Did you catch all of the most-read CT articles from 2014?
Here's a look back at what readers kept clicking:
20) The 160-Year Christian History Behind What's Happening in Ukraine
How we have misunderstood Russia, the Crimean Peninsula, and supposedly secular Europe.
19) Fox News' Highly Reluctant Jesus Follower
Of all people surprised that I became an evangelical Christian, I'm the most surprised.
18) Top Ten Jesus Movies
They've been making films about the Son of God for over a century. Here's one man's list of those that ascend to the top of the cinematic pack.
The Bible scholar's goal is to massively revise the way we talk about the Christian faith. By many accounts, he's already succeeded.
16) The Case for Big Change at Calvary Chapel
Being ‘culturally conservative’ hurts movement’s relevance, says Chuck Smith’s successor, Brian Brodersen.
15) Jen Hatmaker Brings Her 'Super-Christian' Family onto Reality TV
The popular blogger thrives on big surprises, busy schedules, and church community.
14) Why 'God and the Gay Christian' Is Wrong About the Bible and Same-Sex Relationships
Matthew Vines rehashes older gay-friendly arguments for a modern audience. But those arguments still don’t square with Scripture.
In a rush to shed our separatist past, have young evangelicals forgotten to love their neighbors?
12) Kay Warren: A Year of Grieving Dangerously
One year after the suicide of her son, she shares her story of grief, mystery, and hope.
11) 33 Under 33
Meet the Christian leaders shaping the next generation of our faith.
10) Mark Driscoll Resigns from Mars Hill
"I do not want to be the source of anything that might detract from our church’s mission."
As a leftist lesbian professor, I despised Christians. Then I somehow became one.
8) New Poll Finds Evangelicals’ Favorite Heresies
Survey finds many American evangelicals hold unorthodox views on the Trinity, salvation, and other doctrines.
After a flood of reviews and controversy, it's finally here. So should you see it?
6) The Wrong Kind of Christian
I thought a winsome faith would win Christians a place at Vanderbilt’s table. I was wrong.
5) Five Errors to Drop From Your Easter Sermon
If you want to help people see Holy Week with fresh eyes, start by dropping these familiar fallacies.
4) The Surprising Discovery About Those Colonialist, Proselytizing Missionaries
They didn’t set out to change history. But one modern scholar’s research shows they did just that.
How I came to stop hiding and face the biggest secret of my early life.
2) Left Behind
Not a "Christian movie." Not even close.
1) World Vision's hiring reversal
World Vision: Why We're Hiring Gay Christians in Same-Sex Marriages
President Richard Stearns explains change is a symbol of Christian ‘unity’ not ‘compromise.’
World Vision Reverses Decision To Hire Christians in Same-Sex Marriages
Stearns: 'Certain beliefs are so core to our Trinitarian faith that we must take a strong stand on those beliefs.'
Top stories of 2013: Kirsten Powers's conversion, Andy Stanley on President Obama, child sponsorships, the war over Christian beards, and more.
Top stories of 2012: Chuck Colson's death, the trouble with TBN, why the clothing we wear to church matters, and more.
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