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CT Pastors Books

Struggling with Evangelicalism: Why I Want to Leave and What It Takes to Stay
Disowning ‘Evangelical’ Is a Denial of Responsibility
If our movement is carrying reputational baggage, then we have no choice but to own it.
Just Ask: The Joy of Confident, Bold, Patient, Relentless, Shameless, Dependent, Grateful, Powerful, Expectant Prayer
God Loves a Persistent Pray-er
He’s not offended when we ask, ask, and ask some more.
The Future of Orthodox Anglicanism
The Contentious Literary Family That Explains Global Anglicanism
How the dilemmas driving "The Brothers Karamazov" resemble those confronting the world’s third-largest Christian communion.
Effective Intercultural Evangelism: Good News in a Diverse World
You Can’t Reach Nonbelievers with ‘Passive Congeniality’
Two experts on intercultural evangelism explore the challenge of sharing Christ in a climate of growing indifference.
For Shame: Rediscovering the Virtues of a Maligned Emotion
Shame Is Often Toxic and Harmful. Sometimes, It’s Just What We Deserve.
A Christian philosopher pushes back on attempts to rid ourselves of this unloved emotion.
We Aren't Broke: Uncovering Hidden Resources for Mission and Ministry
Even When Money Is Tight, Churches Have More Resources Than They Realize
How “redemptive entrepreneurship” can multiply the impact of cash-strapped ministries.
Seven Things I Wish Christians Knew about the Bible
The Bible Doesn’t Come with Instructions. But We Still Need Guidance to Handle It Well.
Michael Bird offers a trusty primer on reading and understanding God’s Word.
Survival and Resistance in Evangelical America: Christian Reconstruction in the Pacific Northwest
Meet the Conservative Evangelicals Practicing ‘Strategic Hibernation’ in the American Northwest
They might embrace their marginal status, but they don’t plan on staying marginal forever.
A History of the Church through its Buildings
All Church Buildings Have a Story to Tell—Not Just the Tourist Magnets
An attempt to examine the church’s history through its architecture suffers from narrow understandings of “church” and “history” alike.
Pillars: How Muslim Friends Led Me Closer to Jesus
Christians Can Learn from Muslims. But There Are Lines We Shouldn’t Cross.
One writer’s attempt to relate Islam to her faith yields some lessons along with some stumbles.