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You Should Be Bored in Church
Q&A with education professor Kevin Gary on the moral problem of the restless mind and why we need to learn to sit with tedium.
No Doctrine of the Trinity Is an Island
As a new introduction emphasizes, the deep mysteries of Father, Son, and Spirit can’t be grasped in isolation.
Um guia para entender os ‘Anéis de Poder’, série da Amazon
O reino de Númenor criado por Tolkien é um conto de advertência para nós, hoje.
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Where Ya From?Episode 33
Finding Our Purpose with William Pannell and Jemar Tisby
Listen as preaching scholar William Pannell and Christian historian Jemar Tisby share how breaking silence and embracing tension allows them to advocate for justice.
Compline & Confusion in a Manhattan Hospital
On Christian Wiman & Faith as Contingency
Five Years After Church Shooting, Sutherland Springs Pastor Retires
Now at a new location, the rural Texas church continues on in memory of the 26 members killed, including the pastor’s teenage daughter.
‘Two Taels of Bread’ and Other East Asian Heresies
Misconceptions about Jesus, Scripture, and salvation prevail.
5 Books on the History of Christian Parenting in America
Chosen by David P. Setran, author of “Christian Parenting: Wisdom and Perspectives from American History.”
New & Noteworthy Fiction
Chosen by Linda MacKillop, author of “The Forgotten Life of Eva Gordon.”
Political Empathy Takes Work
Developing our theory of mind can help us understand the “other.”
Found on Bushes? No!
Wisdom from CT’s first managing editor, and gifts of its latest ones.
Migrants to Europe Are Changing Churches
Study finds new immigrants in about half of hospitable congregations.
If We Can’t Reason Together, How Can We Worship Together?
The knowledge crisis afflicting American society poses even greater dangers for the church.
Faith and Doubt Aren’t Black and White
Travis Dickinson shows believers how to question their beliefs without discarding them.
Before I Got Saved, I Got Shipped Off and Strung Out
First came Vietnam, then drug addiction. Somehow, God helped me survive.
Bring Back Altar Calls
They could foster the worst in evangelical spirituality. But the best of it, too.
Christian Aid Agencies Have a New Approach to Famine
Relief has changed in time for Africa’s worst food shortage in 80 years.
What the First Black Death Victims Wanted the World to Know
New research traces plague to historic Syriac Christian community.
Negligence Is a Deadly Sin
The Bible is consistent in condemning shortcuts that hurt others. And they’re rife.
What Does the End of ‘Roe v. Wade’ Require of Us?
Responses to our July/August issue.

Top Story October 5, 2022

Bring Back Altar Calls
Bring Back Altar Calls
They could foster the worst in evangelical spirituality. But the best of it, too.

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