Church Life+Ministry

Don't Mimic Modern Universities
Natural Born Sinners
Gordon Aeschliman in Cairo
Earthquake in the Mainline
After a year of debate and division, a Presbyterian theologian explores what went wrong at last year's controversial Re-Imagining conference.
In the Name of Sophia
Seeking a biblical understanding of holy wisdom
Virgin Birth Under Dispute
The new Jesus seminar discounts the Virgin birth
Southern Discomfort
Get Real
ARTICLE: Shouting Heresy in the Temple of Darwin
Naturalism has become the civil religion of our universities. A game plan for Christian response
ARTICLE: The Good Capitalist
Michael Novak's theology of liberation
ARTICLE: Why They Helped the Jews
What we can learn from the Righteous Gentiles of the Holocaust.
Re-engineering the Seminary?
Crisis of credibility forces change.
Is Word-Faith Movement Out on a Limb
PHILIP YANCEY: The Power of Writing
EDITORIAL: Abusing Human Rights
BOOKS: Great Scots
BOOKS: Nun the Wiser
BOOKS: The Mind of Christ

Top Story May 28, 2024

Pastors Will Try to Spare South Africa’s Tense Elections from Violence
Pastors Will Try to Spare South Africa’s Tense Elections from Violence
Oscar Siwali is mobilizing conflict mediators as the country goes to the polls. He only wishes his organization could train more.

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