Andy Crouch is an editor at large for Christianity Today. Before working for CT, Crouch was chief of re:generation quarterly, a magazine which won the Utne Reader's Alternative Press Award for spiritual coverage in 1999. He was formerly a campus minister with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship at Harvard University. Crouch and his wife, Catherine, a postdoctoral fellow at Harvard, have two children. His column, "Always in Parables," ran from 2001 to 2006.
- As for Me and My Household, We’ll Resist MammonMoney promises autonomous abundance. But we need someplace where we cannot hide.Andy Crouch|PortuguêsFrançaisУкраїнська
- Where Ya From?Episode 14‘Being Techwise and Culture Making’ with Andy CrouchCulture change only happens when we change culture. So how do you become a culture maker versus simply a culture consumer?Rasool Berry|
- The Rise and Fall of Mars HillEpisode 9|55minThe Bobby Knight ProblemWhether we seek championship banners or church growth, we’re all in danger of using the end to justify the means.
- Transhumanism and the Cult of ‘Better, Faster, Stronger’Why the church should resist technologies that aim to liberate us from ordinary, embodied life.Andy Crouch|
- Farewell to TV's Most Powerful Single LadiesWhat primetime pioneers Mary Tyler Moore and Lena Dunham teach us about culture-making and Christian influence.Laura Kenna |
- The CallingEpisode 37|59minAndy Crouch: My Work as a Father Will Outlast Any Word I'll Ever WriteCT's outgoing executive editor looks back on the successes—and anxieties—of his twelve years in journalism.
- Speak Truth to TrumpEvangelicals, of all people, should not be silent about Donald Trump's blatant immorality.Andy Crouch|
- Andy Crouch: Stop Engaging 'The Culture,' Because It Doesn't ExistWe should spend more time loving our flesh-and-blood neighbor.Andy Crouch|
- Faith and the Arts: A Fragile FriendshipChurchgoers are willing to embrace fine art, but artists don't know if they want to claim the church.Andy Crouch|
- When It Comes to the Next President, We Need More Than StrengthFrom Trump to Clinton, would-be leaders promise authority without vulnerability.Andy Crouch|español