Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Top 20 Most-Read Christianity Today Articles of 2015


ECONOMICS MATTERS
Five Poverty Busters You Should Know
Why? Because research shows they are making a real difference.
Bruce Wydick
As a developmental economist, people often ask me, "What can I do as a Christian to really make an impact on world poverty?" Especially as people consider giving and charitable donations during the Christmas season, the question has inspired me to create a list of five of the most dedicated and innovative Christians I have discovered in my work and research in international poverty alleviation.... continue reading >>


People
Died: Ed Dobson, Pastor and One-Time Moral Majority Leader
After he was diagnosed with ALS in 2000, Dobson spoke and wrote on how to die—and live—well.
 
This is Our City
Ed Dobson: How God Uses My Lou Gehrig's Disease for Good
The seasoned pastor connects Kim Newlen's story of battling breast cancer to his own battle with ALS
 
Gleanings
God Rivals the Gym Among New Year's Resolutions
LifeWay Research shows Americans also want to use their time better and improve relationships with family and friends.
 
Book Review
Death Is For Real
Amid a flurry of bestsellers promising firsthand proof of Heaven's existence, Ed Dobson takes a brutally honest look at the pain of terminal illness and the difficulties of dying well.
 
Her.meneutics
How It Became So Easy to Ignore the Poor
Growing income inequality and economic segregation have insulated our privilege.
 
Movie Review
45 Years
When the ground beneath a marriage is shaken, can it hold up?
 
The Exchange
The Importance of Teaching Kids the Hard Stuff of Scripture
Teaching the tough, gross stories of the Bible to kids is hard, but it needs to be done.
 
Movie Review
Sisters
Good for fans of Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, but not for much else.
 
Gleanings
The Top 20 Most-Read Christianity Today Articles of 2015
The Supreme Court decision, C.S. Lewis' secret life, loving my sister-brother, and more.
 
Her.meneutics
Best of 2015: Duggar Scandal, Beth Moore, and the Yoga Pants Debate
We rank the top 10 posts of the year.

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