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Introducing our new biweekly mix about a big God and his big world.
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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
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Honoring David Neff, The Gentleman ScholarSubscriber Access Only
A tribute to Christianity Today's esteemed editor in chief.
The Exchange
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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
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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.
Natural Length Reading: Christianity Today Launches eBooksSubscriber Access Only
The magazine is now essential in another way.
2012 Christianity Today Book AwardsSubscriber Access Only
Judges whittled 390 submissions down to 12 winners.
Nurturing Mind and SoulSubscriber Access Only
A systematic beginning for an old cause.
Top Story May 26, 2019
Can We Finally Break the Silence Around Tamar?
Can We Finally Break the Silence Around Tamar?
Telling the uncomfortable story of “desolate” Tamar positions us to show a kind of compassion King David didn’t.
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