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God Loves UgandaSubscriber Access Only
In a documentary along the lines of 'Jesus Camp,' who's demonizing whom?
The True, the Good, and the Beautiful Christian
Beauty is making a comeback in science and theology. Will it find its place in the lives of believers?
Doctrine that Actually DelightsSubscriber Access Only
J.I. Packer's Knowing God turns 40
Confronting Canada's Secular SlideSubscriber Access Only
Why Canadian evangelicals thrive in a culture often indifferent to religious faith.
What Conversion Is and Is NotSubscriber Access Only
Hint: It's not just about getting people 'saved.
By Their Books Ye Shall Know ThemSubscriber Access Only
Books that have shaped American evangelicals in the last 40 years
This (Ambiguous) Political LifeSubscriber Access Only
What it means for the church to be involved in politics.
Refiner’s Fire: There Is an Answer to EvilSubscriber Access Only
What Has Jerusalem to Do with Mecca?Subscriber Access Only
Two new books on the world's religions raise new possibilities, and new questions, for evangelicals
The Battle for the Inclusive BibleSubscriber Access Only
Conflicts over "gender-neutral" versions are not really about translation issues.
Prophetic Habits of a Sociologist's HeartSubscriber Access Only
"Robert Bellah's career shows the promise, and limits, of the scholarship he made so accessible to the church"
Just Who Are These ‘People of Faith’ Anyway?Subscriber Access Only
Articulating moral consensus in a pluralistic country.
The Seven Deadly SignsSubscriber Access Only
Ministries that think they can do no financial wrong deceive themselves.
Memo to Worship BandsSubscriber Access Only
Five sound reasons to lower the volume.
Why Didn’t God Make You More Beautiful?
The glorious gospel needs ordinary people.
A Variety of Evangelical PoliticsSubscriber Access Only
A recent spate of books suggests we are more politically diverse than ever — and maybe that's the way it's supposed to be.
The Perils of Left and RightSubscriber Access Only
Evangelical theology is much bigger and richer than our two-party labels.
The Jesus I'd Prefer to KnowSubscriber Access Only
Searching for the historical Jesus and finding oneself instead.
Why the Time Is Ripe for Pro-Life ReformSubscriber Access Only
Despite what you may have heard, more Americans than ever want abortion access restricted.
The Precarious Future of Assisted Suicide
'Culture of Death' sounds the alarm on pending medical bioethics legislation and other troubling trends.
The Quiet Liturgy of Fred Rogers
The Quiet Liturgy of Fred Rogers
‘Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood’ taught us to love—not fear—our neighbor.
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