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Your Neighbors (Probably) Don’t Hate You
Your Neighbors (Probably) Don’t Hate You
They might not even know you’re there. When paranoia eclipses our witness, here’s what to remember.
In ‘Civil War,’ What You See Is What You Try to Forget
In ‘Civil War,’ What You See Is What You Try to Forget
The new dystopian thriller reminds viewers it’s not just what we witness that matters, but how.
Paid ContentThe Invisible Bars That Keep Returning Citizens from Restoration
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Second Chances Denied
The invisible bars that keep returning citizens from restoration.
Don’t Bet the Farm On It
The Bulletin Episode 77|54min
Don’t Bet the Farm On It
White Rural Rage, Christians and sports betting, and Israel’s complicated path forward.
New & Noteworthy Books
New & Noteworthy Books
Chosen by Matt Reynolds, CT senior books editor.
We Are ‘Gods’ Because We are God’s
We Are ‘Gods’ Because We are God’s
The Book of John reminds us that Jesus’ humanity makes ours possible.
Brad Hill: AI and Its Impact on the Church
Viral JesusEpisode 118|41min
Brad Hill: AI and Its Impact on the Church
Heather and Brad Hill discuss artificial intelligence and what Christians should know about it.
The Sentence from C.S. Lewis That Could Change Your Life
The Sentence from C.S. Lewis That Could Change Your Life
Aslan is fictional, but the real Lion of Judah reminds us that we’re forgiven.
How a Chinese-Born Research Scientist Became a Daring Online Evangelist
How a Chinese-Born Research Scientist Became a Daring Online Evangelist
CT’s outgoing Asia editor recalls how God led him to America, toward the Christian faith, onto the internet, and outward to serve the global Chinese church.
The Church Loses When Our Arts Communities Die
The Church Loses When Our Arts Communities Die
Christian writers and artists need communities of like-minded creatives so we can best serve both the church and the world.