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God’s Mercy is More Robust Than We Think Subscriber access only
Grace does not sabotage the pursuit of righteousness but empowers it.
The Cautionary Tale of Jerry Falwell Jr. Subscriber access only
It’s time to remember the qualifications of biblical leadership.
How to Stop the Shootings Subscriber access only
There is no simple solution to America's gun violence. But there is hope.
We Love and Loathe God
If we can't admit that, we won't make much headway.
And Now, the Star of the Show....
How we inadvertently create a cult of personality around our preachers.
Whatever Happened to Communion & Baptism?
Or, why aren’t we doing what Jesus told us to do?
The Temptations of Evangelical Worship
It’s not about manufacturing positive religious feelings.
The Church’s Sickness Unto Death
Our missional activism threatens to kill us. It doesn’t have to.
True Doctrine Doesn’t Wait Subscriber access only
Without good theology, you can’t have Christlike love and compassion.
The Purpose of the World: To Become the Church
Paul on “good works”—and my replies to initial critiques of this series.
The Church Does Not Exist for the Sake of the World
According to Scripture, the people of God have a higher purpose.
The Unfortunate Pedigree of the Missional Church
Why we need to rethink the church.
How We Have Forgotten God
Evangelical faith is no longer characterized by its initial passion.
Monomaniacs for God
What it looks like when people remember their greatest love.
The Heart of the Evangelical Crisis
It’s more fundamental than we’ve been led to believe.
RE: Rachel Held Evans
Our publishing process was less than perfect.
Repenting of Identity Politics Subscriber access only
New Zealand revealed the tragic logical end of evils like Christian Nationalism.
With All Your Heart, Soul, Wi-Fi, and Websites Subscriber access only
Stephen Lowe offers a biblical defense of online spiritual formation.
Christianity Today Appoints Timothy Dalrymple as New President and CEO
He succeeds Harold Smith, who retires May 1.
The Anvil of the Evangelical Mind Subscriber access only
Schools and scholars can help the Christ-centered movement become all the more Jesusy.
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