Books

One-on-One with J.T. English on ‘Deep Discipleship’
Leading into holistic discipleship for the local church
Middle-Age Couples: Your Marriage Doesn’t Have to Be Stuck in Survival Mode
How the stresses and strains of aging can strengthen the bonds of love.
Reagan, Clinton, Bush, and Obama All Cited One Puritan Sermon to Explain America
How did a forgotten colonial text become a national origin story?
Monuments Can Be Destroyed, but Not Forgotten
Our most controversial stone statues carry layers of communal history that aren’t easily cast aside.
Scripture Won’t Let You Endure Suffering on Your Own
Fellow believers might abandon you or cover you in happy talk. But the Bible offers companionship with saints who know sorrow.
Politics Has a Strong Grip on Our Hearts. The Gospel’s Grip Should Be Stronger.
How the church can shape public policy without losing its soul.
5 Books on Understanding the Human Brain
Chosen by Bradley L. Sickler, author of "God on the Brain: What Cognitive Science Does (and Does Not) Tell Us about Faith, Human Nature, and the Divine" (Crossway).
Your Unbelieving Friends Need More Stories Than Syllogisms
Why serving up a diet of hard, rationalistic Christianity might be counterproductive.
Paul’s Word to Police: Protect the Weak
As black Christians have long understood, the New Testament has a strong theology of law enforcement.
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One-on-One with Daniel Darling on 'A Way With Words'
How do Christians glorify God with our words, in person and online?
What a Leading Racial Reconciliation Advocate Learned from Her Critics
Brenda Salter McNeil says she put too much faith in an approach that downplayed justice in order to seem nonthreatening.
The Beating Heart of Progressive Politics Is in the Street, Not in the Pew
Religious people aren’t bit players in this movement. But they aren’t necessarily central figures either.
White Fragility: What Next?
To have a seat at the table, you have to sit down.
Work-Family Balance Was Never Easy. Then the Pandemic Hit.
Christian husband-wife duo share their research on how couples approach love and work.
White Fragility: The Order of Unity
Any hope for justice must begin with unity first.
White Fragility: Refusing to Choose a Side
White Fragility demonstrates the importance of understanding contexts, allyship, and reading widely.
Secular Faiths Are Remaking the American Religious Landscape
Tara Isabella Burton’s report on the ascendance of “Remixed” spirituality is equal parts fascinating and dismaying.
Sex Is the Earthly Glow of the Heavenly City
How a lovestruck literature student learned that lesson while walking Oxford’s cobblestone streets.
New & Noteworthy Fiction
Chosen by Erin Bartels, author of "We Hope for Better Things" and "The Words between Us."
White Fragility: Re-centering the Conversation
Observing White Fragility as a minority and as a missiologist.

Top Story October 25, 2020

Died: Luci Swindoll, Who Believed in God’s Grace and Being Herself
Died: Luci Swindoll, Who Believed in God’s Grace and Being Herself
Woman of Faith speaker celebrated life of singleness.

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