Theology+Spirituality

Trump or Netanyahu? American Evangelicals Support Israel, Yet Signs of Change
13 experts assess new survey conducted after Gaza conflict, which finds solidarity with the Jewish state but increasing preference for Palestinians among younger and non-white evangelicals.
Research: Religious Americans Less Likely to Divorce
Recent data suggests that faithful young adults can marry in their 20s without increasing the risk of separation.
Taking the Trinitarian Christ out of Christmas
A recent poll shows nearly half of Americans believe a Christological heresy.
The Cosmos Is More Crowded Than You Think
How an old prayer and a newborn baby changed my perspective on angels.
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Christianity Today’s 2022 Book Awards
Our picks for the books most likely to shape evangelical life, thought, and culture.
Illinois Eliminated Parole in 1978. These Christians Want to Bring it Back.
A belief that people can change bolsters their movement.
I Entered Prison a ‘Protestant.’ I Left a Christian.
How a violent Northern Ireland loyalist became a pastor and an evangelist.
Blessed Are Those Who Embody the Beautitudes
As we search for meaning in the “blessings,” we must let them transform us.
Evangelicals Have Made The Trinity a Means to an End. It’s Time to Change That.
For 2,000 years, church leaders held to the same Trinitarian doctrine. How did we lose our way?
The Poet Who Prepared the Ground for the Sexual Revolution
Percy Shelley’s 19th-century attacks on marriage, monogamy, and Christianity foreshadowed progressive attitudes today.
‘No Room in the Inn’ Was Good News
The story of the Bethlehem hostel means Christ keeps company with pilgrims, not emperors.
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Why the Mars Hill Podcast Kept You Waiting
“Rise and Fall” producer Mike Cosper takes listeners backstage to answer questions about production delays, his personal experience, and more.
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For Those with Eyes to See, There Is Theological Truth in Church Architecture
How to read what the wood, glass, and stone say about God.
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Pointing to the Pasturelands: Reflections on Evangelicalism, Doctrine, & Culture
Selections from CT’s best J. I. Packer articles.
La iglesia necesita reforma, no deconstrucción
Una breve guía sobre el movimiento exevangélico
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Side B Christians Like Me Are An Asset Not a Threat
Same-sex-attracted believers pay the cost of discipleship every day. Our witness needs to be heard.
Look for Your Next Leader in the Background, Not the Spotlight
Yes, power corrupts some people. But maybe corruptible people seek power.
Singleness Lessons I Learned from the Early Church
The history of Christian celibacy is more complicated than we’d like to think.
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Vaccine Debates Are Responsible for 2021’s Fastest-Growing Bible Search Term: Sorcery
Does Scripture warn about Big Pharma? Endorse mask-wearing? Christians Googled for answers in 2021.
Cinco errores a evitar en su sermón de Navidad
Si quiere ayudar a que la gente vea la Navidad con nuevos ojos, empiece por deshacerse de estas conocidas falacias.
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The Poet Who Prepared the Ground for the Sexual Revolution
The Poet Who Prepared the Ground for the Sexual Revolution
Percy Shelley’s 19th-century attacks on marriage, monogamy, and Christianity foreshadowed progressive attitudes today.

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