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A Decade of ChangeSubscriber Access Only
‘Why Christianity Today’ RevisitedSubscriber Access Only
The first editorial for this magazine—reprinted here—still reflects our ‘deepfelt desire.’
Building Families and Baby Boxes: A Response to a Recent Her.meneutics Post
Kelly Rosati and I address the criticism of The Drop Box film.
Joyful VisionSubscriber Access Only
Introducing the editor in chief of all CT publications.
Our Top Posts of 2014: Mark Driscoll, Conscious Uncoupling, and MoreSubscriber Access Only
Readers and writers pick the best of Her.meneutics.
Behold Now 'The Behemoth'Subscriber Access Only
Introducing our new biweekly mix about a big God and his big world.
Why We're Dropping Comments (On Some Articles)Subscriber Access Only
We still want to hear from you. And we want you to enjoy reading our site.
Why I'm Grateful for Feminism
Blogger Samantha Field took me to task last week on "throwing feminism under the bus." Here's my response.
Morning Roundup 12/17/13
CT Book Awards; NSA Ruling; Call Jesus White? Expect a Fight
Morning Roundup 11/5/13
Fox News' Reluctant Christian; Video Every Mom Must See; 7 Ways to Thicker Skin
Do Your Kids Practice Yoga?
Honoring David Neff, The Gentleman ScholarSubscriber Access Only
A tribute to Christianity Today's esteemed editor in chief.
The Exchange
New blog name and a new blog home
How I Make Sense of My Life
How do you make sense of both pain and beauty?
The Future of Today's ChristianitySubscriber Access Only
We have news to offer that is good for us and our children's children.
Why C.S. Lewis Didn't Write for Christianity TodaySubscriber Access Only
Carl Henry wanted more 'Mere Christianity' and direct theology. Lewis didn't.
Team of ChampionsSubscriber Access Only
Introducing the new leadership of Christianity Today magazine
Finding Myself Among 50 "Women to Watch" in Christianity Today
Somehow I made Christianity Today's list of 50 "women to watch."
Monitoring ControversySubscriber Access Only
Why some stories take a long time.
A Season of Change at Christianity TodaySubscriber Access Only
Here's what's in the works this summer.
Is Life Unsatisfying? Augustine Says, ‘You Are Not Alone.’
Is Life Unsatisfying? Augustine Says, ‘You Are Not Alone.’
James K. A. Smith accompanies the church father on a journey through the human heart.
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