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March Madness Won't End Monday, Thanks to Lent
Saints facing single-elimination in Lent Madness tournament include many names evangelicals will recognize.
Did Jesus Make Mistakes?
Mark Driscoll says yes, though Jesus never sinned. Experts weigh in.
Yes, Jesus Has Always Been Our Boyfriend
The biggest difference between old and new hymns isn't Trinitarian theology.
Mumford & the Son
Exploring the Christ-haunted lyrics of Marcus Mumford and his popular band.
How to Date Jesus' Wife
New tests suggest a manuscript fragment is ancient after all. Is it important? We asked noncanonical gospels expert Nicholas Perrin.
Breaking All the Barriers
How the Spirit at Pentecost decimated humanity’s dividing walls.
A Lent That's Not For Your Spiritual Improvement
Jesus' 40 days in the wilderness weren't about getting closer to God, either.
Opinion Roundup: Should Syria's Christians Be Our Top Priority?
Assad's forces have killed tens of thousands and have allegedly used chemical weapons. Toppling him could wipe out the country’s Christians. Is it worth it?
Jesus Is More All Right with Jews
Why messianic Jews are being accepted.
The Great Baby Commission
One of Africa’s fastest-growing churches wants to expand by having as many children as possible.
Baptizing the Dora Generation: Why Preschooler Faith Is So Controversial
Southern Baptist leaders would rather ‘the only consistently growing group in baptisms’ be shrinking.
Can You See Too Much Jesus in the Bible?
Why one seminary thinks so and is sending an Old Testament scholar into early retirement.
Jesus Suffers with Us—and We with Him
Even in our darkest moments, he is not going anywhere.
Did Matthew Think Peter Was a False Disciple?
A new book from a top evangelical scholar makes the case.
Second Surprise Interview with Pope Francis: A 'Theological Wreck'?
Russell Moore, others react to pope's Q&A with atheist editor.
All You Need to Know About Prince George and the Jordan
The royal baby sparks some theological (and ecological) discussion.
Why So Many Christians Are Relaxing Over Drinks
As colleges drop drinking bans, some see alcohol as a moral good.
Andy Stanley: Assume People Are Biblically Illiterate (But Not Dumb)
The North Point pastor says the way we teach Scripture can undermine evangelism.
The Softer Face of Calvinism
Reformed theology is more irenic and diverse than you think, says theologian Oliver Crisp.
Why It's Hard to Learn from African Christians
New research spotlights what the continent’s believers (and those worldwide) are missing.

Top Story January 16, 2021

March for Life Plans Disrupted by DC Security Concerns
March for Life Plans Disrupted by DC Security Concerns
The annual event is asking participants to “stay home” for the first time since Roe v. Wade.

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