A look at the notable things that happened this year and what Christians had a lot to say about it all.
A renewed vision of biblical anthropology is resetting evangelical political witness.
Reports of churches declining and Nones growing are actually a case of mistaken identity.
As Christians we must apply our God-given right to rule creation to our daily choices.
Five reasons calling Mormons “biblical” answers the age-old question.
To resist the normalization of LGBT couples means working to push them to the margins.
The divorce between evangelicals and the Social Gospel has led to exploitation.
6 things the atheist movement can learn from the LGBT movement.
The latest Pew report’s findings will ricochet through American faith, culture, and politics.
It quickly became clear that this app was not, in fact, made by actual evangelical Christians.
What if rejecting religious freedom laws actually helps evangelicals rediscover the power of the Gospel?
Churches that thrived a century ago were those that offered something more than the echo of the times.
A criminal defense attorney’s thoughts about capital punishment this Easter season.
We need to dialogue about common doubts evangelicals often feel they’re not allowed to express.
We still need a grownup conversation about the Bible.
Progressives may have the momentum, but conservatives still have a majority.
Hashtags cut both ways, as they can easily be hijacked or lampooned by detractors.
Pastors with megabrands are raising new issues for fast-growing churches.
What does the Bible really have to say about democracy?