Queen Elizabeth II was an example of personal, private, inclusive, and compassionate Christian faith across seven decades of global leadership. She died on Thursday at 96.
Singapore’s recent decision to repeal a dated law criminalizing gay sex has brought up contrasting philosophies around political engagement and missional strategy among the country’s evangelical minority.
It’s not just the United Methodist Church that’s splitting. “Insurgencies” in the pews reflect a dividing America, writes Russell Moore.
The core of the pro-life message isn’t political.
A compelling new read for sufferers of imposter syndrome challenges us to rethink human nature, but CT’s review suggests understanding theology should come before anthropology.
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