Volume 59, Number 3
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Table of Contents
Apologetics has long been a bastion of men—until now.
Amy Orr-Ewing proclaims the faith, once the bedrock of Britain, to an audience wanting more than rationalism.
My family, displaced by the genocide, returned to see Christ at work in our homeland.
No matter how monotonous, unseen, or ordinary, our jobs can powerfully transform us into Christlikeness.
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The psalms of lament invite us to voice our frustrations—and provide a reason to hope.
Ten years ago, scandal put Sweden’s free churches on edge. Now their prospects are brighter than ever.
A snapshot of Christian witness in the world (as it appeared in our April issue).
Important developments in the church and the world (as they appeared in our April issue).
Some Christian schools challenge an Illinois requirement. Experts weigh in.
Ukrainian Jews who follow Yeshua also plant congregations worldwide.
Remember when we used to sing about how awesome it is?
Hidden heresies come in many shapes and sizes.
By these scars, we get new life.
Even the building instructions and genealogies provide crucial teaching.
Despite what you may have heard, more Americans than ever want abortion access restricted.
Why the clash between North and South remains relevant, 150 years later.
Ron Sider picks readings that highlight the real-world achievements of alternatives to war and violent conflict.
Justo González explores underappreciated themes in the books of Luke and Acts.
It's like finding needles in a hymnstack.
Compiled by Matt Reynolds
In Every Issue
We were told God would do this.
Readers respond to the January/February issue via letters, tweets, and blogs.
Wayward teenage years had me fearing I had lost my salvation.