How and why we turn to God.
“Listen Yahweh”
The Elizabethan rhythms in most translations of the Psalms hide the fact that these are not the prayers of nice people.
Christmas on Tiptoe
God came down the backstairs at Bethlehem.
Whose Child Is This?
The early church's opponents claimed Jesus was illegitimate. Its heretical fringe said he wasn't human. The doctrine of the Virgin Birth set them both straight.
In Praise of Foolish Lovers
Why would Martin Luther and Jonathan Edwards make fools of themselves over the return of Christ?
Dedalus’s Complaint
For Christian virtue to rise above its pale and monotonous image, it must, like art, become a bridge between the visible and the invisible.
Brave New Harvest
Fetal-cell transplants can help victims of debilitating disease. But is the price too high?
Candid Camera
An Elegant Christmas
The Evangelical Closet
Whodunit Theology
The mystery novel is thoroughly moral in its basic conflict between good and evil.
Dressed for the Struggle
At the victory banquet, Faith sits by unneeded. She does her work in the midst of the battle.
What Can I Say?
When I realized my prayer life needed more than resolve, I began to pray about praying.
Why You Don’t Have to Cheer Up
Great mourners can be great rejoicers.
Teaching a Tombstone to Talk
Battlefield Journalism

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