Volume 59, Number 1
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Table of Contents
Millennial anxiety sabotages attempts to engage the next generation. Dietrich explains why.
The reasons are rooted in history.
How Shannon Sedgwick Davis helped dismantle the Ugandan warlord's reign of terror.
Our picks for the books most likely to shape evangelical life, thought, and culture.
An excerpt from CT's 2015 Book of the Year, 'Teach Us to Want: Longing, Ambition and the Life of Faith.'
A year after Mark Driscoll's church got caught manipulating the New York Times list, authors and publishers question a practice that extends far beyond Mars Hill.
The day reading Philippians revealed to me a deeper knowledge.
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Important developments in the church and the world (as they appeared in our January/February issue).
The denomination gains one million each year. Some want to be more evangelical.
The curious Supreme Court case of a 30-person church in Gilbert, Arizona.
First Things says yes. Survey finds 1 in 4 pastors agree.
Catholics may be fast converting to Protestantism, but beliefs and maturity vary.
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Christians, of all people, should know that.
Technology does too good a job at sustaining our distant friendships.
Addressing a sin that afflicts 1 in 4 US women.
Resolving two difficult issues about the Bible's inspiration.
The Manhattan pastor steers us toward less clumsy, more confident conversations with God.
Theologian J. Todd Billings learns how to travel in cancer's company.
Amy Julia Becker, author and mother of three, chooses readings to comfort and encourage fellow moms.
Thomas Bergler, the critic of 'juvenilization,' wants to put us back on the path to spiritual maturity.
Plaster sinks and other strange artifacts are altars to an unknown god.
Compiled by Matt Reynolds
In Every Issue
What we hope you see in every CT article.
Introducing the editor in chief of all CT publications.
Readers respond to the November issue via letters, tweets, and blogs.
Had it not been for the first editor of CT, I likely would have gone the way of liberal scholar Bart Ehrman.