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Our June Issue: In the Body of Christ, We’re All ConnectedSubscriber Access Only
The networks and bonds between hundreds of millions of Christians never stop surprising us.
Take, for example, our new print managing editor, Andy Olsen. And while I'm clarifying, I should probably also note that Andy Olsen and I share a surname but aren't related.
Our July/August Issue: Tragedy's Many Angles
When it takes more than one story to tell a story.
arts. Because some questions are too big to ask only once. Andy Olsen is Managing Editor of Christianity Today. Follow him on Twitter @AndyROlsen.
Study: Clinton Voters Much More Likely to Leave Evangelicalism than Trump Voters
How political divides impact religious affiliation and attendance.
Images. Editor's note: Due to a computational error made in the original April 30 posting, certain figures and charts have been updated as of May 3. The
The Case for Electing Beth Moore as President of the Southern Baptist Convention
Despite two strong candidates, if ever there were a time for a woman at the helm of the SBC, it’d be now.
[Editor's note: Next week, delegates at the annual meeting may consider resolutions “On Affirming the Dignity of Women and the Holiness of Ministers” as well as “On the 100th
Our June Issue: Modern ManhoodSubscriber Access Only
Navigating men’s ministry in uncertain times.
A 1991 piece by Mark Galli (now editor in chief) lamented the disappearance of men from the pews and hinted that men, who tended toward superficial relationships, might be lonely.
The 10 Celebrities Evangelicals Trust Most and Least on Politics
Survey ranks political endorsements from Trump to Oprah to Jerry Falwell Jr.
(27%). (Editor's note: Morning Consult's survey, conducted online from February 28 to March 2, relied on a multiethnic sample of 565 evangelicals for its questions for all current and
The Power of Our InabilitySubscriber Access Only
The glory and failing of the human body—it’s all God’s grace.
The Power of Our Inability. The glory and failing of the human body—it's all God's grace. Mark Galli| April 20, 2018. For most of us, life is largely a long
Evangelicalism Is Far Deeper, Wider, and Greater Than the Foibles of the MomentSubscriber Access Only
An excerpt from 'Still Evangelical?'
2017. Image: Colton Williams. Editor's note: This excerpt is taken from Karen Swallow Prior's chapter, “Why I Am an Evangelical.”. I came to Christian faith
50 Years After MLK, Sunday Segregation Isn’t Theological
According to sociology’s top survey, black and white evangelicals have more in common than politics conveys.
According to sociology's top survey, black and white evangelicals have more in common than politics conveys.
Southern Baptist Leader Frank Page Resigns over ‘Morally Inappropriate Relationship’
President and CEO of SBC Executive Committee confesses he “initially announced my retirement earlier today without a complete explanation.”
Editor's note: Ed Stetzer, executive director of the Billy Graham Center at Wheaton College and former president of LifeWay Research (and a CT blogger) stated:
Racial Difference Without Division
The power of an ethnicity-honoring witness.
Editor's Note: This article is part of “Change Makers,” our CT special issue focused on some of the ways women are influencing the church, their communities, and the world.
Congrats, Billy: Stats Show Your Evangelical Movement Is Still Going Strong
Born-again believers have kept the faith over four decades, while most religious switching has been between mainline Protestants and the “nones.”
Editor's note: In 2014, CT reported how a massive survey by the Pew Research Center found that American evangelicals were weathering the “rise of the nones” much better than other
Taylor University Still Shaken by Unsanctioned Conservative Newspaper
Controversy over the anonymous handout, “Excalibur,” has the campus pushing for public dialogue.
Controversy over the anonymous handout, “Excalibur,” has the campus pushing for public dialogue.
Supporting the Opposite Gender in the Christian Workplace
What ministries can learn from the Harvey Weinstein scandal.
What ministries can learn from the Harvey Weinstein scandal. CT Editors | October 19, 2017. Editor's note: This podcast makes reference to sexual assault.
Never on Pause
In seasons of unpaid work or at-home care, your calling is still significant.
Editor's Note: This article is part of “Change Makers,” our recent CT special issue focused on some of the ways women are influencing the church, their communities, and the world.
Piper: My Hopeful Response to Lecrae Pulling Away from ‘White Evangelicalism’
Lecrae’s decision has roots. And it has fruit.
Editor's note: CT's Quick to Listen podcast discussed the significance of Lecrae's transition with theology professor Carl Ellis. Listen here or on iTunes.
Should the Lord’s Prayer Be Changed?
Experts weigh in on Pope Francis' recent support for changing the wording "lead us not into temptation."
Seminary. Editor's Note: These remarks have been edited for length and clarity. Further discussion about this topic from Dr. Wallace can be found on his blog.
Our March Issue: The Gospel for ‘Every Area of Life’Subscriber Access Only
We still believe that the basic solution to the world’s crises—and our own—is theological.
Our March Issue: The Gospel for 'Every Area of Life'. We still believe that the basic solution to the world's crises—and our own—is theological. Ted Olsen| February 20, 2018.
My Larry Nassar Testimony Went Viral. But There’s More to the Gospel Than Forgiveness.
Former gymnast Rachael Denhollander spent years discovering God’s perspective on sexual abuse. Then her advocacy for survivors cost her her church.
Was this the Sovereign Grace Ministries (SGM) scandal? Yes, it was. [Editor's note: Denhollander clarified that she and her husband did not attend a SGM church, but a Louisville
Online Tribalism Threatens Women’s Ministry
From our special issue: reflections on discipleship in a fractured age.
Editor's Note: This article is part of “Change Makers,” our recent CT special issue focused on some of the ways women are influencing the church, their communities, and the world.
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The ‘Protestant Work Ethic’ Really Does Fight Poverty
The ‘Protestant Work Ethic’ Really Does Fight Poverty
How Christian discipleship affects household income.
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