Theology+Spirituality

Is Satan Omnipresent?
If not, how does he tempt many people at one time?
The Weigh Is Narrow
As former employees claim they were pressured to join Shamblin's church, the Weigh Down Workshop leader attempts to clarify her stance on the Trinity.
To Hell on a Cream Puff
Gluttony makes you soft and lovable. It's the cute sin.
The Weigh and the Truth
Christian dieting programs—like Gwen Shamblin's Weigh Down Diet—help believers pray off the pounds. But what deeper messages are they sending about faith and fitness?
Saving Celtic Spirituality
Despite the mythmaking, there's a wealth of Christian truth and devotion worth recovering.
What's the Good News?
Nine evangelical leaders define the gospel.
The Forgiveness Factor
Social scientists like Robert Enright are discovering the healing power of a Christian virtue.
Where Would Civilization Be Without Christianity? The Gift of Dignity
Where would civilization be today without Christian notions of compassion and solidarity?
Where Would Civilization Be Without Christianity? The Gift of Science
Science, as we think of it today, came about because Reformers believed that God revealed himself in nature.
Where Would Civilization Be Without Christianity? The Gift of Literacy
In many parts of the world, the birth of literacy coincides with the arrival of Christian missionaries.
Where Would Civilization Be Without Christianity? The Gift of Humility
Christianity has made a difference by surrounding the use of power with humility
Where Would Civilization Be Without Christianity? The Gift of Mission
The act of translating and enculturating the gospel has been Christianity's greatest contribution to human civilization.
Apocalypse Now
Revelation says more about church life today than about how the world will end.
‘Do You Believe in God?’
Columbine and the stirring of America’s soul.
Birth of a Troubled Conscience
A Christian Science upbringing. A shameful wartime act.
Hungry for God
Why more and more Christians are fasting for revival.
New Theologians
These top scholars are believers who want to speak to the church.

Top Story June 25, 2024

Bible Figures Never Say ‘I’m Sorry’
Bible Figures Never Say ‘I’m Sorry’
If they don’t “apologize” in the modern sense, it’s only because Scripture has a richer vocabulary of repentance.
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