- A Brief History of American Christians Fighting Sunday MailGerald E. Groff is taking the postal service to the US Supreme Court. Behind him is a long line of sabbatarians.
- From the Rise of the ‘Nones’ to the Indifference of the ‘Never Weres’A sociologist observes the changing tides of American antireligion.
- A Religious Movement Divided Against Itself (Probably) Cannot StandLiberal Protestants built a global elite in the 20th century. Its fracturing holds a caution for evangelicals today.
- A Nonconservative’s Plea to Those Leaving Conservative ChurchesRoger Olson sympathizes with liberal leavers, but he draws the line at liberal theology.
- 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
- National Tragedies Still Call Forth Sermons. But Their Tone Has Changed.A new history argues that Protestant ministers have traded prophetic introspection for triumphalist civil religion.简体中文繁體中文
- How ‘Christian’ Overtook the ‘Protestant’ LabelWhen given the option, most younger believers go for a broader term.
- I Entered Prison a ‘Protestant.’ I Left a Christian.How a violent Northern Ireland loyalist became a pastor and an evangelist.Français
- Mainline Protestants Are Still Declining, But That’s Not Good News for EvangelicalsBoth traditions are losing out to the unaffiliated.
- Meritocracy Is a Betrayal of the Protestant Ethic, not a FulfillmentWhy the “rhetoric of rising” is incompatible with Christian views of grace and the common good.