- When the Best Bible-Reading Tool Made Bible Reading WorseThe unintended consequences of concordances offers a warning to Christians today.Français简体中文繁體中文
- Philip Yancey, as Few Could Have Imagined HimThe writer’s new memoir sheds light on an upbringing steeped in bigotry and a lifetime of “useful” pain.
- The Unearthed Conscience of Black FundamentalismA hard racial line divided conservative white and Black Protestants 100 years ago. It didn’t have to be that way.
- Died: Beka Horton, Who Developed Abeka Christian School CurriculumWith her husband Arlin, she rejected secular education and pioneered an alternative that started with student discipline.
- Quick To ListenEpisode 212|51minWhat Ahmaud Arbery’s Death Recalls About Lynching and Church HistoryHow and why these killings—and Christians’ responses to them—changed over the centuries.
- When Should Doctrine Divide, and When Should Unity Prevail?How “theological triage” helps us pick our battles on matters of faith.Português
- Quick To ListenEpisode 140|48minThe History of the Fundamentalists Facing a Massive Abuse ScandalMeet the conservative Baptists who don’t like Billy Graham.
- Quick To ListenEpisode 127|1 hrJohn MacArthur's ‘Statement on Social Justice’ Is Aggravating EvangelicalsChristians are talking past each other once again. What's going on?
- The Family Feud that Changed the Shape of Christian Higher EducationWhat makes a college “evangelical” or “fundamentalist?” The dividing lines weren’t always so clear.
- How Larry Norman Became the Elvis Presley of Christian RockHis music inspired a generation of Jesus freaks, but he never shook the suspicion of being a wolf in sheep’s clothing.