?
The Shadow of the Antichrist examines Nietzsche's animosity toward Christianity.
Psalms, Hymns, and Spiritual Songs
Worship music engages the eyes, not just the ears and tongues.
The Winter of Our Discontent
"A cantankerous old woman is never so annoying as when she is in some way related to you."
Film As a Healing Exercise
A Seattle film festival looks for the connections between Christianity, narrative and human rights.
"Is Christianity Good for the World?"
Part 5 of the ongoing debate between Christopher Hitchens and Douglas Wilson.
Bug
Does God Have Enemies?
The message of Obadiah.
For Museum's Opening, Former Presidents, a Talking Cow, and Gobs of Graham
"He doesn't want attention to go to him. And yet it just does."
Fundamentalism and Freedom
The Jehovah's Witnesses are more than a knock-knock joke.
"Is Christianity Good for the World?"
Part 4 of the ongoing debate between Christopher Hitchens and Douglas Wilson.
An Obligation to Remember Eternally?
Resentment, even in the name of justice, is not for those who expect God's final reconciliation.
Shrek the Third
Surviving a Family-Wrecking Economy
What the church can do about working mothers.
Falwell, Megachurch Pastor Who Organized Religious Right, Dead at 73
Self-described fundamentalist countered movement's tradition of separatism.
Jerry Falwell, Architect of Religious Right, Dies at 73
Liberty University founder mobilized social conservatives in politics.
"Is Christianity Good for the World?"
Part 3 of the ongoing debate between Christopher Hitchens and Douglas Wilson.
A Tough Audience
Michael Landon Jr., director of The Last Sin Eater and four Love Comes Softly films, discusses the challenges of making movies for Christians—who can be a fickle audience.
Georgia Rule
The Hip Hop Project
Christianity Today Wins 11 Awards
Evangelical Press Association announces journalism awards at annual conference
"Is Christianity Good for the World?"
Part 2 of the ongoing debate between Christopher Hitchens and Douglas Wilson.
Q&A: Francis Beckwith
Former ETS president speaks about what he takes from evangelicalism back to the Roman Catholic Church.
"Is Christianity Good for the World?"
Christopher Hitchens and Douglas Wilson debate.
Reluctant Legend
Brenda Lee chats about the early days of rock—including when the Beatles were her opening act!—and her brand new gospel album. But don't call her a legend.
New Life After a Fall
Pastor Ross Parsley and the Desperation Band discuss how New Life Church has found healing and renewal in the aftermath of the Ted Haggard sex scandal.
Away From Her
Lucky You
The Real Secret of the Universe
Why we disdain feel-good spirituality but shouldn't.
Jindabyne
Spider-Man 3
The Spirit of Faithfulness
Another public failure in fidelity calls us back to the message of the Cross.
Waitress
The Passion of Peter Parker
Spider-Man is the alter ego of a very human—and fallible—teen who may not be messianic, but sure understands that there's power in weakness.
Why the Church Is Important
The institutional church is for every believer.
Spidey Gets Spiritual
As Spider-Man 3 releases to theaters, director Sam Raimi and cast talk about the biblical themes and spiritual imagery in the movies—especially in the latest chapter.
Tools for the Soul