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Art That Stops You in Your Tracks
Martin French, director of the Exile Poster Project, on the power of the public poster.
Freed by Bill Clinton, Saved by JesusSubscriber Access Only
'The World Is Bigger Now' recounts Christian journalist Euna Lee's imprisonment in a North Korean jail.
Why Character Is Making a Comeback
Character formation isn’t just an individual process, says Anne Snyder. It requires institutions.
Welcome Amy Julia Becker, CT's Newest Blogger
The author of three books and longtime Her.meneutics contributor talks about her hopes for the site.
Meet the Christian Doctor Who Changed How We Play FootballSubscriber Access Only
Bennet Omalu, played by Will Smith in the new film 'Concussion,' says it's time to ban children from playing high-contact sports.
Study: Where Are the Women Leading Evangelical Organizations?Subscriber Access Only
That's the mystery the Gender Parity Project, whose results debut this weekend, sets out to solve.
When God Calls You to Leave the Art WorldSubscriber Access Only
Lilias Trotter could have been a famous painter. Instead, she chose to travel with two other single women to preach the gospel in Algeria. Why?
The CT Interview: Saeed Abedini Answers Abuse Allegations Subscriber Access Only
The formerly jailed Iranian American pastor talks to CT about his marriage, his imprisonment, and his hopes for revival.
Female Sex Addict: Not an OxymoronSubscriber Access Only
Marnie Ferree's 'No Stones: Women Redeemed from Sexual Addiction' challenges easy assumptions about who gets addicted and why.
Sports with a Deeper PurposeSubscriber Access Only
Wheaton College's new athletics director responds to The Atlantic's controversial indictment of college sports.
Every Older Singles' BattleSubscriber Access Only
With Singled Out, Christine Colón imagines what celibacy might look like for today's evangelicals.
Marilynne Robinson Takes on Bad Science WritersSubscriber Access Only
The novelist wades into the religion-and-science debate with 'Absence of Mind.'
Celebrating the Unglamorous, Effective Work of Local Politics
Political scientist Amy Black says a few concerned citizens in a particular neighborhood can have far greater impact than checking a box on November 2.
The Thin Line between Trafficking and PornographySubscriber Access Only
Trafficking survivor Jessica Richardson talks about the connection in her own life.
When the Stranger KnocksSubscriber Access Only
The influx of immigrants to the U.S. means a new mission field for churches, says World Relief's Jenny Hwang.
The Rotisserie Chicken GospelSubscriber Access Only
Author Susan Isaacs on comedy, church hopping, and having a 'middle-class white girl's Dark Night of the Soul.'
The Weird and Wonderful Church Drawings of John HendrixSubscriber Access Only
Hendrix is no Thomas Kinkade. Which means he gets us a lot closer to the Bible.
Geek TheologianSubscriber Access Only
Wired magazine founder Kevin Kelly talks to CT about the Amish, heaven, and why he doesn't own a smart phone.
Zipping ItSubscriber Access Only
Donna Freitas says that when it comes to sexual ethics, nonreligious schools are failing their students.
The American Red Cross's Knight in Shining PearlsSubscriber Access Only
Bonnie McElveen-Hunter, the first woman to chair the American Red Cross, says women hold the keys to the world's economy.
US Religion Census Maps Changing Churches, Declining Denominations
US Religion Census Maps Changing Churches, Declining DenominationsSubscriber Access Only
The 2020 project shows shifting complexity of organized religion.
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