The Other Side of Christmas
It took courage for God to lay aside power and glory and to take his place among human beings.
On a memorable London night, the bright and glistening theology of Messiah broke through my jet-lagged consciousness.
The year we had no tree, Mother planted within me a seed of discontent with all cultural displays of religion.
- Mary at the CrossFrom three little verses in John has come a rich tradition of song and art.
- Waiting for Jesus: Lessons from Simeon and AnnaAdvent's elderly heroes waited decades for consolation. Here's what they can teach us.español
- Most Americans, and Many Christians, Don’t Believe the Son of God Existed Before the MangerThere’s widespread agreement around Christmas as a historical event, but people are confused about the Trinity, per a recent survey.español
- Magi, Wise Men, or Kings? It’s Complicated.Christian tradition finds meaning in each of these mysterious monikers.
- The Real Saint NicholasThe story of Santa Claus's namesake.
- The Real Problem with Mary's Baby BumpJesus' mother likely didn't face the public shame associated with unwed mothers.
- Why Christmas Is Bigger Than EasterThe Incarnation exists for the Atonement, but it is also so much more.PortuguêsрусскийУкраїнська
- Candace Cameron Bure Has a New Home for the HolidaysThe evangelical actor faces recent pushback for her decision to leave Hallmark for Great American Family, whose Christmas movies will center on “traditional marriage.”
- Muslims Love Russian Christmas. So Do Eurasia’s Evangelicals.Christian communities in former Soviet Union nations reap the benefits of still-secularized holiday, winning recognition and opportunities for the gospel.