Volume 61, Number 4
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Table of Contents
What new research reveals about self-control and willpower.
We're missing a broader scope of familial love.
New Testament scholar and apologist Michael Licona’s new book argues that ancient literary devices are the answer—and that’s a good thing for Christians.
A leading Nigerian theologian believes the real danger to Christianity in Africa is in the church.
Mainline churches with evangelical leanings outpace their liberal counterparts, study says.
Important developments in the church and the world (as they appeared in our May issue).
The future of Christian health care sharing.
Lessons learned from illumiNations initiative could help other causes.
And how that might shape our response to his presidency.
No teasing, no favorites, and hours and hours of time with one other.
Why Christians should support reforms that recognize both the dignity of immigrants and the rule of law.
And other thoughts on the biblical and theological significance of home.
Compiled by Matt Reynolds.
A balanced, biblical take on the devices we can’t seem to live without.
Matthew Farrelly recommends some overlooked classics.
In Every Issue
Can research about the fruit of the spirit make you a better Christian?
Responses to our March issue via letters, tweets, and Facebook posts.
I equated material possessions with happiness, until a high-school mission trip changed my thinking.