The Generous Genius of Jürgen Moltmann
Memories and reflections of the famed theologian from his last overseas doctoral student and friend of 33 years.
Tim Keller Practiced the Grace He Preached
In an increasingly divisive world, the pastor theologian’s legacy was walking the higher road—the one less traveled.
Brother Andrew Changed Me. His Approach Can Change India.
Gandhi wanted Christians to live more like Jesus. “God’s smuggler” showed me how.
Kallistos Ware: Theologian Who Explained the Orthodox Way to Other Christians
English bishop and Oxford scholar cultivated unity, dialogue, and respect between the ancient faith and evangelicals.
Doubt Be Not Proud
Frederick Buechner diffused the power of disbelief and brought hope to wandering hearts.
Ron Sider Was the Real Deal
As a friend of the late seminary professor, I saw up close his deep character and life-long care for the disenfranchised.
Remembering Abouna Makary, Coptic Priest Loved by Egypt’s Evangelicals
Favorite Orthodox figure on Arabic Christian TV eulogized by fellow evangelist Sameh Maurice after COVID-19 death.
Remembering Rubén Proietti, Unifier of Latin America’s Churches
Respected leader with ACIERA, CONELA, and the Luis Palau Association is the latest of hundreds of pastors in Argentina to die from COVID-19.
Remembering ‘Prof’ Andrew Walls, Founder of the Study of World Christianity
(UPDATED) Dozens of scholars praise the Scottish historian of missions for his groundbreaking research re-centering Christianity from West to South and for his personal support.
Philip Yancey: My Benediction to the Beloved Storyteller, Walter Wangerin Jr.
A tribute to the late author of “The Book of the Dun Cow,” “Jesus: A Novel,” and “Water, Come Down!”
Remembering Richard N. Longenecker, Scholar Who Rethought Judaism and the Apostle Paul
He never forgot that when he was studying the New Testament, he was studying Holy Scripture.
Remembering Marva Dawn, a Saint of Modern Worship
Her teachings pushed us beyond worship wars and individualism with keen observations, a generous spirit, and an otherworldly devotion to Jesus.
John Stott Would Want Us to Stop, Study, and Struggle
As his study assistant, I saw how the steadfast suffering of careful thinking resulted in balanced biblical Christianity.
DMX Bared His Sins and Soul to Make His Music a Testimony
How the life and lyrics of the late rapper challenge our notions of sanctification and struggle.
How Luis Palau Shaped the Faith of Lee Strobel, Luis Bush, and Many More
12 evangelical leaders on what they’ll remember most about the mass evangelist.
He Loved Muslims Because He Loved Jesus. The Bible Showed Him How.
Remembering the pilgrimage and legacy of Rick Love, who founded Peace Catalyst after years as international director of Frontiers.
Remembering Bruce Fields
The theologian, who died last week, was a reflective and humble man.
What Edith Blumhofer Taught Me on Writing About Strong Women
A tribute to a pathbreaking Pentecostal historian who also knew the value of a cannoli to a grad student.
Who Evangelicals Lost in 2019
Remembering scholar Lamin Sanneh, theologian Jean Vanier, evangelist Reinhard Bonnke, and others.
Remembering Larry Hurtado, Leading Researcher of Early Christian Worship
The Edinburgh New Testament professor modeled faithful scholarship with his work on historic devotion to Jesus.

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