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The Task of ‘Christian Social Ethics’Subscriber Access Only
The Heresy of 'Individualism'?Subscriber Access Only
The 'individualism' we profess is not only not a heresy—it is at the heart of the gospel.
ARTICLE: Tolerance Without CompromiseSubscriber Access Only
Christian engagement in an era of political rancor.
Some Guidelines for the Christian Study of ManSubscriber Access Only
From Kuyper to Keller: Why Princeton’s Prize Controversy Is So IronicSubscriber Access Only
A former winner explains how the seminary honor that once brought the Reformed community together is now splitting it.
ARTICLE: The Case for Christian KitschSubscriber Access Only
Abraham Kuyper: A Man for This SeasonSubscriber Access Only
The surprisingly relevant advice of a Dutch statesman for engaging postmodern culture.
How Theologians Have Failed Asian Christians—and How They Can Do BetterSubscriber Access Only
Rather than forcing “elite” agendas upon grassroots believers, says Simon Chan, we need to take their concerns seriously.
This World Is Not My HomeSubscriber Access Only
What some mainline Protestants are rediscovering about living as exiles in a foreign culture.
An Open-Handed GospelSubscriber Access Only
We have to decide whether we have a stingy or a generous God.
Fundamentalism RevisitedSubscriber Access Only
Evangelicals would do well to remember fundamentalism as family history.
Mormon MakeoverSubscriber Access Only
An effective evangelical witness hinges on understanding the new face of Latter-day Saints
To the Jew FirstSubscriber Access Only
Witnessing to the Jews is nonnegotiable.
Finding Christ Throughout — and Beyond — ScriptureSubscriber Access Only
We need both J. I. Packer's and the Orthodox Presbyterians' approaches to hear Christ speak.
"Plus: 'You're Right, Dr. McIntire!'"Subscriber Access Only
"In the world of ecumenical Protestantism, some owe Carl McIntire an apology for dismissing his warnings"
Shoot-First ApologeticsSubscriber Access Only
What a dead bluebird taught Walter Martin about defending the faith.
The Postmodern MazeSubscriber Access Only
Abraham Kuyper reminds us that only Christ can bring wholeness to our fragmented age.
Carl Henry Was RightSubscriber Access Only
Christianity Today's first editor grasped what I as a young theologian failed to understand about church involvement in social justice.
The Chosen People PuzzleSubscriber Access Only
When it comes to relating to the Jewish people, should we dialogue, cooperate, or evangelize?
Awakening the Evangelical ConscienceSubscriber Access Only
The New Evangelicals called for a fresh application of Christian truth to the social problems of the day.
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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