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Female Evangelical Leaders Have a Hidden Predecessor to ThankSubscriber Access Only
Kathryn Kuhlman’s story offers a case study of the indisputable achievements of strong evangelical women and the equally indisputable roadblocks they often face.
‘Evangelical’ Isn’t Code for White and RepublicanSubscriber Access Only
The movement is richer and more diverse than media portrayals suggest.
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.
Have Archaeologists Found the Lost City of the Apostles?
Recent discoveries have placed the biblical city of Bethsaida closer to shore where Peter and Andrew left their nets to follow Christ.
America Needed Spies During World War II. Many Missionaries Were Ready and Willing.
They regretted some of what they were asked to do, but they thought defending democracy was worth it.
Why Christians Have a Knack for Boundary-Crossing Friendships
Throughout history, believers have taken risks of love for the sake of the kingdom.
Celebrating The Essential Role Of The Historically Small Church
Let’s help today’s small churches be as great as yesterday’s small churches.
World Vision Helped Evangelicals Become Social Activists—Within Limits
A new history tracks the uneasy alliance between the organization and its core supporters.
Drilling for Oil, Contending for Truth
A historian shows how the pursuit of God and “black gold” went hand in hand—and how it changed the shape of American Christianity.
The ‘First-Century Mark’ Saga from Inside the Room
My reflections after eight years of silence.
The Nazis Persecuted Him. The Soviets Killed Him. Today He’s Barely Known.Subscriber Access Only
James Edwards’s biography recovers the memory of German theologian Ernst Lohmeyer.
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.
What’s Wrong With The Church Today? Nothing That Hasn’t Been Wrong Every Other Day
God has always used imperfect people and imperfect churches, because that’s all there is to work with.
Balm for the Religious-Freedom Lover’s Soul
Steven Waldman’s book helps “complainers” like me regain a sense of perspective.
Philipp Jakob Spener
Protestant pastor who founded pietism.
At Notre Dame, Good Friday Came Early
The cathedral’s famous Gothic form, which proclaimed Christ in shape and structure, will never die.
Waiting Time Isn’t Wasted Time
As technology makes the world go faster, life’s little delays feel increasingly intolerable. Why we shouldn’t be in such a rush to get rid of them.
African American Students Respond to Southern Seminary’s Slavery ReportSubscriber Access Only
After an unflinching look at its racist past, SBC’s flagship seminary aims to honor a more diverse population on campus.
How Universalism, ‘the Opiate of the Theologians,’ Went Mainstream
Michael McClymond decries the rising popularity of an idea Christians have rejected for most of church history.
World Vision Flips the Script on Child Sponsorship
World Vision Flips the Script on Child Sponsorship
In the ministry’s first major innovation in seven decades, the children now do the choosing.
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