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Dorothy Sayers Did Not Want to Be a Prophet Subscriber access only
Nevertheless, the saucy British writer made the pious vociferously angry.
Whatever Happened to Gifts of Language, Prophecy, and Healing? Subscriber access only
Let’s ask the early church fathers.
How History’s Revivals Teach Us to Pray Subscriber access only
The case for communing with God in a daring and agonizing way.
Kenneth Pike and the Making of Wycliffe Bible Translators and SIL International
How a man rejected by the China Inland Mission became one of the most significant figures in modern missions.
Demonic Cheese-Donkeys and Immortal Peacocks: Augustine Does Science
How a church father loved God with his rational mind.
Hiding the Full Truth from Kids Is Often Healthy
As our children come of age, how do we talk about the brutal realities of a broken world?
Biblical Archaeology’s Top 10 Discoveries of 2017
A glimpse at the important excavation work revealed this year.
The Radical Christian Faith of Frederick Douglass Subscriber access only
The great abolitionist spoke words of rebuke—and hope—to a slaveholding society.
Thomas Forsyth Torrance
Ecumenical Theologian
The Clergy Behind Science as We Know It Subscriber access only
Enlightenment-era pastors didn’t oppose modern science. They helped advance it.
Kepler Pursued God. He Found Him in Pomegranates.
How the ordered nature of the fruit found its way into modern computing.
Henry McNeal Turner: Church Planter, Politician, and Public Theologian
How America's first black army chaplain fought for freedom, justice, and democracy.
'The Beguiled' Reveals the Cracks in Our Imagined Selves
Sofia Coppola's latest film is all about the inevitable gap between who we are and who we claim to be.
Hobby Lobby Returns ‘Priceless’ Artifacts Smuggled from Iraq
Federal investigation fines Steve Green’s company $3 million.
Finally, Jackie Robinson’s Faith Is Getting the Attention It Deserves
Two books shine a long-overdue spotlight on the Christian convictions of the man who broke baseball’s color barrier.
Marriage Lessons from the Luthers
Katharina and Martin Luther lived 500 years ago, but they can teach us much about how to live well in our own modern-day marriages.
Should Churches Keep Their Civil War Landmarks?
How historic congregations grapple with Confederate legacy.
Do This in Remembrance
Participating in the “high holy day” of American civil religion is beneficial for Christians, so long as we do so thoughtfully.
Jarena Lee
Trailblazing African American Preacher and 'self-made' woman.
This Black Pastor Led a White Church—in 1788
The remarkable tenure and steadfast faithfulness of Lemuel Haynes.