- Basketball Is a Beautiful Game, but Not a Blueprint for SocietyTreating the sport as a comprehensive social and political model misunderstands the vision of its Christian founder.
- The Bible’s Marriage Metaphor Doesn’t Belong In the BedroomWe can rightly look to God as husband and God as Father without making male sexuality divine.Português简体中文繁體中文
- India Prefers Baby Boys. Are Its Christians Any Different?For most, daughters are “expenditures”; sons are “investments.” Leaders from across the country weigh in.
- Let’s Rethink the Evangelical Gender WarsMaybe the lines of division between egalitarians and complementarians were in the wrong places.
- The Struggles of Men Are a Problem for EveryoneFrom school and work to fatherhood and friendship, we need a vision of manhood that both sexes can celebrate.Português
- Is God a Woman or a Man?Two recent books discuss how our conception of gender relates to our perception of God.
- The Relatable Zeal of Puritan WomenThey were extremely into religion without being extreme.
- 5 Books on Women in the Global ChurchChosen by Gina Zurlo, author of “Global Christianity: A Guide to the World’s Largest Religion from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe.”
- Christian Colleges Look for ‘Missing Men’Faced with overall enrollment declines, schools are working to close higher education’s gender gap.
- Save the Girl: India’s Christians Lead Hindus, Muslims, and Sikhs on Ending GendercideWith 9 million girls “missing” due to sex-selective abortions over the past two decades, Pew report examines changes in “son preference” or “daughter aversion” among India’s biggest faiths.