Theology+Spirituality

Why Character Is Making a Comeback
Character formation isn’t just an individual process, says Anne Snyder. It requires institutions.
The Call to Self-Discipline in a Media-Saturated Age
Our society is addicted to spectacle. How do we keep our eyes are fixed on Christ?
I Used to Hide My Shame. Now I Take Shelter Under the Gospel.
How a gay atheist teenager discovered Jesus and stopped living undercover.
The Risk of Inviting Jesus into Your SummerSubscriber Access Only
Can this season be one where I grow with God and with my neighbor?
Jesus Gave Me What Boozing and Brawling Couldn’t
My journey from the criminal underworld to the foot of the cross.
How J. P. Moreland Presented His Anxious Mind to GodSubscriber Access Only
The apologist opens up about his battles with mental illness.
We Want Straightforward Answers. God Gives Us Mysteries.Subscriber Access Only
Jen Pollock Michel traces the paradoxical shape of Christian truth.
5 Books on How to Give (and Receive) BlessingsSubscriber Access Only
Chosen by Tina Boesch, author of 'Given: The Forgotten Meaning and Practice of Blessing' (NavPress).
The Heart of the Evangelical Crisis
It’s more fundamental than we’ve been led to believe.
The Church Today in Cultural Captivity
Why the Lordship of Christ is the Great Commission.
A New Normal: Kingdom Collaboration on Our Campuses Like Never Before
The EveryCampus coalition indicates we may be nearing a revival.
One-on-One with Matt Brown on ‘Truth Plus Love’
“Truth plus love, I believe, will give us influence with people around us.”
Enter His Kitchen With Thanksgiving and His Pantry with Praise
This Mother’s Day and every day, feeding my kids is an opportunity for prayer.
RE: Rachel Held Evans
Our publishing process was less than perfect.
My Son Needed the Love of the Church. I Wasn’t Sure It Was Possible.
Including the cognitively disabled in ministry is a chance to live in a cross-shaped way.
Who Needs to Hear Proverbs 31 the Most?
The ‘wife of noble character’ is rarely applied to whom it was meant to describe.
Sabbath Rest: Not Just for Grownups
I want my children to know how to work hard. I also want them to know that hard work doesn’t define them.
CT Women: Our 15 Favorite Prayers
Women from across the country share words that shape their prayer lives.
The Three-Letter Word That Undergirds Gospel Living
Loving across our differences requires the power of paradox.
How Do We Reconcile Easter Beliefs with the Easter Bombings?
A Sri Lankan priest reflects on celebrating the Resurrection amid the tragedy of last week's attacks.
Top Story June 19, 2019
The Purpose of the World: To Become the Church
The Purpose of the World: To Become the Church
Paul on “good works”—and my replies to initial critiques of this series.
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