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The Spreading FlameSubscriber Access Only
Pentecostal Scholarship Goes Global
Pew Forum Releases Landmark Survey of International Religious FreedomSubscriber Access Only
70 percent of the world lives in areas with high restrictions on religion, report says.
Bridging the Local and the GlobalSubscriber Access Only
Dana Robert traces Christianity's cross-cultural success.
'O, Evangelicos!'Subscriber Access Only
We need not abandon our name—just live up to it.
Matrix: International Religious Liberty AdvocatesSubscriber Access Only
CT looks at the major religious liberty groups' emphases and work.
New Look, Fresh TopicsSubscriber Access Only
CT is easier to use and more thoughtful than ever.
Does Global Christianity Equal American Christianity?Subscriber Access Only
Historian Mark Noll talks about how U.S. missionaries have—and have not—shaped the faith in other nations.
"Let African Christians be Christian Africans"Subscriber Access Only
Byang Kato (1936-1975) has been called the Founding Father of African Evangelical Theology.
Global is the New LocalSubscriber Access Only
Princeton's Robert Wuthnow says American congregations are more international than ever.
Who Do You Think You Are?Subscriber Access Only
The global church needs to ground youth in their true, deepest identity.
Taking the World's TemperatureSubscriber Access Only
Billy Graham speaks on the spiritual atmosphere of the late 1970s, the charismatic movement, and his regrets.
The Evangelical World ProspectSubscriber Access Only
Harold Ockenga, Robert Lamont, and Carl Henry interview Billy Graham about spiritual trends throughout the world.
Historian Ahead of His TimeSubscriber Access Only
Andrew Walls may be the most important person you don't know.
Losing Jesus' LanguageSubscriber Access Only
The Assyrians, Iraq's main Christian population, struggle to keep their heritage and their ancient language.
Liberating FaithSubscriber Access Only
When Korea threw off Japanese rule in 1945, it was as much a victory for the church as for the nation.
A Tragic AnniversarySubscriber Access Only
10 years ago this Wednesday, on April 7, 1994, the newly Christianized African nation of Rwanda erupted into unprecedented ethnic slaughter. Where was the church then? And how can it help Rwandans recover today?
Marching to ZionSubscriber Access Only
The origin of the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church is a story of slow, steady separation.
Mapping the Christians of the Middle EastSubscriber Access Only
If you've been unable to sort out just who the Christians of the Middle East are, this book is for you.
Indian PentecostSubscriber Access Only
How a "Holy Ghost revival" among child widows in India became an international sensation and a local wellspring of Christian outreach.
A Sixth-Generation Mormon Meets a Born-Again Christian
A Sixth-Generation Mormon Meets a Born-Again Christian
He asked me how I knew my faith was true. I couldn’t give a compelling answer.
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