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Be Careful About Reading the Bible as a Political GuideSubscriber Access Only
Without a mature understanding of God’s purpose for governments, we’ll default to the commonplace views of our culture.
Despite a Murder and Visa Denials, Christians Persevere in TurkeySubscriber Access Only
After Andrew Brunson's release, foreign evangelists find it increasingly difficult to stay and serve.
Christian Martyr Numbers Down by Half in a Decade. Or Are They?Subscriber Access Only
New report shows dramatic change, but some are skeptical.
Our March Issue: Us vs. UsSubscriber Access Only
How to let go of our precious personal versions of orthodoxy.
Even for Christians, Trump Has Become a Dating Deal-Breaker
More American couples set out to be “equally yoked” on political matters too.
Celibate Priests: What You Need to Know
After the Amazonian Synod, the Catholic stance on clerical celibacy remains unchanged. Here's how CT has covered this issue over the years.
Google, Tyson, and Target Rank as Top Corporations for Religious Inclusion
List highlights the minority of Fortune 100 companies that include faith in diversity initiatives.
Are Nationalism and Populism the Cure for What Ails the West?
The “strong gods” of old are knocking at the door. We ought to be wary of letting them inside.
The Table: On King and Country
Our conversation on political obligations continues. Today: Carlos Campo and Andrew Walker.
Breaking Out of the White Evangelical Echo Chamber
Putting faithful witness ahead of political expediency starts with changing surroundings, words, and friendships.
27 Countries Join International Religious Freedom Alliance
Poland will host the next IRF ministerial in Warsaw this summer.
Partner ContentTish Harrison Warren Interrupts the Cultural Narrative
In the face of professional success and personal tragedy, this author and priest is more reliant on liturgy than ever.
Pretending to be a Pentecostal Preacher Is Not a Good Way to Interrogate Suspected Terrorists
A Guantanamo Bay report reminds us our desperation has led to dark places.
Loving Enemies Is Hard at Post-Impeachment Prayer Breakfast
Trump seems skeptical about Jesus' mandate.
Split Down the Aisle by Impeachment, Senate Still United in Prayer
Chaplain balances bipartisan alliances with trust in God’s will.
Closing the Bible Gap in the Gulf
One of the world’s best Bible projects serves illiterate Indian migrants in the labor camps of Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates, and beyond.
Religious Freedom Comes to Europe’s Second-Newest Nation. But Christians Are Concerned.
Montenegro’s Orthodox and evangelicals debate if new religion law is a blessing or a church-stealing curse.
Christian Nonprofits Reeling from Trump Cuts to Foreign Aid
Work in Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador was starting to bring change, agencies say.
Buhari: Pastor Andimi’s Faith Should Inspire All Nigerians
President of Nigeria eulogizes Brethren leader executed by Boko Haram, and criticizes terrorist efforts to divide Christians and Muslims in Africa’s most populous state.
All Across Nigeria, Christians Marched Sunday to Protest Persecution
(UPDATED) RCCG’s Enoch Adeboye participates, President Buhari disputes Christian Association of Nigeria rallies in 28 states.

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We Need to Read the Bible Jesus Read
We Need to Read the Bible Jesus Read
The Old Testament is vital for understanding the New Testament. It’s also indispensable all by itself.

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