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American Democracy Is in Trouble. No, Not Like That.
American Democracy Is in Trouble. No, Not Like That.
Ill-defined talk about Christian nationalism misses a more serious threat: Christian leaders neglecting the real concerns of the laity.
The Evil Ideas Behind October 7
The Evil Ideas Behind October 7
The Hamas attacks in Israel have a grotesque ideological history and deserve unflinching moral judgment.
Empty Streets to the Empty Grave
Empty Streets to the Empty Grave
While reporting in Israel, photographer Michael Winters captures an unusually vacant experience at the Church of the Holy Sepulcher.
Living in a Season Without Answers
Enneagram, Anxiety, and What We Live For
Being HumanEpisode 7|50min
Enneagram, Anxiety, and What We Live For
How the nine types help us understand God and ourselves.
Don’t Overexpose Kids to Mental Health Experts. Or Rule Them Out Completely.
Don’t Overexpose Kids to Mental Health Experts. Or Rule Them Out Completely.
Abigail Shrier’s critique of childhood therapy mixes a needful corrective with ideological hyperbole.
The Meek Inherit Nothing in ‘Dune: Part Two’
The Meek Inherit Nothing in ‘Dune: Part Two’
What happens when a savior chooses not a cross but a sword?
Where’s That Line, Anyway?
The Bulletin Episode 71|45min
Where’s That Line, Anyway?
Mike and Nicole reflect on the recent death of protestor Aaron Bushnell and its implications for a Christian ethic of protest.
Political Homelessness Is a Good Start
Political Homelessness Is a Good Start
We ought to remain pilgrims in a time of partisans.
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‘Hell Is a World Without You’ Revisits Early 2000s Youth Group
‘Hell Is a World Without You’ Revisits Early 2000s Youth Group
Journalist Jason Kirk discusses his new novel, turn-of-the-century evangelicalism, and deconstruction.