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My Son Needed the Love of the Church. I Wasn’t Sure It Was Possible.
Including the cognitively disabled in ministry is a chance to live in a cross-shaped way.
Who Needs to Hear Proverbs 31 the Most?
The ‘wife of noble character’ is rarely applied to whom it was meant to describe.
How Do We Reconcile Easter Beliefs with the Easter Bombings?
A Sri Lankan priest reflects on celebrating the Resurrection amid the tragedy of last week's attacks.
The Most Effective Response to Poverty? Worshipping the True GodSubscriber Access Only
Even more than better systems and better policies, we need better theology.
Worship God at All Times. If Necessary, Use Music.Subscriber Access Only
It turns out the Bible’s idea of worship is mostly about posture, not music or praise.
Joy, the Overlooked Aspect of the Cross
Even in the midst of the sorrow, pain, and shame of the cross, Good Friday is still very good.
14 Observations About The State Of Christian Denominations Today
Denominations that support and enhance the biblical mission of the local church will thrive. Those that don't will continue to decline.
What Is Cultural Apologetics?
Effective apologetics today requires a genuine missionary encounter.
What the Kingdom of God Is Like
The kingdom was central to Jesus’ teaching, but it can be divisive for his followers.
The Legacy of Pilgrim’s Progress Is up for Grabs
By learning and creating, we embody Bunyan's work.
The Temptation of the Evangelical Mind
When words construct an empty faith, Pilgrim’s Progress asks, “What does truth require of me?”
One-on-One with Jonathan Merritt on ‘Learning to Speak God from Scratch’ : Part 2
“Missionaries would do well to spend more time learning from their newfound communities as they spend trying to teach them.”
Has Academic Theology Lost Its Way?
Two theologians ask how their discipline can start mattering to ordinary believers again.
Pilgrim's Progress Isn't Safe, But It's Good
How unsettling literature teaches us to confront pain and suffering—at any age.
Theology of the FutureSubscriber Access Only
Bible scholars, theologians, and philosophers used to work together. N.T. Wright believes they need to do so again.
Pilgrim’s Progress Gives Us Hope for Breaking Cycles of Sin
In part two, Christiana's journey is much easier than Christian's. The question is why?
How Universalism, ‘the Opiate of the Theologians,’ Went Mainstream
Michael McClymond decries the rising popularity of an idea Christians have rejected for most of church history.
Suicide, Abuse, and Despair: Pilgrim’s Progress Explores the Unexpected
Bunyan exposes existential nerves through his nuanced treatment of darkness.
Good Christians Are Satan's Easiest Targets
But The Pilgrim's Progress teaches us how to brawl with Apollyon.
Meet the Student-Professor Team Who Cracked Andrew Fuller’s Shorthand
Undergraduate Jonny Woods and theology professor Steve Holmes are the first to read Fuller’s sermons in 200 years.
Female Evangelical Leaders Have a Hidden Predecessor to Thank
Female Evangelical Leaders Have a Hidden Predecessor to Thank
Kathryn Kuhlman’s story offers a case study of the indisputable achievements of strong evangelical women and the equally indisputable roadblocks they often face.
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