Theology+Spirituality

I Called Off My Engagement. I Didn’t Feel God’s Peace.
Looking for the right fit in a spouse is often less important than praying for the Spirit’s blessing.
Both Purity Culture and Hook-Up Culture Failed Me
Then I found church fellowship.
Remembering Rob Moll
Our friend and coworker had joyfully prepared for his tragic death.
We Love and Loathe God
If we can't admit that, we won't make much headway.
Your Peak Life Now: How to Face Career Decline with Grace and Faith
The best way to prepare for our inevitable demise is a healthy focus on death, discipleship, and worship.
Americans Who Know Religion Best Hold Worse Views of Evangelicals
Pew: Religious literacy usually helps Americans appreciate other faiths. Evangelicals score highest when it comes to their own.
What the Ordination Debate Misses: Laywomen in Ministry
Complementarians and egalitarians share common ground in lay leadership.
Moonshot: What Barth, Tillich, and Tozer Thought of the Space Age
CT’s 1958 interview provides some bearing on today's missions to the sun, Mars and beyond.
Are Evangelicals More Empathetic?
Analysis on recent survey results may provide Christians with some encouragement—and reproof.
Predators and Prey: Was Death Part of God’s Plan All Along?
Q&A: A theologian finds God’s care amidst suffering in an evolutionary creation.
Korean Megachurches Debate If Pastors’ Kids Can Inherit Pulpits
Myungsung, the world’s largest Presbyterian church, awaits denominational court ruling on pastoral succession.
What Christians Really Think About the Church’s Relationship Advice
New survey research sheds light on how believers navigate the stickier matters of dating and marriage.
The Temptations of Evangelical Worship
It’s not about manufacturing positive religious feelings.
One-on-One with Ken Harrison on ‘Rise of the Servant Kings’ and Promise Keepers
“A real man...evaluates his relationships based on how well he keeps his promises and commitments within those relationships.”
Why ‘Let Go and Let God’ Is My Lifeline
Trusting in the Lord has made my life both easier and harder.
Seeing Immigrants Through God’s Eyes
Why their stories are always relevant, no matter the politics of immigration.
The Bible’s Impact on Human Rights
The ideas of human dignity and respect for all didn’t develop in a vacuum.
Go Ahead. Hire That Housekeeper.
The Christian case for getting domestic help and doing it well.
The Church’s Sickness Unto Death
Our missional activism threatens to kill us. It doesn’t have to.
O Evangelismo Deveria Ser a Prioridade do Cristão em Seu Local de Trabalho?
Especialistas discutem o tema no Fórum Mundial do Trabalho do Movimento Lausanne.
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America Needed Spies. Many Missionaries Were Ready and Willing.
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.
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