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Our Histories Are Not Created EqualSubscriber Access Only
Why Americans should be upfront with our kids—and ourselves—about how power and privilege shaped our backgrounds.
The First Thanksgiving We Don’t RememberSubscriber Access Only
Bad fortune, divine chastisement, and mercy after the Pilgrims feasted with the Wampanoag.
The Colonists’ New Religious MysterySubscriber Access Only
Sorry, Pilgrims: Jamestown’s spiritual life is suddenly much more fascinating.
Amen to Women in PoliticsSubscriber Access Only
From a complementarian who celebrates female government leaders.
Stop Explaining Away Black Christian ForgivenessSubscriber Access Only
The Charleston families did not forgive to express the values of their race, but to be faithful to their God.
Christians' Pro-Vaccines HistorySubscriber Access Only
Meet the Puritan who helped to eradicate smallpox.
'Pioneer Girl' Laura Ingalls Wilder's Real Memoir Overturns Our False NostalgiaSubscriber Access Only
After realizing the grittiness of the past, we can face the brokenness of the present
Black Future Month: Why We Choose to Look AheadSubscriber Access Only
In a nation still plagued with injustice, we remember history so we can move forward.
The History We’d Prefer to ForgetSubscriber Access Only
Why we pass on pain to the next generation.
5 Guidelines for Living in a Pluralist SocietySubscriber Access Only
Protestant Christianity is losing the mainstream status it once enjoyed. How to model a winsome faith anyway.
This Rockabilly Christian LifeSubscriber Access Only
Retro style and the inescapable, human longing for times gone by.
The Teetotalers I Never KnewSubscriber Access Only
Abstaining Christian activists of previous generations were radically committed to the common good.
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Why We Need JFK's Peace LegacySubscriber Access Only
What Christians can learn from the president's foreign policy achievement of 1963.
Our Almost National AnthemSubscriber Access Only
The 'Battle Hymn of the Republic' has marched its way through American history. But does it do justice to Jesus?
On Gettysburg's 150th, New Museum Examines Faith's RoleSubscriber Access Only
$15 million Seminary Ridge Museum opens with focus on "duty and devotion."
Why Cities Feel Glorious
And why, in comparison, the suburbs so often feel flat.
Forging the Future with the Tip of a Pen
How Jake Weidmann, one of 11 master penmen in the world, uses ink to link the past and future.
The Forgotten Woman of Evangelical HistorySubscriber Access Only
Sarah Osborn's 18th-century life reveals an astonishing amount about the origins of American evangelicalism.
Making Culture in a Small Town Storefront
Why I helped restore a relic from the past on behalf of the next generation.
The Quest for the Perfect AtheistSubscriber Access Only
Susan Jacoby's biography of Robert Ingersoll mistakes a likeable fellow with a second-rate mind for a "freethinking" hall-of-famer.
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Proving That God Exists Without Opening a Bible
Proving That God Exists Without Opening a Bible
How human reason alone can lay a pathway from doubt to belief.
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