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I Could Sing This Bridge Forever, If It’s an Antiphon
Modern worship music can seem awfully simple. But it has a vital role to play, especially when paired with Scripture.
As for Me and My Household, We’ll Resist Mammon
Money promises autonomous abundance. But we need someplace where we cannot hide.
3 Keys to Real Pandemic Recovery
The Old Testament offers a model for how to restore community and economic life after disaster.
Transhumanism and the Cult of ‘Better, Faster, Stronger’
Why the church should resist technologies that aim to liberate us from ordinary, embodied life.
Speak Truth to Trump
Evangelicals, of all people, should not be silent about Donald Trump's blatant immorality.
Andy Crouch: Stop Engaging 'The Culture,' Because It Doesn't Exist
We should spend more time loving our flesh-and-blood neighbor.
Faith and the Arts: A Fragile Friendship
Churchgoers are willing to embrace fine art, but artists don't know if they want to claim the church.
When It Comes to the Next President, We Need More Than Strength
From Trump to Clinton, would-be leaders promise authority without vulnerability.
Jesus, Women, and Power
Christ turns our assumptions upside down and inside out.
Christian Culture Is Better Than We Imagine
Let's not forget the church's long legacy of creativity and excellence.
Not What You See on TV
Why we have hope for the church in a rapidly changing culture.
Andy Crouch: The Return of Shame
From online bullying to Twitter takedowns, shame is becoming a dominant force in the West. Thankfully, the Bible is full of language about shame. It's just that most Westerners don't see it.
Life Together, Again
After Hobby Lobby, vibrant corporate life is needed more than ever.
The Ones I Love
Who knew that dinner out with friends could be so misleading?
You're Free to Toke Up. But Don't.
The legalization of pot provides an opportunity to examine Christian freedom.
Information and Formation
We need more than data to understand the Bible.
Christmas Is For Everyone
The holiday’s jumble of pagan and Christian traditions just reflects how central it is for the imagination of the West.
The Real Problem with Mark Driscoll's 'Citation Errors'
And it isn't plagiarism.
C. S. Lewis in Unlikely Places
He’s still showing us how to pay attention.
Why Apologetics Is Different—and Working—In the Hood
Detroit pastor Christopher Brooks says apologetics in urban settings must be both intellectual and 'soul-ish.'