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Notable Books for 2019: A Brief Survey of Some of Last Year’s Best Christian Books
It is that time of year once again to reflect on some of the noteworthy books that have been published during 2019.
Christianity Today’s Top 10 Articles for Pastors in 2019
Screens are changing the way we read Scripture, preaching against racism is not a distraction from the gospel, and the disturbing temptations of pastoring in obscurity.
Christianity Today’s Most Popular Articles of the Decade
Whether Christians should vote for the lesser of two evils, inside the controversial Bethel Church, and understanding the transgender phenomenon.
The Most Life-Changing New Year’s Resolution Won’t Come Easy
Jesus warned his disciples that following him would cost them.
Reconciling God & Disasters
When faith is at the center of a person’s life, it can provide a strong anchor in even the roughest storms. 
C. S. Lewis Was a Grinch
The writer loved the Incarnation. Not so much the Christmas holiday.
How a Hard-Won Pregnancy Prepared Me for Advent
Elizabeth, Mary’s mentor, helps me see the Incarnation in a new way.
Imigrantes de Natal: Um Conto por Max Lucado
Em pleno Natal, uma família refugiada foge do perigo.
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Christmas Immigrants: A Story by Max Lucado
At the heart of the holiday, new parents fleeing danger.
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Los Inmigrantes en la Navidad: Un Cuento por Max Lucado
En medio de las fiestas navideñas, los padres primerizos huyen del peligro.
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What Lee Strobel Wants Christians to Know About Praying for Resurrections
The prominent apologist investigated miracles in the 21st century. Here’s what he found.
Iceland Needs a Brighter Christmas Story
The bizarre myths of “Jól” fail to offer the hope and joy of the true Christmas story.
An Advent Image Is Worth a Thousand Words
This season, we’re invited to see symbols of the Nativity not as quaint supplements to doctrinal truth but as robust invitations to faith.
Every Grieving Parent Can Hope for Resurrection
But the miraculous healings in the Gospel of Mark give us a glimpse at the kingdom, not a guarantee.
What Christians Miss When They Dismiss Imagination
Understanding God and our world needs more than bare reason and experience.
Five Books for Frederick Buechner Beginners
Chosen by Jeffrey Munroe, author of “Reading Buechner: Exploring the Work of a Master Memoirist, Novelist, Theologian, and Preacher” (InterVarsity Press).
Your God Will Come!
Isaiah 35 is a wilderness promise for exiles—and for us.
Fleming Rutledge: Advent Begins Where Human Potential Ends
This season invites us to turn our face toward the future of God, not man.
God Works Within Us and Beyond UsSubscriber Access Only
It’s surprisingly hard to remember that “our” ministry is actually God’s doing.
US Religion Census Maps Changing Churches, Declining Denominations
US Religion Census Maps Changing Churches, Declining DenominationsSubscriber Access Only
The 2020 project shows shifting complexity of organized religion.
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