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Our September Issue: This Present Fiction
Before American Christians were known for writing pop fiction, they were known for disliking it.
The Church Has Helped to Heal Those It Once Hurt
We can imitate those in Acts 6 who responded to the needs of neglected and oppressed women.
Christian College Boards: Stay Strong on Sexual Ethics
CCCU schools are facing intense pressure. But it’s an opportunity, not a siege.
Our April Issue: Single Parenting by Choice
CT’s single-parent adoption pioneer shares her story.
Post-Election Civility Is Not Enough
Love keeps no record of wrongs, but it does stand up against them.
Sacred Duties
Why we wanted an article rethinking tax exemptions.
The Gospel According to Mark (Galli)
Lessons from CT’s editor in chief.
Meet the Minnie Church
What happens when you plant a church only for Walt Disney World employees?
Our October Issue: Short-Term Memory
Bearing witness well.
Remembering Rob Moll
Our friend and coworker had joyfully prepared for his tragic death.
The Risk of Inviting Jesus into Your Summer
Can this season be one where I grow with God and with my neighbor?
Religious Freedom Isn’t Just for Christians
A Supreme Court cruelty reveals how we can love our neighbors.
How to Jump Back In to Bible Reading
Christian leaders have their own reasons for not reading Scripture.
Our March Issue: No Senior Moments, Please
Aging, weakness, and … hey let’s talk about something else!
Who Counts? How to Rightly Divide American Christianity
The academy's debate over black church differences is more than a numbers game.
Jesus Is Lord. Period.
We’re rendering unto Caesar too much time and attention.
Our March Issue: The Gospel for ‘Every Area of Life’
We still believe that the basic solution to the world’s crises—and our own—is theological.
One Does Not Simply Leave Evangelicalism
We agree: It’s a broken word describing broken people in a broken movement. It’s still Good News.
No Child Left Behind Comes to Awana
The children’s ministry rethinks the competition at its core.
Hath God Truly Said, ‘Avoid Foolish Controversies’?
It turns out that lustily fighting for the truth isn’t what God asks of us.
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