Theologian William Lane Craig is on a quest for the historical Adam.
Bible scholars and theologians aren’t doing the exact same work, but they have a lot to learn from one another.
Is it ever a bad thing to amplify the gospel? Mike Cosper grapples with the question in the latest episode of The Rise and Fall of Mars Hill.
CT organized a special webinar on critical race theory, with public theologian Russell Moore and four evangelical leaders discussing the theological implications of this theory of injustice.
In other news
The Irish Presbyterian Church is holding its first general assembly meeting in over two years this week, where it will discuss responses to social issues as well as the legacy of the Troubles.
In parts of Ukraine controlled by a pro-Russian rebel group, three Protestant churches have been banned from gathering.
Abiy Ahmed was sworn in for another five years as Ethiopia’s prime minister. The evangelical leader won the Nobel Peace Prize in his first term, but the country has since been racked by a violent conflict dividing Ethiopian Christians.
Baptist composer Phillip Landgrave, who wrote more than 1,000 pieces of religious music, has died at 86.
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