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10 Things We Learned about Medicine and Illness in Bible Times
Insights for Covidtide from "The Dictionary of Daily Life in Biblical and Post-Biblical Antiquity."
An Unsung Inspiration for the Protestant Reformation: the Ethiopian Church
For the Reformers, renewing the church was a Pentecost moment tied to the global body of Christ.
Black History Month: 20 Stories Christians Should Know
Meet the leaders, activists, ministers, and artists who changed the church and the world.
Remembering Larry Hurtado, Leading Researcher of Early Christian Worship
The Edinburgh New Testament professor modeled faithful scholarship with his work on historic devotion to Jesus.
The First Christian
Mary’s preeminent example as a Christ follower neither began nor ended at Christmas.
The Most Diverse Movement in History
Christianity has been a multicultural, multiracial, multiethnic movement since its inception.
The Linkage Between Church Planting and Developing New Christians
Since the time of the Epistles, church planting has been a natural outflow of the Great Commission.
The Bonhoeffer That History Overlooked
In 1946, a man named Ernst Lohmeyer disappeared from East Germany. It took me three decades to piece together his story.
The Age of Pelagius
An ancient heresy continues to affect our culture in surprising ways.
Bonhoeffer: Advent Is Like a Prison Cell
In the midst of Nazi resistance, this Christian martyr offered three models for the season of waiting.
The Case for an Early Christmas
Christian history gives us reason to see Advent and Christmas as coexistent, not separate.
Where We Got It Wrong
CT’s greatest essays of old still speak today. But on civil rights, we failed our readers.
She Shaped Me: 10 Exemplars of Faith
Christian leaders reflect on the women from history who’ve influenced them.
What Is Evangelicalism?
A simple definition based in doctrine, history, or sociology won’t do. But a vibrant stream really does exist.
What Should Ministry Look Like in Post-Christian America?
Four church leaders weigh in.
How a Humble Evangelist Changed Christianity As We Know It
Churches were divided. Believers eschewed cultural influence. Liberal modernism was on the move. Then God made Billy Graham.
Why the Enslaved Adopted the Religion of Their Masters—and Transformed It
The story of early African-American Christianity proves the power of the Resurrection against oppression.
What Christians in the US Can Learn from Immigrant Pastors
For those who met Christ elsewhere, Americanized Christianity can look a bit strange.
Religious Life on the High Seas
An interview with Stephen Berry about faith and seafaring when the world traveled mostly by ship.
Why I’m Not Worried About The Future Of The Church – Or The Church Of The Future
Churches that adapt their methods to advance Jesus’ mission will struggle, but survive and thrive.

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Chinese American Christians Are More Politically Engaged—and More Divided
Chinese American Christians Are Becoming More Politically Engaged—and More Divided
The 2020 race brings out generational gaps within the most undecided Asian American demographic.

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