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The Humbling of a Proud Hindu
How God got my attention when I thought I was too good for grace.
Texas Man Dreams of Tallest Cross
Six have claimed US title in last 30 years.
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.
This Holy Week, Linger at the Cross
Explore CT's special issue for the Easter season.
To Truly Live, I Needed to Die
If the old me stays alive, I never escape hell. Instead, I live it.
Joni Eareckson Tada: Why Should I Fear Death?
Christ’s death and resurrection give me a heavenly perspective on suffering and mortality.
Evangelism Isn’t a Chore. It’s a Joy.
When Jesus changes our lives, it’s only natural to invite others along.
Forgive Us Our Self-Interested Love
Jesus’ generous sacrifice calls us far beyond our own inclinations.
The Cross Creates the Community We Need
Jesus offers the surprising remedy for our loneliness.
A Nigerian Pastor Reflects on Partnering with Christ in Suffering
Christians can find a strange happiness as we grow in our willingness to face persecution.
Justification Isn’t Just About Me
The Cross calls me to cross the pew.
Set Free by the Cross, Why Do We Live in Bondage?
The Enemy wants us to doubt the efficacy of God’s grace and the assurance of his mercy.
The Cross Changes Everything
Why the Crucifixion is the center of our theology—and our lives.
Jesus Didn’t Suffer to Prove a Philosophical Point
What the cross teaches us about his remarkable patience.
Bringing a Tent Peg to a Sword Fight
Why God sends his people into battle armed with the tools of everyday life.
Christ's Confident Resolve
What Jesus' arrest and trial can teach us about facing opposition.
Suffering and Submission in Gethsemane
Even as Jesus struggled, he was resolute about what he wanted most of all.
Mary’s Perfume Points Us Toward the Cross
Her extravagant gesture exemplifies utter devotion.
I Don’t Know Why the Atonement ‘Works,’ But I Know It Does
Christ taking our place on the cross doesn’t always make sense. It doesn't have to.
What the Kavanaugh Saga Says About Our View of Sin
Our political loyalties often prevent us from thinking biblically about the human condition.

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