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‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ and the Beautiful Mystery of God’s Silence
Who knew two nonverbal rocks had so much to say?
As South Korea’s Marriage Rates Decline, Churches Try to Bring Back Romance
But they struggle to promote "I dos" without sidelining single people in their flocks.
Can Bubble Tea Bring Gen Z into the Chinese Church?
The beloved drink is both an attraction and a generational divide.
Seek Prosperity Properly During Lunar New Year
It’s not wrong to celebrate our blessings. But Asian theologians and pastors advise how to do so in biblical, godly ways amid the festival’s red envelopes and best wishes.
Is Christmas a ‘Western’ Holiday in Asia?
Theologians and church leaders around the region share how December 25 is perceived in their contexts.
Indonesian Churches Organize to Aid Earthquake Survivors
After a powerful quake hit the island of Java this week, a network of local Christians raced to help.
3 Popular Misconceptions About Advent
Christian leaders from Brazil, Colombia, France, and the Philippines weigh in on mistaken beliefs about the season.
First Study of Chinese Churches in Britain Examines Boom and Possible Bust
Pastors and theologians respond to opportunities and challenges in new study on explosive growth from Hong Kong immigration.
‘Two Taels of Bread’ and Other East Asian Heresies
Misconceptions about Jesus, Scripture, and salvation prevail.
In Singapore, LGBT Perspectives Are Liberalizing. Can the Church Hold Together?
Evangelicals are eager to preserve their unity—and the country’s.
Filled with the Spirit amid the Hungry Ghosts
As the Chinese festival ends, theologians explain why pneumatology matters more in Asia.
Beyond Pope’s Apology, Indigenous Christians Carve Own Path to Healing
Recovering languages and contextualizing theology help Canada's First Nations communities reconcile faith and culture after residential schools made them "hate the name of Jesus."