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Is There a Tiny Puritan Living in Your Head? Tell Him to Get Lost.
God has set a feast for us in the world, and we shouldn’t feel guilty about savoring it.
They Might Be Giants. (Or Angels. Or Superhuman Devils.)
Who, or what, are the Nephilim? We don’t know—and maybe we don’t need to.
‘Christ’ Is Not Another Way to Say ‘Jesus’
The resurrection message draws power from God’s kingship. But we often miss it.
As orações de Cristo podem transformar as nossas
Quando olhamos de perto como Lucas descreve a vida de oração de Jesus, descobrimos o quanto a oração é essencial para nós.
The Bible Has a Clear and Consistent ‘Party Theology’
We’re called not only to attend them, but also to throw them ourselves.
The Waters of Baptism Flow Toward Humanity at Its Neediest
Just as Jesus’ baptism launched his public ministry, our own baptisms ordinate us to a life of humble obedience and costly service.
Books Open Windows into Holiness
How models from literature guide us toward the good.
Miracles Don’t Violate the Laws of Nature
The ideas of a Scottish skeptic explain why some Westerners struggle to embrace signs and wonders.
Christ Came to Disarm Rebellious Sinners, But Not to Disempower Them
A meditation on the line between good and evil that runs through each person.
The Cosmos Is More Crowded Than You Think
How an old prayer and a newborn baby changed my perspective on angels.
The Poet Who Prepared the Ground for the Sexual Revolution
Percy Shelley’s 19th-century attacks on marriage, monogamy, and Christianity foreshadowed progressive attitudes today.
Black Christians Are Confronting Black Lies About Christianity
How urban apologetics contends against the distortions promoted by “Black Conscious” movements.
If a Social Issue Matters to God, the Church Should Be Praying About It
Too often, our practices of intercession are thin to nonexistent. The Reformed tradition shows us how to revive them.
You Can’t Slay the Giant Anxiety with Mere Willpower
Ignore the exhortations to just “Stop it,” and lean on God’s unshakeable promises.
Philip Yancey: God Can Love ‘A Cynical Sneak Like Me’
An excerpt from the best-selling author’s memoir, “Where the Light Fell.”
Christ’s Prayers Can Transform Ours
When we look closely at how Jesus’ prayer life is depicted in Luke, we discover how essential prayer is for us.
John Piper va «más hacia arriba y más hacia adentro» en la doctrina de la Providencia de Dios
Su último libro, aunque con fundamento en la tradición reformada, busca dar respuesta a las preguntas del siglo XXI.
Generasi Saya Menghargai ‘Keotentikan.’ Mengapa Saya menjadi Suka Memakai Topeng?
Saya baru menjadi diri saya yang sebenarnya ketika saya berperan sebagai murid.
It’s Okay to Let Your Mind Wander During Prayer
Those distractions aren’t failures of focus, but opportunities to trust God with the deepest truths of our hearts.
Tim Keller: Hope for a Better World Starts with the Resurrection
Four reasons Christianity offers unparalleled confidence that history is headed somewhere good.

Top Story July 3, 2022

Fewer Churches Put Patriotism on Display for July 4
Fewer Churches Put Patriotism on Display for July 4
Though two-thirds are OK with flying the flag year-round, pastors have become more divided over Independence Day celebrations since 2016.

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