- ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ and the Beautiful Mystery of God’s SilenceWho knew two nonverbal rocks had so much to say?
- Faithful Orthodoxy Requires Reading WidelyEvangelicals should humbly learn from all Christian tradition—yet many are ignorant or suspicious of pre-Protestant theology.简体中文繁體中文
- What Lent Teaches Me About the Vices of TimeFasting resists our society’s expectations about efficiency and instant gratification.Português
- Twentieth-Century Theology Lost Sight of Something Essential about the TrinityIt’s time to recover the teaching that Father, Son, and Spirit act as one, with no “division of labor” between them.español
- The Church Mothers Teach Us to Delight in ScriptureMonica and Macrina didn’t just influence Augustine and Gregory of Nyssa. They were biblical interpreters in their own right.Português简体中文繁體中文
- Christ Suffered for Our Sins, but He Didn’t Go to Hell for ThemA theologian explores what did (and didn’t) happen on Holy Saturday.
- The Gospels Are Fact Not FolkloreWhy the first four books of the New Testament should be read as serious historical sources.
- CT Women: Our 15 Favorite PrayersWomen from across the country share words that shape their prayer lives.
- Why Augustine’s ‘Come to Jesus’ Moment Tells an Incomplete StoryThe same church father who experienced a radical turn to faith also preached a gospel of continual conversion.
- How Universalism, ‘the Opiate of the Theologians,’ Went MainstreamMichael McClymond decries the rising popularity of an idea Christians have rejected for most of church history.