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Let My People Come and Go, Karabakh Christians Tell Azerbaijan
Let My People Come and Go, Karabakh Christians Tell Azerbaijan
As blockade begets an emerging humanitarian crisis, Artsakh’s Armenians receive groundswell of support.
Supernatural Signs Alone Cannot Save
Supernatural Signs Alone Cannot Save
As “The Chosen” reminds us, Jesus performed many miracles—and yet still some failed to believe.
Paid ContentWhy a Big Jesus Ad in the Super Bowl Matters to Christians
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Why a Big Jesus Ad in the Super Bowl Matters to Christians
Entering a divided cultural moment with a message of unconditional love.
Mind The Gap
The Bulletin Episode 12|50min
Mind The Gap
Tyre Nichols and our failure to love, mushrooms and the search for God, and Dr. Phil heads for the exit.
‘He Gets Us’ Super Bowl Ads Part of Billion-Dollar Campaign
‘He Gets Us’ Super Bowl Ads Part of Billion-Dollar Campaign
Hobby Lobby’s David Green and other Christian funders back three-year effort to reintroduce people to Jesus.
In Kenya, Sign Language Choir Helps Churches Embrace Deaf Culture
In Kenya, Sign Language Choir Helps Churches Embrace Deaf Culture
Over three decades, the Zion Praise Team has put its faith on display and challenged misconceptions around people with disabilities.
Wang Yi: The Faithfully Disobedient Chinese Pastor
Wang Yi: The Faithfully Disobedient Chinese Pastor
A new book records the reflections on church and state in China by the imprisoned pastor and other house church leaders.
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The Bible Condemns Police Brutality
The Bible Condemns Police Brutality
The Scriptures denounce officials who abuse their authority to harm rather than protect the people they serve.
A Poet for ‘Bruised Evangelicals’
A Poet for ‘Bruised Evangelicals’
Malcolm Guite has found himself a sort of tribal elder for younger generations of Christians.
What You May Be Getting Wrong About the Character of God
Viral JesusEpisode 58|1 hr 8min
What You May Be Getting Wrong About the Character of God
Bible teachers Ty Gibson and David Asscherick are passionate about introducing people to a loving and beautiful God who’s in pursuit of humanity.
Seeing Color Matters in Black History
Seeing Color Matters in Black History
This month, white Christians can love their Black siblings in the church by seeing their struggles in context.
The Struggles of Men Are a Problem for Everyone
The Struggles of Men Are a Problem for Everyone
From school and work to fatherhood and friendship, we need a vision of manhood that both sexes can celebrate.
Senator Coons’s Prayer Across the Aisles
The Russell Moore ShowEpisode 37|40min
Senator Coons’s Prayer Across the Aisles
Finding common ground in fragmented times.
Sometimes, God’s Provision Is Prozac
Sometimes, God’s Provision Is Prozac
My battle with postpartum anxiety challenged the limits I’d placed on how God can heal us.
Two Congregations Force LGBT Debate on Evangelical Covenant Church
Two Congregations Force LGBT Debate on Evangelical Covenant Church
Can human sexuality be a nonessential issue for a denomination that seeks to “stand in the center”?
Running on Empty with David Ramirez
The Slow WorkEpisode 4|42min
Running on Empty with David Ramirez
Limitations on the creative process often produce abundant beauty.
Pro-Life Protestor Acquitted in Federal Case
Pro-Life Protestor Acquitted in Federal Case
The case of Mark Houck was one of more than two dozen the DOJ has pursued against pro-life protestors since “Dobbs.”
Report: Jean Vanier’s L’Arche Hid ‘Mystical-Sexual’ Sect for Decades
Report: Jean Vanier’s L’Arche Hid ‘Mystical-Sexual’ Sect for Decades
An independent commission concluded that dozens of women were violated by Vanier and his mentor under exploitative spiritual disciplines.
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Is God a Woman or a Man?
Is God a Woman or a Man?
Two recent books discuss how our conception of gender relates to our perception of God.
God Is the Good Samaritan
God Is the Good Samaritan
And he teaches us to value diversity and individuality.
America’s Brash Grandiosity
America’s Brash Grandiosity
Looking to the monarchy can show us the pitfalls of prideful politics.
A Thai Christian Artist’s Inspiration for Jesus? The Buddhist Temples He Grew Up In
A Thai Christian Artist’s Inspiration for Jesus? The Buddhist Temples He Grew Up In
In a significant departure, Sawai Chinnawong grounds his artistry in his own culture.
Under Municipal Regulations, UK Abortion Clinics ‘Safe’ From Silent Prayer
Under Municipal Regulations, UK Abortion Clinics ‘Safe’ From Silent Prayer
Two British citizens face criminal penalties for violating buffer zones.
Changing the Conversation on Climate Change
Changing the Conversation on Climate Change
Q&A with evangelical organizer Tori Goebel on the difference 10 years makes and how a rising generation of Christians is looking for “avenues for action.”
How We Read the Bible Now
How We Read the Bible Now
Fewer people are using more types of media to access Scripture.
1,000 Typing Monkeys Can't Be Wrong
The Bulletin Episode 11|40min
1,000 Typing Monkeys Can't Be Wrong
Classified documents, Pride Night at the NHL, and ChatGPT.
