The Deep Satisfaction of Accomplishing Something Together
A Christian college president defends institutional life—even the meetings!—as a high calling.
Studying the Bible in the Ancient Languages [Theology for Life]
Dr. Graves is Professor of Biblical Studies at Wheaton College.
God Came to Me in My Cancer
At a time when I should have felt abandoned by God, I experienced what Augustine called “the sweetness.”
What Evangelicals Can Learn from George Lindbeck
Here's why one of the leaders of postliberalism believed conservative Protestants would carry the torch.
Evangelism, Meet Soul Care
Why we need to love ourselves to effectively love our neighbor and share the gospel.
How Young African Americans are Fusing Faith and Activism
And how the church can help nurture their desire to integrate spirituality and social justice in fresh ways.
God’s Letter to Us
How evangelicals read Scripture.
My Larry Nassar Testimony Went Viral. But There’s More to the Gospel Than Forgiveness.
Former gymnast Rachael Denhollander spent years discovering God’s perspective on sexual abuse. Then her advocacy for survivors cost her her church.
Understanding Korean-U.S. Relations through a Faith Lens [Theology for Life]
Dr. Kim teaches history at Wheaton College.
Three European Alliances Warn Evangelical-Catholic Unity Is Going Too Far
World Evangelical Alliance explains why Italy, Spain, and Malta leaders shouldn’t fear that global group has fallen for the ‘Francis effect.’
Demonic Cheese-Donkeys and Immortal Peacocks: Augustine Does Science
How a church father loved God with his rational mind.
Personality Tests—A Waste or a Resource?
Personality tests are helpful tools to understand the gifts and abilities that the Lord has given us.
Christians & Immigration [Theology for Life]
David Iglesias serves as the director of the Wheaton Center for Faith, Politics, and Economics.
Translating the N. T. Wright and David Bentley Hart Tussle
The recent New Testament dust-up between big-name scholars reminds us how hard—and important—Bible translation can be.
Why I Almost Left Evangelicalism
I almost distanced myself from the label years ago, but I’m glad I stayed.
Died: George Lindbeck, Father of Postliberal Theology
Nature of Doctrine author was a “missionary to postmodernity.”
How Poetry Might Change the Pro-Life Debate
The moral imagination of literature speaks volumes.
Looking for Ancient African Religion? Try Christianity.
The African religious imagination already anticipates Christ.
Does the Church’s First Spiritual Abuse Verdict Give Critics a New Weapon?
We emulate Jesus when we expose abuse. But dividing it into special categories may do more harm than good.
My Undocumented Boyfriend’s Parents Taught Me True Hospitality
I was welcomed by my future in-laws who were unwelcome in my own country.
The Radical Christian Faith of Frederick Douglass
The Radical Christian Faith of Frederick Douglass
The great abolitionist spoke words of rebuke—and hope—to a slaveholding society.
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