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ERLC Retracts Announcement Firing President Brent Leatherwood
ERLC Retracts Announcement Firing President Brent Leatherwood
UPDATE: The chair of the board of trustees, Kevin Smith, has resigned.
African Bible Colleges Don’t Have Enough Books
African Bible Colleges Don’t Have Enough Books
In an absence of resources, leaders struggle to train pastors.
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He Told Richard Nixon to Confess
He Told Richard Nixon to Confess
Most ministers were silent about Watergate. Why was one evangelical pastor different?
Homelessness Hits Record High, Straining Rescue Missions
Homelessness Hits Record High, Straining Rescue Missions
It’s not migrants. Christian shelters are seeing more single moms who can’t shoulder the cost of living.
‘This Is the Day’ for Filipinos to Develop Their Own Worship Music
‘This Is the Day’ for Filipinos to Develop Their Own Worship Music
In a country known for loving Western praise music—Hillsong’s second-biggest market—a grassroots movement is singing new tunes.
Canadian Christian Colleges Hit Hard by New Immigration Restrictions
Canadian Christian Colleges Hit Hard by New Immigration Restrictions
International undergraduates were part of many schools’ plans for sustainability. A new government rule changes that.
Biden Drops Out
The Bulletin Episode 94|23min
Biden Drops Out
President Joe Biden withdraws from the 2024 presidential race.
Historic First Baptist Dallas Sanctuary Burns in Four-Alarm Fire
Historic First Baptist Dallas Sanctuary Burns in Four-Alarm Fire
The 134-year-old landmark, now a nearby secondary meeting space for the church, went up in flames in downtown Dallas.
In Pennsylvania, Locals Remember Corey Comperatore’s ‘Greater Love’
In Pennsylvania, Locals Remember Corey Comperatore’s ‘Greater Love’
Communities surrounding Trump’s rally site feel the shock of the tragic shooting.
Is God Calling Me to Obscurity or Influence?
Is God Calling Me to Obscurity or Influence?
I want to write to build up the body of Christ, but platform building takes time away from my local congregation.
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Pakistan’s Presbyterians Have United. Reconciling Will Take Time.
Pakistan’s Presbyterians Have United. Reconciling Will Take Time.
After 60 years of division, leaders hope that coming together will strengthen the church's witness.
Your Party Will Not Win This Election
Your Party Will Not Win This Election
And that’s a good thing—because how we think about victory is not only delusional but damaging.
Chaos Menu
The Bulletin Episode 93|51min
Chaos Menu
RNC recap, Dr. Ruth and Richard Simmons die, and Christian higher ed’s survival.
Evangelicals Agree That Biden Should Drop Out
Evangelicals Agree That Biden Should Drop Out
Poll: Black Protestants are among the only groups who remain confident in the president’s mental capacities.
An Alternative to the Bonhoeffer Option
An Alternative to the Bonhoeffer Option
Christians today can learn from WWII-era theologian K.H. Miskotte about resisting without resorting to political violence.
Put Away Your Swords
Put Away Your Swords
Jesus used his final moments with his disciples before the crucifixion to heal his opponent’s ear—and model the way of love.
Hillbillies Deserve More than an Elegy
Hillbillies Deserve More than an Elegy
VP candidate J.D. Vance’s best-selling memoir told a compelling story about my home region in Appalachia. But it was not the whole story.
A Renewed Invitation to Seek the Kingdom
A Renewed Invitation to Seek the Kingdom
In these fractured times, we want to focus on Jesus’ call to chase after his will.
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CT Design, Redesign, and Re-redesign, from 1956 to Today
CT Design, Redesign, and Re-redesign, from 1956 to Today
How the look and feel of the magazine have changed with the times.
James Davison Hunter on Challenges to Democracy
The Russell Moore ShowEpisode 115|44min
James Davison Hunter on Challenges to Democracy
The author and sociologist gets to the roots of the American crisis.
J.D. Vance, the VP Pick for a Party Made in Trump’s Image
J.D. Vance, the VP Pick for a Party Made in Trump’s Image
The Catholic convert brings a fighter persona and outsider’s view to politics.
The Art of Fashioning the Soul
The Art of Fashioning the Soul
An excerpt on faith and sight from Becoming by Beholding: The Power of the Imagination in Spiritual Formation.
El Salvador’s Prisons Are Full. Prison Ministries Are Not.
El Salvador’s Prisons Are Full. Prison Ministries Are Not.
Christian organizations are struggling to reach prisoners in a country where 1 in 56 people is in jail.
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Our Culture Is Obsessed with Being Seen. But Jesus Calls Us to Be Hidden.
Our Culture Is Obsessed with Being Seen. But Jesus Calls Us to Be Hidden.
In an age of social media celebrity and showy spirituality, we are invited into a holy unawareness.
Response to the Trump Assassination Attempt
The Bulletin Episode 92|31min
Response to the Trump Assassination Attempt
The Trump assassination attempt, violence, and rage in America.
Christian Duty in a Spiral Toward Unrest
Christian Duty in a Spiral Toward Unrest
Political violence looms large in our national history, to our shame. It does not have to define our future.
Trump’s Would-Be Assassin and the Twisted Quest for Human Glory
Trump’s Would-Be Assassin and the Twisted Quest for Human Glory
Political violence offers a false sense of meaning. The church must model a different kind of glory.
‘We Praise You That Trump Is Gonna Be All Right’
‘We Praise You That Trump Is Gonna Be All Right’
Evangelicals respond to the apparent assassination attempt at the former president’s campaign rally in Pennsylvania.
One-on-One with Frank Bruni
The Bulletin Episode 91|43min
One-on-One with Frank Bruni
The New York Times columnist talks about his new book on grievance and how to talk across differences.
One Body, Many Denominational Meetings
One Body, Many Denominational Meetings
Our anxiety over church factions should lead us to dependence on Christ.
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He Told Richard Nixon to Confess
He Told Richard Nixon to Confess
Most ministers were silent about Watergate. Why was one evangelical pastor different?

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