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Paul’s Letter to a Prejudiced Church
How the apostle’s instructions on the Lord’s Supper speak to multiethnic congregations today.
The Multiethnic Church Movement Hasn’t Lived up to Its Promise
Multiracial churches have not been good news for everyone. What can we do about it?
Why the Children of Immigrants Are Returning to Their Religious Roots
Many second- and third-generation Americans leave the ethnic congregations of their parents for white-led churches, only to come back.
COVID-19 Hurts. But the Bible Brings Hope.
New study shows Scripture reading correlates with Harvard measures of human flourishing.
Why There Are So Many ‘Miraculous’ Stories of Bibles Surviving Disaster
When Scripture makes it through flood or fire, we see signs of a faith that endures.
When A Word Is Worth A Thousand Complaints (and When It Isn’t)
Bible translation is about more than just technical accuracy.
Christians Invented Health Insurance. Can They Make Something Better?
How to heal a medical system that abandons the vulnerable.
How Black-Owned Businesses Bless Atlanta
Christian entrepreneurs promote a new economic narrative in a city plagued by wealth gaps.
Atlanta Beyond MLK: How Black Christians Continue a Civil Rights Legacy
Generations take up the gospel work of becoming a beloved community.
The Black Church Is Atlanta’s Original Community Organizer
Long before Raphael Warnock’s Senate run, the biblical call for freedom for the oppressed stirred Atlanta Christians to social action.
Racial Reconciliation Is Still a Dream for Atlanta Christians
But church leaders think it’s worth the work to address longstanding divides.
Paul’s Word to Police: Protect the Weak
As black Christians have long understood, the New Testament has a strong theology of law enforcement.
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The Old Testament’s Word to Police: You Answer to God’s Higher Court
How biblical law can illuminate today’s debates on law enforcement.
Can the Church Save Marriage?
Matrimony rates are in decline, even among conservative Christians. Here’s what that means for the future.
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COVID-19 Is Killing the Soulmate Model of Marriage. Good.
The silver lining for a post-coronavirus America: More married couples will be family-first.
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Who Is My COVID-19 Neighbor?
The only way to beat the coronavirus in the US is to beat it everywhere. Can we really save the whole world?
World Vision’s Forgotten Founder
A Korean pastor helped birth one of the world's largest charities. Why did he disappear from history?
Forgive Us Our Sins (And Theirs, Too)
How an ancient prophet’s prayer answers our modern outrage.
What A Church Does, in Dollars and Cents
A sociologist explains a congregation's contributions to the local economy.
The Hidden Cost of Tax Exemption
Churches may someday lose their tax-exempt status. Would that be as bad as it sounds?

Top Story February 28, 2021

Introducing: Surprised by Grief
Introducing: Surprised by Grief
On our new podcast, Daniel Harrell and Clarissa Moll discuss how sudden loss shapes the grief experience and influences the spiritual lives of those left behind.

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