Guy Chmieleski, a voice in college ministry, asks "Are Long-distance Relationships Better?" God showed up at Downton Abbey this season. Philosophical Fragments honors the work of...
Is everything dark? Are you disillusioned this Christmas season? Cheryl Johns explains why we really do need Advent.
In today's Seven Minute Seminary, Dr. Stephen Backhouse uses the hymn found in Philippians 2 to cast a vision for how Christian leaders and politicians should use their influence.
From the Mosaic covenant to the promises of the gospel, the Bible is continually pointing to the poor, the widow, the orphan, the stranger, the needy, and the oppressed. Read more as Howard Snyder compels us to consider the poor.
Once again, we are in a situation similar to Judges 2:10, “Moreover, that whole generation was gathered to their ancestors, and another generation grew...
We all know the textbook stories of America's founding history, but what about the less-known and less-celebrated parts? Read today's entry for our Seven Quick Facts series to learn more about colonial America.
Is it the task of a Christian to shape the ethics of their society? Should the community of the faithful work tirelessly toward aligning...
When we approach the Bible other than a grand story that reveals God’s work in the world, we mischaracterize it.
In popular theology, we come across all sorts of doctrinal myths and errors. Andrew Dragos shares five surprising myths that may be hurting the Body of Christ.
What are the problems and dangers facing the 21st century church? Josh McNall shares four challenges he believes today's church needs to address.