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Each week the editors of Christianity Today go beyond hashtags and hot-takes and set aside time to explore the reality behind a major cultural event.

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Why We Can’t Stop Talking about ‘Hipster’ Pastors
Episode 239 | 58 min
Why We Can’t Stop Talking about ‘Hipster’ Pastors
Hillsong’s celebrity pastors remind us how style can be both a status symbol and liability in ministry.
Spiritual Formation as COVID-19 Gets More Depressing
Episode 238 | 40 min
Spiritual Formation as COVID-19 Gets More Depressing
How to seek transformation when you’re burned out by the pandemic.
Evangelicals and Election Day 2020: What We Know
Episode 237 |1 hr 4 min
Evangelicals and Election Day 2020: What We Know
Four Christianity Today journalists and one researcher talk through what they’ve learned so far.
Confronting the Darkness in a Year Full of Death
Episode 236 | 47 min
Confronting the Darkness in a Year Full of Death
Making sense of a year where millions have lost loved ones to a virus.
Armenian Christians Are Especially Worried About War
Episode 235 | 56 min
Armenian Christians Are Especially Worried About War
The current conflict with Azerbaijan is rekindling fears, a century after genocide.
Amy Coney Barrett and the Christian Legal Community
Episode 234 |1 hr 2 min
Amy Coney Barrett and the Christian Legal Community
How the Supreme Court nominee reflects the movement’s shifting values and priorities.
When Those in Power Get Sick
Episode 233 | 53 min
When Those in Power Get Sick
Do Old Testament stories about kings’ illnesses help us understand COVID-19 in the White House?
After the Allegations Against Ravi Zacharias
Episode 232 | 52 min
After the Allegations Against Ravi Zacharias
A look inside CT’s reporting and what it means for Christian witness and evangelism.
Bethel’s Sean Feucht’s Protests and Praises Have a History
Episode 231 | 52 min
Bethel’s Sean Feucht’s Protests and Praises Have a History
The musician has been traveling the country and gathering people to worship God. It’s sparked controversy.
The Fire This Time: How Climate Change Shifts Our Understanding of Suffering
Episode 230 | 56 min
The Fire This Time: How Climate Change Shifts Our Understanding of Suffering
Where is God as hundreds of thousands of acres on the West Coast go up in smoke?

Top Story December 1, 2020

Meet the People Who Minister in America’s Food Chain
Meet the People Who Minister in America’s Food Chain
How pastors, farmers, and activists on both coasts are caring for migrant farm workers.
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