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Transhumanism and the Cult of ‘Better, Faster, Stronger’Subscriber Access Only
Why the church should resist technologies that aim to liberate us from ordinary, embodied life.
Of course, Incarnation is followed by the Resurrection, which does indeed feature something like an upgraded human body—even as it still bears the mark of wounds in hands, feet, and
Making Missions Count: How a Major Database Tracked Thailand’s Church-Planting RevivalSubscriber Access Only
A movement in Southeast Asia shows how real-time reporting is building Great Commission connections.
Making Missions Count: How a Major Database Tracked Thailand's Church-Planting Revival. A movement in Southeast Asia shows how real-time reporting
Theology of the FutureSubscriber Access Only
Bible scholars, theologians, and philosophers used to work together. N.T. Wright believes they need to do so again.
Theology of the Future. Bible scholars, theologians, and philosophers used to work together. NT Wright believes they need to do so again. NT Wright| March
Lessons from Evangelicalism’s PR GuruSubscriber Access Only
Mark DeMoss represented Christian organizations through highs and lows, but we’re all tasked with representing Christ.
Lessons from Evangelicalism's PR Guru. Mark DeMoss represented Christian organizations through highs and lows, but we're all tasked with representing Christ.
How the Bible Project Is Using Video to Get People into Scripture AgainSubscriber Access Only
The Portland-based animation studio is seeing unprecedented success in an age of biblical illiteracy.
How the Bible Project Is Using Video to Get People into Scripture Again. The Portland-based animation studio is seeing unprecedented success in an age of biblical illiteracy.
Is the Cross Enough?Subscriber Access Only
The truth of the gospel requires telling the whole story.
Is the Cross Enough? The truth of the gospel requires telling the whole story. Kelly Kapic| March 15, 2019. Image: Illustration by Sarah Gordon. Sitting
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Responses to our January/February issue.
The 2019 Book Awards. I just want to applaud Lauren Pusateri's photography for this feature. I clicked for the book reviews, but LP's images here are compelling art in their own right.
Are We the Ultraviolet Light of the World? Or the X-Rays?
An astronomer ponders one of Jesus' most memorable sayings.
Are We the Ultraviolet Light of the World? Or the X-Rays? An astronomer ponders one of Jesus' most memorable sayings. Efrain Gautzz| March 8, 2019. Image: NASA, ESA, CXC / Flickr.
One-on-One with Juan Martinez on the Faith of Latino Emerging Adults
“Young Latino transnational believers in Christ have the relational life skills necessary to be transcultural missionaries and intercultural leaders.”
Our launching theme is Emerging Adults: Formation for Mission. We will feature top researchers, scholars, and practitioners across a variety of disciplines speaking into this issue.
This Church Mother Comforted the Grieving with Scientific Thinking
Macrina’s famous brothers approved the words in the Nicene Creed: ‘maker of all things visible and invisible.’ But she explained why it matters.
This Church Mother Comforted the Grieving with Scientific Thinking. Macrina's famous brothers approved the words in the Nicene Creed: 'maker of all
One-on-One with Russell Jeung on Emerging Adults in the Church
“This generation is less likely to affiliate with established religious groupings than previous ones, even if they do have a sense of spirituality.”
Our launching theme is Emerging Adults: Formation for Mission. We will feature top researchers, scholars, and practitioners across a variety of disciplines speaking into this issue.
One-on-One with Kristen Padilla on Women in Vocational Ministry
Author of ‘Now That I’m Called’ on how churches can better engage and deploy women in vocational ministry.
to walk through. Tish Harrison Warren describes it similarly in her feature in my book as being in a bush with a machete trying to find a path. As I went
Can Anti-Aging Treatments Offer Abundant Life?Subscriber Access Only
Science seeks to fix aging and death. But a Christian vision of the good life might actually embrace them.
Can Anti-Aging Treatments Offer Abundant Life? Science seeks to fix aging and death. But a Christian vision of the good life might actually embrace them.
How Cracking Wheat’s Genetic Code Reminds Us Who We Are
This grain’s genome echoes of the strength found in the diversity of God’s people.
How Cracking Wheat's Genetic Code Reminds Us Who We Are. This grain's genome echoes of the strength found in the diversity of God's people. Abigail
The Anvil of the Evangelical Mind
Schools and scholars can help the Christ-centered movement become all the more Jesusy.
The Anvil of the Evangelical Mind. Schools and scholars can help the Christ-centered movement become all the more Jesusy. Mark Galli| February 15
Florida’s Oldest Place to Grow OldSubscriber Access Only
Dowling Park was a retirement community built around widows and orphans. A century later, it’s a model for intergenerational ministry.
Florida's Oldest Place to Grow Old. Dowling Park was a retirement community built around widows and orphans. A century later, it's a model for intergenerational ministry.
Back by Popular Demand—Church Signs!
It's been far too long, back their back!
They never cease to end, though, and I think we all enjoy seeing them. So tweet me some good ones and we will get this feature started again. In the meantime, enjoy the ones below.
Is It Time for Evangelicals to Strategically Withdraw from the Culture?Subscriber Access Only
Four evangelical thinkers consider what Rod Dreher's Benedict Option means for the church.
Mark Galli, Editor. Read more from this special feature: The Benedict Option's False Dichotomy. The Benedict Option Falls Short of Real Pluralism. The Benedict Option's Blind Spots.
Jewish Christians Are Recovering Their Distinctive Religious HeritageSubscriber Access Only
A growing group of Jews who believe in Jesus is crossing boundaries to revive their identity and restore unity in the church.
Jewish Christians Are Recovering Their Distinctive Religious Heritage. A growing group of Jews who believe in Jesus is crossing boundaries to revive
Saving RetirementSubscriber Access Only
Growing old is not what it used to be. For millions of retirees, that may actually be good news.
Saving Retirement. Growing old is not what it used to be. For millions of retirees, that may actually be good news. Jeff Haanen| February 15, 2019. Image: Audrey Shtecinjo / Stocksy.
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Religious Freedom Isn’t Just for Christians
Religious Freedom Isn’t Just for Christians
A Supreme Court cruelty reveals how we can love our neighbors.
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