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‘How Could All the Prophets Be Wrong About Trump?’
‘How Could All the Prophets Be Wrong About Trump?’
After the 2020 election, a remnant of charismatic leaders are trying to revive their movement from within.
Why Defining Gossip Matters in the Church’s Response to Abuse
Why Defining Gossip Matters in the Church’s Response to Abuse
Have we tamed the tongue too much? Christians work to recover a biblical understanding of harmful hearsay vs. healthy criticism.
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The Cohabitation Dilemma Comes for America’s Pastors
The Cohabitation Dilemma Comes for America’s Pastors
More evangelicals are living together before marriage. Church leaders struggle to respond.
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Paul’s Letter to a Prejudiced Church
Paul’s Letter to a Prejudiced Church
How the apostle’s instructions on the Lord’s Supper speak to multiethnic congregations today.
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The Multiethnic Church Movement Hasn’t Lived up to Its Promise
The Multiethnic Church Movement Hasn’t Lived up to Its Promise
Multiracial churches have not been good news for everyone. What can we do about it?
When Violent Nationalism Backfired for God’s People
When Violent Nationalism Backfired for God’s People
Jesus saw the disastrous end of faith-fueled zealotry and warned against it.
Why the Children of Immigrants Are Returning to Their Religious Roots
Why the Children of Immigrants Are Returning to Their Religious Roots
Many second- and third-generation Americans leave the ethnic congregations of their parents for white-led churches, only to come back.
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Dispelling the Smog of Falsehood and ‘Fake News’
Dispelling the Smog of Falsehood and ‘Fake News’
Old-fashioned preaching and discipleship can confront the conspiracies that threaten how we know truth.
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Unearthing the Faithful Foundations of a Historic Black Church
Unearthing the Faithful Foundations of a Historic Black Church
In Colonial Williamsburg, a neglected Christian past is being restored.

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Patrons’ Saints: Christians Turn to Patreon, Substack, and Kickstarter
Patrons’ Saints: Christians Turn to Patreon, Substack, and Kickstarter
As more evangelical figures embrace crowdfunding, is the format demanding too much of them?

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