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Reckoning with Power: Why the Church Fails When It’s on the Wrong Side of Power
Truth from Power
David E. Fitch’s Reckoning with Power offers Christians a purer model of power but misreads how power operates in the ministry of the church.
The Spirit of Our Politics: Spiritual Formation and the Renovation of Public Life
One Underrated Way to Enrich Your Christian Political Witness: Be a Better Christian
Personal discipleship and spiritual formation are hardly irrelevant to the rough-and-tumble of public debate.
The Kingdom, the Power, and the Glory: American Evangelicals in an Age of Extremism
Tim Alberta Is More Sad Than Angry at His American Evangelical Family
The Atlantic journalist’s portrait of a fractured movement chooses lament over axe-grinding.
Cultural Christians in the Early Church: A Historical and Practical Introduction to Christians in the Greco-Roman World
‘Cultural Christians’ Have Existed for as Long as Christians Have Existed
We often credit the early church with heroic faithfulness. But it was hardly innocent of accommodation and compromise.
The End of Interpretation: Reclaiming the Priority of Ecclesial Exegesis
The Bible Dictates What the Church Teaches. Should Church Teaching Dictate How We Read the Bible?
A Protestant considers a Catholic theologian’s call for an “ecclesial” reading of Scripture.
No Greater Love: A Biblical Vision for Friendship
Friends Are Your Family of Faith—and Your Spiritual Comrades-in-Arms
Rebecca McLaughlin takes the topic of friendship beyond warm and fuzzy feelings.
Remaking the World: How 1776 Created the Post-Christian West
One Year, Seven Transformations, and the Emergence of a ‘WEIRDER’ World
American independence was one of many revolutions sparked in 1776. How can we live faithfully in the new order they created?
Saving the Protestant Ethic: Creative Class Evangelicalism and the Crisis of Work
The Faith and Work Movement Is Leaving Blue-Collar Workers Behind
Can it speak to evangelicals outside high-status professions?
Digital Liturgies: Rediscovering Christian Wisdom in an Online Age
Online Content Runs from Good to Bad. The Bigger Danger Is Online Habits.
Despite our best intentions, the default practices of digital life can deform our souls.
The Gift of the Outsider: What Living in the Margins Teaches Us About Faith
There Is an Edge to Living on the Edge
My outsider experiences have only strengthened my confidence in God’s goodness and sovereignty.
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