February (Web-only) 2021

Charles Spurgeon Knew It Was Possible to Be Faithful and Depressed
Charles Spurgeon Knew It Was Possible to Be Faithful and Depressed
How his example can encourage believers who “walk in darkness, and see no light.”
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Are Christian Schools Training Christians or Americans?
Are Christian Schools Training Christians or Americans?
Jesus made clear that we pledge allegiance only to God. But some Christian education pledges allegiance to the world too.
Reading While Not Black
Reading While Not Black
How a group of white church planters learned to listen to African Americans and build a better Christian community.
Our Pilgrimage Through Lent
Our Pilgrimage Through Lent
A historian weighs in on how the medieval tradition can shape the days leading up to Easter.
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Lent Is a Time to Sing the Blues
Lent Is a Time to Sing the Blues
In the American music of brokenness and sorrow, my church learns to long for God’s restoration.
Ash Wednesday’s Imposition of Humility
Ash Wednesday’s Imposition of Humility
The dust from whence we came and will return dirties our hearts now.
In a Year of Death, Ash Wednesday Offers Unexpected Hope
In a Year of Death, Ash Wednesday Offers Unexpected Hope
The liturgy of the first day of Lent leads us through dust to the Eucharist.
You May Not Know Judaism as Well as You Think
You May Not Know Judaism as Well as You Think
John Phelan’s evangelical guide to Jewish thought and history contains many revelations—some of them painful.
The Extraordinary Cost of Lavish Love
The Extraordinary Cost of Lavish Love
Valentine’s Day can feel unnecessary when you’ve been married awhile. But when your spouse dies, you want every day to be Valentine’s.
True Love Waits to Regather
True Love Waits to Regather
This Valentine’s Day, the church’s greatest act of affection for others is following health guidelines.
Twitterpated: How Christians Find Love on a Divisive Site
Twitterpated: How Christians Find Love on a Divisive Site
It’s hard to meet people at church these days. Can social media help fill the gap?
Pentecostals Lead the World in Conversions, But Not in US Missions
Pentecostals Lead the World in Conversions, But Not in US Missions
Study: Just a tenth of American missions agencies affiliate with the world’s fastest-growing Christian movement.
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Blessed Assurance and the Black Church
PBS to air the story of the black church, the cornerstone of the black community in America.
Is ‘Authenticity’ Enough for Christian Apologetics?
Is ‘Authenticity’ Enough for Christian Apologetics?
Appeals to nonbelievers should go beyond pure rationality, but they shouldn’t go beyond the bounds of Scripture.
Dispelling the Smog of Falsehood and ‘Fake News’
Dispelling the Smog of Falsehood and ‘Fake News’
Old-fashioned preaching and discipleship can confront the conspiracies that threaten how we know truth.
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What Is Christian Nationalism?
What Is Christian Nationalism?
An explainer on how the belief differs from other forms of nationalism, patriotism, and Christianity.
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How American Politics Complicates UK Evangelicalism
How American Politics Complicates Evangelicalism in the UK
Facing Brexit fallout and COVID, the head of the country’s Evangelical Alliance is eager to shift attention back to their mission.

Top Story October 27, 2021

Religious Freedom Ambassador Nominee Goes Before Senate
Religious Freedom Ambassador Nominee Goes Before Senate
Rashad Hussain, who would be the first Muslim to hold the position, is seen as a defender of religious minorities including Christians around the world.

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