A Brief History of the Christian Blogosphere
Religion reporter Sarah Pulliam Bailey on how blogs and social media have changed the church--and our country.
One daughter of this phenomena was Her.meneutics, a Christianity Today blog specifically centering the voices of women writers, which ran until last year.
10 Books Worth Reading This Summer
Our July book list: Her.meneutics writers recommend their favorites.
Our July book list: Her.meneutics writers recommend their favorites. Her.meneutics writers. Image: Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources / Flickr.
Our Top 10 Articles of 2016
Readers and editors rank the best posts of the year.
We transitioned from Her.meneutics to CT Women and brought in more reported pieces, new devotional content, excerpts from recently published books, and more incisive opinion
Her.meneutics Summer Writing Contest 2015
Tell us: What do you wish the church knew?
Her.meneutics Summer Writing Contest 2015. As a site dedicated to the perspectives of evangelical women, we at Her.meneutics believe we have a lot to learn from one another.
Katelyn Beaty’s Final Show
A CT pioneer on her three most meaningful articles, how the Internet affects her job, and that time the date went missing from the magazine’s front cover.
Christianity Today's first female and youngest print managing editor, the leader of This Is Our City and founder of Her.meneutics, and one of CT's first podcast hosts, Beaty cemented her
From Her.meneutics, with Love
Valentine’s Day dedications to some of our favorites.
Opinion | Pop Culture. From Her.meneutics, with Love. As the editor of Her.meneutics, I'm inspired by the fellow publications and ministries for women I follow on social media.
Things Our Mothers Told Us
Stories and advice from our interviews with moms.
Opinion | Family. Things Our Mothers Told Us. Stories and advice from our interviews with moms. Her.meneutics editors. Image: Mateus Lunardi Dutra / Flickr.
Daily (Eternal) Investments
She's written four books and has been a regular contributor to CT's Her.meneutics blog. Connect with her at MichelleVanLoon.com, via Facebook, or on Twitter.
The 5 Truths Stay-at-Home and Working Moms Can Agree On
After interviewing 120 women, I saw glimmers of a truce in the Mommy Wars.
other—to face another day. Katelyn Beaty is print managing editor of Christianity Today magazine and co-founder of Her.meneutics. Her book, A Woman's
Meet our team of advisors and editors here. Our archives include articles from CT's Her.meneutics and Today's Christian Woman. How to Write for Us.
A Doctor's View on Hormonal Contraception
The ethical and personal questions that arise with the advent of hormonal contraceptive methods.
Dr. Emily Gibson has written about contraception for her.meneutics in the past, and I asked her to offer her perspective as a physician when it comes to the questions Christians might
The Great Big Her.meneutics Summer Reading List
Beyond chick lit: Books actually worth reading and savoring during lazy summer days.
Opinion | Pop Culture. The Great Big Her.meneutics Summer Reading List. Beyond chick lit: Books actually worth reading and savoring during lazy summer days.
Finding Healing in Front of the Camera
A Christian considers the benefits of boudoir photography.
This post is part of a weekly Her.meneutics series called The Sex We Don't Talk About, designed to feature female perspectives on aspects of sex and sexuality that can go overlooked
A Toast to My Journey with Wine
Calling for a more moderate discussion about moderate drinking.
com. In Replacing Sunday Mornings, an earlier article Addie wrote for Her.meneutics, she discusses leaving and returning to church. [Image source].
I Stopped Using Natural Family Planning
But I am grateful for what it taught me about my body and God’s role in welcoming children.
My her.meneutics colleague, Liuan Huska, joins the conversation today in describing the choices she and her husband have made to first use NFP and then a barrier method as forms
Sandals Instead of Sponsorships: The Sseko Story
Behind the fair-trade company that’s helping educate women in Uganda.
a meaningless thing you would have done anyway, has now become a tangible way to manifest a belief that you have about the world,” she said in an interview with Her.meneutics.