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Has God Been Held Hostage by Philosophy?Subscriber Access Only
"A forum on free-will theism, a new paradigm for understanding God."
Do We Still Need the Reformation? Part 1Subscriber Access Only
The Twilight of AtheismSubscriber Access Only
Why this once exciting and 'liberating' philosophy failed to capture the world's imagination.
The Resurrection: A Bridge Between Two WorldsSubscriber Access Only
How the Resurrection infused my rational faith with a passionate hope.
Faith Outside the BubbleSubscriber Access Only
Christians who question their beliefs deserve better than defensive slogans and cliches.
Por qué no es suficiente con solo saber de Jesús
El día en que leyendo Filipenses me reveló un conocimiento más profundo.
Alister McGrath: Michael Green Taught Me the Importance of Evangelism
A tribute to the theologian who taught a generation how to evangelize through the local church.
Scandal? (continued from previous article)Subscriber Access Only
Augustine's Origin of SpeciesSubscriber Access Only
How the great theologian might weigh in on the Darwin debate.
My Top 5 Books by C. S. LewisSubscriber Access Only
The beloved Christian apologist's best books range beyond the Chronicles of Narnia.
The Real GospelSubscriber Access Only
"In a postmodern world in which people see many 'truths' as equally valid, how can you convince someone of the truth of salvation through Christ"
Why Knowing About Jesus Is Not EnoughSubscriber Access Only
The day reading Philippians revealed to me a deeper knowledge.
Dealing with Doubt
When you're responsible for the spiritual guidance of others, admitting doubt can feel like admitting defeat. But doubt is not the enemy of faith. By learning to admit, address, and even embrace the most difficult questions, your ministry can more effectively reach the many who privately wonder the same things.
Scandal?Subscriber Access Only
We would be deluding ourselves if we thought that evangelical thinking in our day has progressed very far.
Thomas Cranmer and the English Reformation: Christian History Interview - The Tradition ContinuesSubscriber Access Only
The distinctive legacy of Thomas Cranmer, and the Anglican "middle way" today.

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The Speed of Our Souls—and Our Soles
The Speed of Our Souls—and Our Soles
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