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Pursuing Racial Justice Requires More Than Lament, but Never Less
How the sharing of prayer and pain leads to trust—and then to change.
Politics Has a Strong Grip on Our Hearts. The Gospel’s Grip Should Be Stronger.
How the church can shape public policy without losing its soul.
Your Unbelieving Friends Need More Stories Than Syllogisms
Why serving up a diet of hard, rationalistic Christianity might be counterproductive.
N. T. Wright: The Pandemic Should Make Us Humble—and Relentlessly Practical
We can’t know for sure why it’s happening or how to stop it. But Scripture calls us to grieve with God’s Spirit and get to work serving others.
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The Gospel Takes Center Stage in ‘Hamilton’
As the hit Broadway musical makes its screen debut in a time of social unrest, its themes of hope and redemption resound all the louder.
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Mark Galli: Your Spiritual Dry Spell Is God’s Fertile Ground
Loving the Lord depends less on personal feelings and more on practice, says the former editor in chief of Christianity Today.
Overcoming the Panes of Loneliness
A pastor identifies three pieces of glass that isolate us from our neighbors and communities.
Singing in the Storm With Rain for Roots
The group’s latest album offers a timely message for this global moment.
The Cure for Complementarianism Gone Wrong
Author Aimee Byrd rethinks the “Biblical Manhood and Womanhood” movement.
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The Holy Fire Must Go On
As one of Jerusalem’s most ancient Christian celebrations is threatened by COVID-19, a brother-sister filmmaking team helps viewers experience the “Narnia” of their missionary-kid youth.
Christ Suffered for Our Sins, but He Didn’t Go to Hell for Them
A theologian explores what did (and didn’t) happen on Holy Saturday.
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 God
The so-called “moral argument” gives evidence of God’s existence. But it also directs us to his goodness and grace.
The ‘Over There’ Era of Missions Is Over
Nowadays, the Western church needs to send ambassadors to its own culture.
The Many Faces of Narcissism in the Church
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?
In an era of anxiety about personal boundaries and sexual signals, Jesus shows us how to minister to others with care and sensitivity.

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What Pastors See as the ‘New Normal’ for Preaching After the Pandemic
What Pastors See as the ‘New Normal’ for Preaching After the Pandemic
COVID-19’s ministry disruptions are generating lasting insights.

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