Twenty pieces from 2018 that Christianity Today’s editors hope you didn’t miss.
- How History’s Revivals Teach Us to PrayThe case for communing with God in a daring and agonizing way.
- The Anti-Racism Activist That History ForgotIn the Jim Crow era, an African-American newspaper owner made a biblical case against racism.
- What Evangelicals Can Learn from George LindbeckHere's why one of the leaders of postliberalism believed conservative Protestants would carry the torch.
- Jesus Showed Up in My Anatomy LabWhat dissecting bodies taught me about the passion story and life after death.
- Why Zika, and Other Viruses, Don’t Disprove God’s GoodnessA microbiologist reflects on the problem of evil in human diseases.
- Creation Groans, but God Hears: Many Species Face ‘Thinning of Life’On World Wildlife Day, conservationists reflect on biblical ways of dealing with eco-anxiety.
- I Discipled a MurdererWhen people don't change, are our efforts in vain?
- When Pastors Are Sexual Abuse SurvivorsChildhood trauma can sabotage ministry in sinister ways.
- The Pastor's Currency Is InfluenceAre you spending it wisely?
- Ta-Nehisi Coates’s departure from 'The Atlantic' reflects a growing crisis: Our digital age inhibits reliable and enduring insight.
- The moral imagination of literature speaks volumes.
- A new report from the Center for Public Justice offers guiding principles for how church communities, policy makers, and employers can put pro-family beliefs into action.
- What Happens When You Love a RacistHe was a budding white nationalist leader. His friends thought he could be something different.
- The Origin Story of Martin Luther King Jr.How the civil-rights hero honed his preaching skills and prophetic vision at a Northern liberal seminary.
- Other than God and people, they’re the most mentioned living thing in the Bible.
- Love Thy Neighbor as Mister Rogers DidA new documentary shows how a gentle Presbyterian minister turned TV inside out.
- Dorothy Sayers Did Not Want to Be a ProphetNevertheless, the saucy British writer made the pious vociferously angry.
- America’s most progressive city—and the rest of our country—needs the voice of the local church now more than ever.
- Who Brought the Gospel to Korea? Koreans Did.The spread of the gospel is usually attributed to foreign missionaries, but the story is different on this Asian peninsula.
- Two Slave Brothers Birthed Africa’s Oldest State ChurchThe history of the Axum Empire and Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church.
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