April (Web-only) 2018

Scotland’s Evangelical Island Gets Its First Mosque
Scotland’s Evangelical Island Gets Its First Mosque
Why supporting Muslims on the Isle of Lewis is mere Christianity.
The Myth of the Holy Hierarchy
The Myth of the Holy Hierarchy
Remembering UK scientist R. J. “Sam” Berry (1934–2018), a real scientist with real faith.
It’s Not Billy Graham Rule or Bust
It’s Not Billy Graham Rule or Bust
15 ways my husband and I guard our marriage while still loving our friends of the opposite sex.
Sit With Your Family at Church—But Maybe Not Your Spouse
Sit With Your Family at Church—But Maybe Not Your Spouse
But should extroverts seek out empty seats by introverts?
Bethel Music and Bieber Sang It. But Do We Really Believe in ‘Reckless Love’?
Bethel Music and Bieber Sang It. But Do We Really Believe in ‘Reckless Love’?
Worship experts weigh in on the theology beneath Cory Asbury’s chart-topping hit.
Rosaria Butterfield: Christian Hospitality Isn’t ‘Southern Hospitality’
Rosaria Butterfield: Christian Hospitality Is Radically Different from ‘Southern Hospitality’
It has nothing to do with entertainment—and everything to do with addressing the crisis of unbelief.
My Son’s Down Syndrome Showed Me the Real Imago Dei
My Son’s Down Syndrome Showed Me the Real Imago Dei
It didn’t look at all like I thought it did.
About That Evangelical Summit in Wheaton This Week
About That Evangelical Summit in Wheaton This Week
And why conferences are such an enduring and crucial part of the movement.
How Freedom Became an American Idol
How Freedom Became an American Idol
Once a people view themselves as their own highest authority, whatever they most value becomes their god. And that god will rule their nation.
Justin Giboney Is Bringing Christian Hope To Politics
The Calling | 39 min
Justin Giboney Is Bringing Christian Hope To Politics
By walking on both sides of party lines, the political strategist is paving a way for Christians in politics.
Jack Deere Went Through Hell to Come to Faith
Jack Deere Went Through Hell to Come to Faith
The theologian’s memoir is refreshingly raw about the wounds he’s suffered—and the wounds he’s inflicted.
Good News for Christians Battling US Sex Trafficking
Good News for Christians Battling US Sex Trafficking
The government shuts down a site accused of profiting off of illegal prostitution. Is tougher federal legislation next?
The Sacred Gift of Selfies
The Sacred Gift of Selfies
Craig Detweiler sees spiritual significance underneath the stereotypes.
God’s Divine Plan for Muslim Immigrants
God’s Divine Plan for Muslim Immigrants
Data about how Muslims come to Christ should affect our thinking on immigration.
What My Berkeley Congregation Taught Me About Loving My Political Enemies
What My Berkeley Congregation Taught Me About Loving My Political Enemies
America’s most progressive city—and the rest of our country—needs the voice of the local church now more than ever.
Marilynne Robinson’s Celebration of Humanity Is Brilliant but Incomplete
Marilynne Robinson’s Celebration of Humanity Is Brilliant but Incomplete
Insights from some of her heroes, like John Calvin and the Puritans, would help round out the picture.
John Perkins Has Hope for Racial Reconciliation. Do We?
John Perkins Has Hope for Racial Reconciliation. Do We?
The civil rights hero delivers his “final manifesto” on race and the church’s call to unity.
You Have Searched Me, Oh Apple Face ID, and You Know Me
You Have Searched Me, Oh Apple Face ID, and You Know Me
AI may be familiar with all our ways, but God created our face for much more.
What Changed for Evangelicals When MLK Was Killed
Quick to Listen | 1 hr 18 min
What Changed for Evangelicals When MLK Was Killed
How white and black Christians (including CT leaders) viewed the civil rights movement and the assassination of its most visible leader.
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Job’s Most Beloved Verse May Be Different Than You Think
Job’s Most Beloved Verse May Be Different Than You Think
Job 13:15 is more anguished—and encouraging—in its original wording.