- Degree by Digital Degree, Christian Colleges Go OnlineEvangelical schools are growing, but there are questions about the costs.
- TIU Announces Plans to Move Undergrad Program OnlineFacing enrollment declines, the Illinois university ends in-person and residential learning, except for Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and its law school in California.
- A Requiem for the Twitter I Once KnewThe social media platform has birthed key movements and conversations. Here’s what I’ll miss if it dies or changes form.
- How Kanye West’s Breakdown Makes Sense of Our Social CrisisEvangelicals are part of the shock culture ecosystem that exploits celebrities.
- Fantasy Role-Playing Is Hurting AmericaHow the cult of imagined heroism is bringing down our nation’s institutions.
- Opposing Porn Isn’t as Lonely as It Once Was for UK EvangelicalsNew efforts to protect children win secular allies.
- Americans’ Return to Church Has PlateauedTwo years in, more congregations are open without COVID-19 precautions, but Americans aren’t more likely to show up.
- Who Is My Neighbor? For Christians in the Balkans, the Answer Might be Troll Farms.Amid memes targeting Americans, social media ministries witness to the truth.
- Can China’s New Regulations Really Stop Evangelism on the Internet?While some church leaders are concerned that online religion restrictions may scare off Christians, others hope Chinese believers will continue to sow the digital mission field.简体中文繁體中文
- Venture Capitalists See Profit in PrayerReligion apps attract more than $175 million in investment.