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Satan Scores TwiceSubscriber Access Only
Prayers for SalvationSubscriber Access Only
God may have lessons for us in the way he answers our askings
Facing Theological DivisionSubscriber Access Only
A case-study approach to public leadership and personal relationships when beliefs divide.
What the Puritans Taught MeSubscriber Access Only
They kept their eyes on heaven as pilgrims traveling home to the Celestial City.
God's Triple TeamSubscriber Access Only
The Trinity isn't a technicality but the central relationship of the Christian faith.
Fan Mail to CalvinSubscriber Access Only
Is Satan Omnipresent?Subscriber Access Only
If not, how does he tempt many people at one time?—Barry Wolfe, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
’Tecs, Thrillers, and WesternsSubscriber Access Only
Still Surprised by LewisSubscriber Access Only
Why this nonevangelical Oxford don has become our patron saint.
All Sins Are Not EqualSubscriber Access Only
Question: Are all sins weighed equally, or is one more important than another? —Linda Linton, Celina, Ohio
Knowing GodSubscriber Access Only
Know God intimately and lead others to do the same.
There's Something About MarySubscriber Access Only
Beliefs about Jesus' virgin mother vary between Christians of the early church, Roman Catholics, and modern-day Protestants, but this model of total trustful devotion has lessons to teach all Christians.
Count Your SurprisesSubscriber Access Only
The high spots of my life have been anything but expected.
My Top 5 DevotionalsSubscriber Access Only
Let’s Stop Making Women PresbytersSubscriber Access Only
Is there not a better way of benefiting from women’s ministry than by ordaining them?
Good Theology Expands the Soul
J. I. Packer on communicating the gospel truth to today's culture.
Experiencing God's PresentsSubscriber Access Only
"The church is not a bus where one person does the driving. It's like an anthill, where everyone works"
A Bad TripSubscriber Access Only
We Can OvercomeSubscriber Access Only
A CT forum examines the subtle nature of the church's racial division—and offers hope.
Humor Is a Funny ThingSubscriber Access Only
Scripture and Neuroscience Agree: It Helps to Lament in Community
Scripture and Neuroscience Agree: It Helps to Lament in Community
Through song, liturgy, and communion, the body of Christ inhabits the suffering experienced by its weakest members.
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