Retirement for Those Who Can’t
Do Christian understandings of work and aging accommodate those who can’t afford to leave their jobs behind?
Bound: Modern Families, Elder Care, and Loss, joined theology editor Caleb Lindgren and editor in chief So, there was a very helpful set of letters from people and I'm really glad we're
A New Set of Spotlights on Elisabeth Elliot
What we learn about her life and work from two releases of previously unpublished writings.
context (imagine conducting an argument with your significant other by way of letters that take Editor Jennifer Lyell's light touch has preserved Elliot's spoken voice, with its dry, self
The Anvil of the Evangelical Mind
Schools and scholars can help the Christ-centered movement become all the more Jesusy.
sayings go hand-in-hand with Paul's repeated affirmation that we are “in Christ,” a phrase he uses more than 200 times in his letters. Mark Galli is editor in chief of Christianity Today.
I Fled My Country, But Not My Marriage
Though extremists separated me from my husband years ago, I know who holds us together.
He's a romantic, always sending sweet messages, even cards and letters. I just don't know when they will come. Bekah McNeel is immigrant communities editor at Christianity Today.
No Sign Language in the World Has Its Own Bible Translation
Deaf communities around the world are still waiting to experience God's Word in their first language. How much longer will it be?
Suhr joined digital media producer Morgan Lee and editor in chief Mark Galli to to explore why Mark Galli: So how does that imagery work in texts like the Pauline letters that are mostly
Where We Got It Wrong
CT’s greatest essays of old still speak today. But on civil rights, we failed our readers.
On the topic of race, the majority of letters from CT readers in these years was overwhelmingly critical of our waffling—a reminder of how Mark Galli is editor in chief of ChristianityToday.
David Dockery's Look at the Notable Books of 2018
A brief survey of some of this year's most significant Christian books.
Massey available to a new generation of readers: Wyman Lewis Richardson, editor, The Collected Os Guinness, Last Call for Liberty (InterVarsity); Bruce Riley Ashford, Letters to an
Keep the X in X-Mas
The abbreviation offends 6 in 10 evangelicals, but its history is deeply Christian
X” was paired with “P,” representing the Greek letter rho, the first two letters of and Matthew Schmitz, senior editor of First Things, states, “That Xmas sounds for a time more commercial
Don’t Worry, There Are More Demons Than You Think
What Halloween gets right about spirits and why Christians have nothing to be afraid of.
Quite the contrary: As CS Lewis pointed out in Screwtape Letters, most Westerners are so spiritually Chris Pappalardo, PhD, is a researcher, editor, and writer at The Summit Church.
Myers-Briggs and Other Mirrors for the Soul
A new history of the ubiquitous personality test sheds light on what it can and can’t deliver.
We are still a people in need of a Savior, no matter which four letters the Myers-Briggs test assigns us. Erin Straza is managing editor of Christ and Pop Culture and host of the
From John Wilson, editor of Education & Culture at thebestschools.org.
From John Wilson, editor of Education & Culture at thebestschools. org. illustrated book covers a huge range of typefaces in 16 categories (eg, “inscriptional letters,” “Blackletter,” “late
The Female Martyrs’ #MeToo Message
What happened when early Christian women took a stand.
A New Testament scholar, she writes on women in the early church and on the letters of Paul. Editor's Note: This article is part of our CT special issue focused on women raising their
The Anti-Racism Activist That History Forgot
In the Jim Crow era, an African-American newspaper owner made a biblical case against racism.
In 1926, an African American newspaper editor in Topeka, Kansas, announced his candidacy for the In a series of four letters, two written by each man, Chiles urged Tillman to repent of
C.S. Lewis, Evangelism, and Cultural Engagement
Although Lewis was not always comfortable in the role of an evangelist, he was true to this task and regarded it as a necessary one.
Endnotes.  CS Lewis, The Collected Letters of CS Lewis. Walter Hooper, editor. Vol. I, P. 713 (July 29 ); Vol. II P. 444 (Sept. 25, 1940). San Francisco: Harper Collins.
Despite Disappointing Some, New Mark Manuscript Is Earliest Yet
Bible scholars have been waiting for the Gospel fragment’s publication for years.
It contains a few letters on each side from verses 7–9 and 16–18 of Mark Obbink was formerly editor of the Oxyrhynchus collection, and Carroll was involved in acquisitions for the Green
God Came to Me in My Cancer
At a time when I should have felt abandoned by God, I experienced what Augustine called “the sweetness.”
Then an editor there sees it and puts it on the front page of the Sunday Review. Millions of people read it. These letters sing with unspeakable love in the face of the Great Separation.
Persecution of Andrew Brunson, John Cao Shared at Religious Freedom Ministerial
(UPDATED) First day of US State Department’s unprecedented event also includes discussion of Nineveh Plains aid between Greta Van Susteren, Mark Burnett, and Johnnie Moore.
in college and high school. In his letters, he's said the hardest aspect of his time in prison has been that separation from his family. It's the same for his