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Remembering Richard N. Longenecker, Scholar Who Rethought Judaism and the Apostle Paul
He never forgot that when he was studying the New Testament, he was studying Holy Scripture.
An Analysis of the 2021 Annual SBC Gathering
The election was a fork in the road, rejecting a hard right turn and embracing a multiethnic future.
Act as if You Are Staying in a Community Forever—Even When You’re Not
In "Uprooted," Grace Olmstead makes the argument that we should stick around.
Pastores y padres de jóvenes tienen un problema de comunicación acerca del propósito central de la iglesia
El sociólogo Christian Smith dice que la mayoría de las mamás y los papás estadounidenses ven el Cuerpo simplemente como un centro de recursos para sus hijos.
Why Do Some People Think Jesus Was a Racist?
They point to his dialogue with the Syrophoenician woman. But the story shows the opposite of what they claim.
The River of Justice Flows Downhill
We can make modest progress through human effort, but only God can deliver true equity.
The Bible Doesn’t Come with Instructions. But We Still Need Guidance to Handle It Well.
Michael Bird offers a trusty primer on reading and understanding God’s Word.
Brokenness to Beauty
CT’s new initiatives to bind the fractured church together again.
Even When Money Is Tight, Churches Have More Resources Than They Realize
How “redemptive entrepreneurship” can multiply the impact of cash-strapped ministries.
Having Polio Was a Privilege, Not a Punishment
How a passage in John’s gospel transformed my perspective on God and suffering.
5 Books to Awaken Interest in Christian History
Chosen by Jennifer Woodruff Tait, editor of “Christian History” magazine and author of “Christian History in Seven Sentences.”
No More ‘Evangelical Vatican’: Christians Rebuild Relationship with Colorado Springs
It’s one thing to tell the city that you’re there for its good. It’s another to show it.
Gleanings: June 2021
How to Have Patriotism Without Nationalism
Christians have always been called to love place and neighbor over the power of state.
Is Jemar Tisby’s Bestselling Book About Racism a Fluke?
Publishers tried for years to get evangelical readers to care. Then one succeeded.
After Angela Merkel, German Evangelicals Weigh Political Values
Voting guides have been replaced by discussion questions as Christians consider the future.
Patrons’ Saints: Christians Turn to Patreon, Substack, and Kickstarter
As more evangelical figures embrace crowdfunding, is the format demanding too much of them?
Church History Is a Beautiful Melody Imperfectly Performed
How the message of Christ resonated through the centuries, even at moments when his followers failed to keep the tune.
Christian College Boards: Stay Strong on Sexual Ethics
CCCU schools are facing intense pressure. But it’s an opportunity, not a siege.

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