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The Missionary India Never ForgotSubscriber Access Only
In just 13 years and a grand total of 250 converts, Bartholomaeus Ziegenbalg changed the course of modern missions.
missions. Sarah Hinlicky Wilson| October 2, 2014. Image: Courtesy of Beyond Empires. Ziegenbalg scholar Daniel Jeyaraj at Mahabalipuram, August 2010.
Lament for a Divided ChurchSubscriber Access Only
Why the ecumenical movement keeps working to overcome fraying in the body of Christ.
Why the ecumenical movement keeps working to overcome fraying in the body of Christ. Sarah Hinlicky Wilson| March 17, 2014. Image: Ian Sanderson / Getty.
Reply AllSubscriber Access Only
Readers respond to the March issue via letters, tweets, and blogs.
John Torgerson Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin. Lament for a Divided Church. Sarah Hinlicky Wilson speaks of the evangelical and Pentecostal penchant for dividing and subdividing.
What's His Is OursSubscriber Access Only
Christ's righteousness belongs to those who receive by faith God's promise of forgiveness.
Christ's righteousness belongs to those who receive by faith God's promise of forgiveness. Sarah Hinlicky Wilson| September 14, 2012. Image: Doug Fleener. What's His Is Ours.
Purity Practices: Coed Leadership ConcernsSubscriber Access Only
Old safeguards face coed workplace.
Dissing Women.". Sarah Hinlicky Wilson and Lauren Winner debated male-female workplace boundaries for Christianity Today in 1999. In 2006, Sarah
Guarding Your Marriage without Dissing WomenSubscriber Access Only
Women aren't disappearing from the workplace or ministry staff teams. How will married men adjust?
available on Amazon. Sarah Hinlicky Wilson and Lauren Winner debated the topic of male-female workplace boundaries for Christianity Today in 1999.
The Heresy ItchSubscriber Access Only
Unlike gnosis, the gospel is not for the few, the proud, the knowledgeable.
By Sarah Hinlicky Wilson| January 1, 2004. Sarah Hinlicky Wilson is a doctoral student in systematic theology at Princeton Theological Seminary. Copyright © 2004 Christianity Today.
Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary?Subscriber Access Only
Experiencing Marian devotion as a Protestant
John Wilson is Editor of Books & Culture and Editor-at-Large for Christianity Today. in the Church of Mary." For a different perspective, see Sarah E. Hinlicky's "There's Something
Christ via JudaismSubscriber Access Only
Lauren Winner's spiritual journey is an invaluable—and, to some, unsettling—reminder of where we came from
came from. Sarah Hinlicky Wilson| June 1, 2003. Girl Meets God Sarah Hinlicky Wilson, recently married, is the vicar at St. Paul's Lutheran Church and the
There's Something About MarySubscriber Access Only
How I made my peace with the Mother of God.
There's Something About Mary. How I made my peace with the Mother of God. by Sarah Hinlicky Wilson| May 17, 2005. Late last fall I realized that I really didn't like Mary.
Taking a Chance on Fu YangSubscriber Access Only
A photojournalist discovers God's surprises through one special-needs child.
Related Elsewhere: Other reflections on adoption include "Blessed Are the Barren," by Sarah Hinlicky Wilson and "A Mother's Strange Love," by Miroslav Volf.
Singing the Word of GodSubscriber Access Only
Protestant reformer Martin Luther planted the seed that grew into a rich musical tradition culminating in Bach.
Theological student and writer Sarah Hinlicky Wilson recently explained why she is a Lutheran: "The only reason I follow Luther, as far as I can figure, is because Luther followed Christ.
Blessed Are the BarrenSubscriber Access Only
The kingdom of God springs forth from the empty womb.
The kingdom of God springs forth from the empty womb. Sarah Hinlicky Wilson| December 7, 2007. Blessed are the barren. Sarah Hinlicky Wilson is the pastor at St.
Words Well ChosenSubscriber Access Only
Best Christian Writing 2002 explores diverse topics
Some entries will make readers reach for tissues, as with Sarah Hinlicky's touching reminiscence on Editor John Wilson is editor of Christianity Today sister publication Books & Culture.
Christ via JudaismSubscriber Access Only
"Lauren Winner's spiritual journey is an invaluable—and, to some, unsettling—reminder of where we came from"
came from". Sarah Hinlicky Wilson| July 1, 2003. Girl Meets God Sarah Hinlicky Wilson, recently married, is the vicar at St. Paul's Lutheran Church and the
Temple & SwordSubscriber Access Only
At the temple, long before the cross, her son's cruel death pierced Mary.
Sarah Hinlicky Wilson. Image: Joel Harrison / Lightstock. Sarah Hinlicky Wilson is a doctoral student in systematic theology at Princeton Theological Seminary.
Why Apocalypse Is Essential to Advent
Why Apocalypse Is Essential to Advent
This season demands a clear view of darkness. Here’s how scholars reckon with it.
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