Volume 62, Number 5
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Table of Contents
How to disciple in an era of male floundering.
Why Peterson's message of morals, manners and masculinity resonates with evangelicals.
These three congregations don’t have a men’s ministry. Why men—and their families—still love them.
The infamous pyramid was never an accurate description of how people act, let alone a guide to discipleship.
The SBC presidential candidate wants to rejuvenate his denomination through missions.
Understanding the relationship between gospel and culture is vital for evangelism
My hardest lesson as a social worker? God wants me to be close to the brokenhearted as much as he wants me to save them.
Nevertheless, the saucy British writer made the pious vociferously angry.
Efforts to unite Christianity’s branches bear fruit.
Important developments in the church and the world (as they appeared in our June issue).
Ministries find a central hub is less and less essential to taking the gospel global.
We American Christians have a biblical call to reduce firearm deaths in our land.
Six tangible ways congregations can shift their gatherings from me to us.
It may sound weird, but knowing we have an enemy is encouraging.
Brian Stanley’s global history makes connections and draws lessons that others are apt to miss.
Scholar John Goldingay wants readers to rediscover the original feel of the Old Testament in his new translation.
From John Wilson, former longtime editor of 'Books & Culture."
A new book crawls into the lives of children at risk, enters their desperation, and accompanies them on their journey toward redemption.
Augustine, T. F. Torrance, John Owen, and more.
In Every Issue
Navigating men’s ministry in uncertain times.
Responses to our April issue.
How I found eternal life on death row.