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He Was My Pope, Too
Now that John Paul II is gone, I am even more of an orphan than the Christians in the Roman church.
How the Pope Turned Me Into An Evangelical
A Christianity Today associate editor recalls growing up Catholic in John Paul II's Poland.
In Memoriam: Jacques Derrida (1930-2004)
Remembering a philosopher who never forgot about death.
How the Late Carl Henry Helped Invent Evangelicalism
No one was more pivotal to the emerging movement than Carl F.H. Henry
Godly Chutzpah
"Mike Yaconelli took risks, and tens of thousands of evangelicals loved him for it."
Billy Graham Mourns Johnny Cash
The evangelist mourns a longtime friend

Top Story June 24, 2024

After Roe’s Reversal, Most Churches Still Aren’t Involved with a Local Pregnancy Center
After Roe’s Reversal, Most Churches Still Aren’t Involved with a Local Pregnancy Center
Over two years of new state-level restrictions, younger Christians, Hispanics, and megachurch attendees are more likely to say their congregation supports their community’s alternative to abortion clinics.

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