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Andy Crouch
Our technologies give us an illusion of omnipresence—most of the time
Blinded by Pop Praise
"To see God high and lifted up, just open your eyes"
Christian Esperanto
We must learn other cultural tongues
Glittering Images
A profound Christian rethinking of power is overdue.
The Emergent Mystique
The 'emerging church' movement has generated a lot of excitement but only a handful of congregations. Is it the wave of the future or a passing fancy?
The Antimoderns
Six postmodern Christians discuss the possibilities and limits of postmodernism.
Furrowed Brows Inc.
The culture war's biggest casualties may be Christian joy and hope.
Unexpected Global Lessons
How short-term mission is becoming a two-way street.
The Violence of Evangelism
Why, exactly, does the word evangelism evoke such violent metaphors?
Looking Over the Fence
New research suggests scientists are more like neighbors than enemies of the faith. Andy Crouch reviews 'Science vs. Religion.'
The Gospel of Steve JobsSubscriber Access Only
The Apple CEO was able to articulate a perfectly secular form of hope.
The Media and the MassacreSubscriber Access Only
True compassion requires turning off the news.
Why Tim Keller Wants You to Stay in That Job You Hate
The Redeemer pastor explains how he ministers to laypeople facing career confusion.
C. S. Lewis in Unlikely Places
He’s still showing us how to pay attention.
Andy Crouch: The Return of Shame
From online bullying to Twitter takedowns, shame is becoming a dominant force in the West. Thankfully, the Bible is full of language about shame. It's just that most Westerners don't see it.
Engaging Pop Culture
This resource is designed to help you consider how your church should best acknowledge and address the popular culture that shapes the lives of every person in your community.
A Generation of Debtors
A Gen-Xer reflects on the deficits bequeathed to his generation and on its fear of redemption.
Andy Crouch: A Testimony in Reverse
I have discovered how inconvenient it can be when God actually does speak.
Borrowing Against Time
We live in a fallen world. We will die. We need to face that
Rites of Passage
Self-improvement is our culture's most durable religion

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Playing God: Pandemic Brings Moral Dilemmas to US Hospitals
Playing God: Pandemic Brings Moral Dilemmas to US Hospitals
Two Christian bioethicists on life or death issues that American doctors may soon face.

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