- Americans Read the Bible More After Switching DenominationsIn a recent survey, those who left their childhood traditions for a church of their own reported higher engagement with their faith.
- Some American Protestants Aren’t Letting Go of RevolutionAs partisan fighting turns into physical attacks against public figures, evangelicals lack consensus on when political violence is justified.
- A Religious Movement Divided Against Itself (Probably) Cannot StandLiberal Protestants built a global elite in the 20th century. Its fracturing holds a caution for evangelicals today.
- Faithful Orthodoxy Requires Reading WidelyEvangelicals should humbly learn from all Christian tradition—yet many are ignorant or suspicious of pre-Protestant theology.简体中文繁體中文
- How ‘Christian’ Overtook the ‘Protestant’ LabelWhen given the option, most younger believers go for a broader term.
- Meritocracy Is a Betrayal of the Protestant Ethic, not a FulfillmentWhy the “rhetoric of rising” is incompatible with Christian views of grace and the common good.
- What Kuyper Can Teach Us 100 Years LaterEvangelicals can build social trust through a commitment to Christian institutions and service to the world.españolPortuguês
- The City That Never Stops WorshippingThough some have likened it to Sodom and Gomorrah, New York City has a long history of religious vibrancy.
- Are Great Novels a Thing of the Past?Or are reports of their death greatly exaggerated?
- More Non-Evangelicals Are Calling Themselves Born AgainA growing share of mainline Protestants and Catholics have taken on the once-distinctive label over the past three decades.