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Puede que sean gigantes. O ángeles. O superhumanos
¿Quiénes o qué son los nefilim? No lo sabemos… y quizá no necesitamos saberlo.
I’ve Preached the Gospel Countless Times. The Love of the Amish Preached It to Me.
An excerpt on grief, forgiveness, and the gospel from Beechdale Road: Where Mercy Is More Powerful Than Murder.
‘I Thought I’d Be Further Along by Now’
An excerpt on risk, worship, and spiritual growth from The Expectation Gap: The Tiny, Vast Space between Our Beliefs and Experience of God.
Duke Ellington Read His Bible in the Bath
An excerpt from Larry Tye’s The Jazzmen: How Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong, and Count Basie Transformed America.
Chinese Christians Have Conflicted Feelings About ‘Saving Face’
Though a significant part of their culture, not all feel like it best honors how God wants conflict dealt with.
Our Faith Is Not Too Fragile for Science
An excerpt from The Sacred Chain: How Understanding Evolution Leads to Deeper Faith.
How Can a Christian Perfectionist Find Rest?
An excerpt from Peace over Perfection on the command to “be perfect,” the exhaustion of scrupulosity, and rest in Christ.
O Ye of Overconfident Faith
Like the disciples, we need to learn the difference between trust in Jesus and spiritual cockiness.
God Whispers to a Restless and Grief-Stricken Heart
An excerpt on doubt, despair, and restoration from Land of My Sojourn: The Landscape of a Faith Lost and Found.
Taking Care of a Grateful Faith
An excerpt on sanctification and conceit from theologian Cornelius Plantinga’s new book, Gratitude: Why Giving Thanks Is the Key to Our Well-Being.
Spiritual Formation Is Becoming Like Jesus
Our new year’s resolutions won’t get very far if we neglect the object of our transfiguration.
Ketika Saya Tidak Menginginkan Natal Tiba
Liburan yang dijalani dalam kesedihan membantu saya untuk memandang kedatangan Kristus dengan lebih serius.
Dios frustró la construcción de la Torre de Babel. Pero su espíritu sigue vivo
Desde los constructores de Génesis 11 hasta los arquitectos del mundo moderno, todos hemos olvidado quién engrandece nuestro nombre.
God’s Last Word Is Jesus
Christmas celebrates the finality of Christ’s incarnation.
God Thwarted the Tower of Babel. But Its Spirit Lives On.
From the builders of Genesis 11 to the architects of the modern world, we've forgotten who makes our name great.
The Christian Liberal Arts Tradition Can Appeal to Christians and Non-Christians Alike
Its main rivals seek truth without transcendence, or justice without redemption. And both flatten the meaning of human existence.
Keep Complaining to God. Just Don’t Ignore Him.
Even our angriest accusations are preferable to indifference.
Jesus Was Civil, Not Polite
Christ was an exemplar of civility in an age of sociopolitical and religious hypocrisy.
There Is an Edge to Living on the Edge
My outsider experiences have only strengthened my confidence in God’s goodness and sovereignty.
Esau McCaulley: The Streets Sent Me to the Pulpit
But then my path to preaching took an unexpected turn.

Top Story July 15, 2024

Trump’s Would-Be Assassin and the Twisted Quest for Human Glory
Trump’s Would-Be Assassin and the Twisted Quest for Human Glory
Political violence offers a false sense of meaning. The church must model a different kind of glory.

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