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Billy Graham’s Altar Calls Were More Than Moments of Decision
For the late evangelist, the time after the sermon was about getting people into church.
Graham and the Jews: A Complex Connection
The Nixon tapes revealed a shocking quote, but there was much more to his relationship with Judaism.
Fear, Hospitality, and the Common Good
A revisionist account of the Reformation.
The Justice-Forward Salvation Army
Combined with evangelism, it's a heady combination.
Hudson Taylor and the Power of Gentleness
How the missionary to China responded when his charges were murdered.
Preacher with a Paintbrush
The first acclaimed black artist shared the gospel without saying a word.
The Religious Roots of Protest
How justice movements have co-opted the church’s music.
The Man Who Humanized War
He still shapes our wartime ideals 150 years later.
What a Christian Ethic Looks Like Outside
Beauty for the many: Why I side with conservationists over nature mystics.
No Such Thing as 'Other People's Problems'
How the church can help develop a 'we' culture for the next generation.
The Best Way to Use Music in Church
The key to biblical worship: Let everyone sing!
Rethinking Capital Punishment
The U.S. standards are far below biblical guidelines.
Biblical Adoption Is Not What You Think It Is
For one, it wasn't about the child, but mostly the family.
Jurassic Evangelicalism
The legacy of Carl F. H. Henry.
Why Don't We Find Bloodshed Repugnant Anymore?
Yes, the early church was pro-life. But it wasn't just the death of the unborn that it opposed.
Real Martyrs Don't Murder
A new book suggests otherwise, but it is dead wrong.
Escaping Ourselves
Why it is vital to teach students to read carefully.
Jesus' Elevator Speech
Or was it his inaugural address? There's a difference.
"How Great Thou Art" & the 100-Year-Old Bass
The story of George Beverly Shea's signature tune.
Who Defines Doctrine?
Often it's not the theologians but the people. Here's why.