- Indian Christian Day Uses Martyrdom of Apostle Thomas to Unite the DiasporaOne in five Indian Americans is now Christian. But they remain divided by language, doctrine, and generation.
- Another Big Book on Paul? Bring It On!Some thoughts from a fellow Pauline scholar on Douglas Moo’s eagerly awaited, comprehensive study of the apostle’s letters.
- From the Empty Tomb to Today’s Abuse: Believe WomenI was an RZIM apologist. Trusting female sources is key to Christian witness.españolIndonesian
- Letter Writing Isn’t a Lost Art in Egypt. It’s an Ancient Ministry.Even as technology made communication quicker, these Coptic leaders ministered through snail mail.العربية
- What Skeptical Scholars Admit about the Resurrection Appearances of JesusThe historical evidence is clear: Those who claimed to see him risen must have seen something.españolPortuguêsFrançais
- Have Archaeologists Found the Lost City of the Apostles?Recent discoveries have placed the biblical city of Bethsaida closer to shore where Peter and Andrew left their nets to follow Christ.
- After the Storm, Churches and Relief Organizations Don’t Share the Same CallCongregations shouldn’t go it alone when there are resources across the body of Christ they can leverage.
- Paul Doesn’t Care Whether You Like HimAn excerpt from 'Paul Behaving Badly.'
- Did Matthew Think Peter Was a False Disciple?A new book from a top evangelical scholar makes the case.
- An Explosion of JoyWhat it means to be the apostolic church.