Job’s Wife Urged Him to ‘Curse God and Die.’ Caregivers Get It.
Job’s Wife Urged Him to ‘Curse God and Die.’ Caregivers Get It.
It’s not necessary to condone her exhortations to curse God. But we should seek to understand them.
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‘For I Was Hungry’: The Verse Brazil’s Evangelicals Can Never Forget
‘For I Was Hungry’: The Verse Brazil’s Evangelicals Can Never Forget
Will we be remembered for our political aspirations or for feeding the famished?
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We Shudder at Abraham Sacrificing Isaac. But We Have Our Own Altars.
We Shudder at Abraham Sacrificing Isaac. But We Have Our Own Altars.
We may flinch at seeing the revered patriarch nearly end his own son’s life. But what do we miss when viewing this story through contemporary eyes?
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Joseph Forgave His Estranged Brothers. So Can You?
Joseph Forgave His Estranged Brothers. So Can You?
His response to his treacherous siblings invites us to reevaluate similar relationships in our lives.
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Hagar’s Unhappiness Helps Me Parent Fragile Kids
Hagar’s Unhappiness Helps Me Parent Fragile Kids
How an enslaved Old Testament woman's trials gave me insight into raising the “strawberry generation.”
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Read the Winners of Christianity Today’s Second International Essay Contest
Read the Winners of Christianity Today’s Second International Essay Contest
Wisdom, perspective, and theological understanding from Spanish, Portuguese, French, Chinese, and Indonesian writers.
AI Might Teach, But It Can’t Preach
AI Might Teach, But It Can’t Preach
No, our future children or grandchildren will not be evangelized by a robot.
What You May Be Getting Wrong About God’s Vision for the Church
Viral JesusEpisode 57|46min
What You May Be Getting Wrong About God’s Vision for the Church
Theologian Joel Muddamalle on recovering the church’s lingua franca and rejecting the sacred-and-secular divide.
Should Christians Support Making Birth Free?
Should Christians Support Making Birth Free?
In the wake of Roe’s 50th anniversary, four believing experts discuss the merits and challenges of the Make Birth Free proposal.
Put Not Your Trust in ChatGPT, for Now
Put Not Your Trust in ChatGPT, for Now
Q&A with a veteran AI engineer and entrepreneur, Tom Kehler, about the limits of the popular chatbot and the wonders of the human brain.
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Born Again and Again: Cambodian Evangelicals Celebrate 100 Years
Born Again and Again: Cambodian Evangelicals Celebrate 100 Years
In the century since the arrival of Protestant missionaries, the church has been wiped out by genocide and forced to rebuild. Now “it’s time for the gospel to shine.”
Survey: Hispanic Protestant Churches Are Young, First Gen, and Growing
Survey: Hispanic Protestant Churches Are Young, First Gen, and Growing
As the Latino population climbs in the US, researchers say their congregations excel at fostering community and engaging new people.
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Ross Douthat on American Religion and Where Martin Luther was Right and Wrong
The Russell Moore ShowEpisode 36|48min
Ross Douthat on American Religion and Where Martin Luther was Right and Wrong
The New York Times columnist talks popes, power, and politics.
After Shooting, Local Churches’ Lunar New Year Celebrations Turned Solemn
After Shooting, California Churches’ Lunar New Year Celebrations Turned Solemn
Blocks away from the Monterey Park and Alhambra crime scenes, some Asian American pastors adjusted services and offered prayers to address the tragedy.
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United Methodists Lose 1,800 Churches in Split Over LGBT Stance
United Methodists Lose 1,800 Churches in Split Over LGBT Stance
The initial departures, mostly concentrated in the South, represent around 6 percent of the denomination—not as dramatic as the “schism” some feared.
Libraries Aren’t Safe, But They Are Good
Libraries Aren’t Safe, But They Are Good
Amid controversies and threats of defunding, Christian public librarians work for the good of their communities.
Work Hard, Pray Hard: How Pentecostalism Took Off Among California Laborers
Work Hard, Pray Hard: How Pentecostalism Took Off Among California Laborers
Mexican Americans looked to the vibrant faith for hope, healing, and respite, writes scholar Lloyd Barba.
The Church Was Meant to Enjoy Its Diversity, Not Wish It Away.
The Church Was Meant to Enjoy Its Diversity, Not Wish It Away.
America is set to be minority white by 2045. Evangelicals need to stop thinking that’s a bad thing.
Baptisms Turn Deadly with South African Floods
Baptisms Turn Deadly with South African Floods
Christians must find ways to adapt to impacts of climate change, experts say.
US Allows Individuals to Sponsor Refugees
US Allows Individuals to Sponsor Refugees
Americans can now independently resettle those fleeing war and persecution. Christian resettlement agencies are largely on board.
In Church Planting, More Money Means More People
In Church Planting, More Money Means More People
But a recent ECFA study can’t quantify intangible signs of growth.
We Live in Babylon, Not Israel
We Live in Babylon, Not Israel
Biblical history reminds Christians to serve and build a kingdom not of this world.

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Let My People Come and Go, Karabakh Christians Tell Azerbaijan
Let My People Come and Go, Karabakh Christians Tell Azerbaijan
As blockade begets an emerging humanitarian crisis, Artsakh’s Armenians receive groundswell of support.

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