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Strange Religion: How the First Christians Were Weird, Dangerous, and Compelling
Confronting the 21st-Century Church with the First-Century Church
Nijay Gupta helps us rediscover the compelling strangeness of the earliest Christians.
Crossing Cultures with the Gospel: Anthropological Wisdom for Effective Christian Witness
You Can’t Reach People for Christ While Holding Their Culture at Arm’s Length
A veteran missiologist shares a lifetime of lessons on bringing the gospel into unfamiliar settings.
The Pastor as Apologist: Restoring Apologetics to the Local Church
Churches Shouldn’t Outsource Apologetics to Slick Conferences
When it comes to defending the faith, local congregations have long been the first line of defense.
The Deconstruction of Christianity: What It Is, Why It’s Destructive, and How to Respond
Faith Deconstruction Can Be a Search for Answers or a Search for Exits
Christians should encourage doubters’ questions. They should also discern what those questions might be seeking.
Nobody's Mother: Artemis of the Ephesians in Antiquity and the New Testament
The Myth Behind the Meaning of Paul’s Words on Women and Childbearing
Sandra Glahn studies the record of an Ephesian goddess to aid our reading of a challenging passage.
Solo Planet: How Singles Help the Church Recover Our Calling
Single Christians Have Common Needs—the Same Needs All Christians Have
Anna Broadway’s survey of global singleness challenges a marriage status hierarchy within the church.
Hear Ye the Word of the Lord: What We Miss If We Only Read the Bible
The Bible Was Written to Be Heard and Spoken to Be Read
God’s Word has oral and textual dimensions, and we shouldn’t pit them against one another.
Reckoning with Power: Why the Church Fails When It’s on the Wrong Side of Power
Truth from Power
David E. Fitch’s Reckoning with Power offers Christians a purer model of power but misreads how power operates in the ministry of the church.
The Spirit of Our Politics: Spiritual Formation and the Renovation of Public Life
One Underrated Way to Enrich Your Christian Political Witness: Be a Better Christian
Personal discipleship and spiritual formation are hardly irrelevant to the rough-and-tumble of public debate.
The Kingdom, the Power, and the Glory: American Evangelicals in an Age of Extremism
Tim Alberta Is More Sad Than Angry at His American Evangelical Family
The Atlantic journalist’s portrait of a fractured movement chooses lament over axe-grinding.
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