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During COVID-19, Congregations Can Bond as ‘Backyard Pilgrims’
Author Matt Canlis invites homebound churchgoers to journey together from a distance.
The Moral Order of the World Points to GodSubscriber Access Only
The so-called “moral argument” gives evidence of God’s existence. But it also points to his goodness and grace.
The ‘Over There’ Era of Missions Is OverSubscriber Access Only
Nowadays, the Western church needs to send ambassadors to its own culture.
The Many Faces of Narcissism in the ChurchSubscriber Access Only
Sometimes it appears in the pulpit, and sometimes it festers behind the scenes.
Yes, You Can Trust the Four Gospels. Even When They Conflict.
Literary device theory is gaining popularity among scholars. Philosopher Lydia McGrew doesn’t buy it.
What If We Don’t Have to Choose Between Evolution and Adam and Eve?
How insights from genealogy can help change the terms of a contentious debate.
Kristie Anyabwile: When Women of Color Write, the Whole Church Gains
A conversation with the editor of "His Testimonies, My Heritage."
After Soleimani’s Death, Iran’s Christians Brace for ‘Tsunami of Disaster and Opportunity’
An interview with Lazarus Yeghnazar on why Western Christians should focus on leaders not numbers in the Islamic republic.
To Touch or Not to Touch?Subscriber Access Only
In an era of anxiety about personal boundaries and sexual signals, Jesus shows us how to minister to others with care and sensitivity.
Alister McGrath: Both Science and Stories Declare God’s Glory
The Oxford scholar reflects on the interface between faith and science and how narratives draw us toward belief.
Old Testament Law Is a Gracious Invitation to Intimacy with God
Why believers shouldn’t throw it away out of embarrassment.
The Faith Behind the Crown
Queen Elizabeth’s belief is deep and sincere, says biographer Dudley Delffs, and Netflix gets it right.
Kay Warren: Moms of Kids with Mental Illness Need Christ and Community
The California-based ministry leader recently hosted a retreat for mothers of suffering kids.
Armenian Orthodox Leader: ‘We May Forgive One Day ... But We Will Never Forget.’
Aram I, Catholicos of the Great House of Cilicia, on what comes next after US House recognizes Armenians’ “legitimate claim” of genocide.
The New ‘Harriet’ Biopic Is Faithful to Tubman’s Faith
Biographer Kate Clifford Larson talks about the famous female abolitionist and the cinematic portrayal of her life.
The Gospels Are Fact Not Folklore
Why the first four books of the New Testament should be read as serious historical sources.
Andrew Peterson: Creativity Isn’t Just for ‘Creatives’
Artists and storytellers cultivate beauty and mystery. So do teachers, parents, and church potluck planners.
Forgiveness First, Restoration Later: Pastor Responds to Recanted Hair-Cutting Account
The church sees the incident as a chance for students to demonstrate gospel reconciliation and for leaders to take a deeper look at racial dynamics among the diverse student body.
Kate Bowler: Why Christian Women Become Celebrity ‘Influencers’
When the path to formal church leadership is blocked, they'll naturally look for other ways to reach an audience.
Andrew Brunson Expected Persecution. He Didn’t Expect to Feel Abandoned by God.
How the American pastor handled a crisis of faith during his Turkish imprisonment.

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In Pandemic and in Health, I Make This Vow
In Pandemic and in Health, I Make This Vow
Engaged Americans are grappling with foiled wedding plans. But Christian couples face unique moral challenges.

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