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Scandal?Subscriber Access Only
We would be deluding ourselves if we thought that evangelical thinking in our day has progressed very far.
An Open-Handed GospelSubscriber Access Only
We have to decide whether we have a stingy or a generous God.
The Task of ‘Christian Social Ethics’Subscriber Access Only
Scandal? (continued from previous article)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.
Finding Christ Throughout — and Beyond — ScriptureSubscriber Access Only
We need both J. I. Packer's and the Orthodox Presbyterians' approaches to hear Christ speak.
Balm for the Religious-Freedom Lover’s Soul
Steven Waldman’s book helps “complainers” like me regain a sense of perspective.
Abraham Kuyper: A Man for This SeasonSubscriber Access Only
The surprisingly relevant advice of a Dutch statesman for engaging postmodern culture.
Getting to the Crux of CalvarySubscriber Access Only
Each atonement theory highlights a truth about the Cross—but none more so than Christ's substitutionary death.
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.
The Life of Bondage in the Light of GraceSubscriber Access Only
The Chosen People PuzzleSubscriber Access Only
When it comes to relating to the Jewish people, should we dialogue, cooperate, or evangelize?
Ending the Cold War Between Theologians and LaypeopleSubscriber Access Only
Why Christian scholars don't trust laypeople, and what can be done to make the relationship better
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.
Resisting Church DivorceSubscriber Access Only
Denominational conflicts may arise from views of God rather than competing worldviews
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.
Is There Anything Wrong With Voting for a Mormon for President?Subscriber Access Only
Three views.
Fundamentalism RevisitedSubscriber Access Only
Evangelicals would do well to remember fundamentalism as family history.
The Unlikely Crackup of Evangelicalism
The problems are real—but exaggerated.

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