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“Our faith is central, and we are calling out systemic racism at the same time. That’s a hard sell for some.” @TruthsTable with @esaumccaulley: christianitytoday.com/ct/2022/april-…
The Global Methodist Church plans to uphold traditional, conservative Wesleyan theology but run on a lighter infrastructure. But who will join the new denomination when it launches on May 1? My latest for @CTmagazine. christianitytoday.com/news/2022/apri…
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“We were dead set on providing a table of nourishment to Black women.” @esaumccaulley interviews the women behind @TruthsTable about their struggle to build a new space that is unapologetically Black, female, and Christian: christianitytoday.com/ct/2022/april-…
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Launching on May 1, the new denomination plans to uphold traditional, conservative Wesleyan theology but run on a lighter, leaner infrastructure that emphasizes grassroots accountability and ministry connections. @Fowl_Words reports: christianitytoday.com/news/2022/apri…
“I understand why people are afraid to get close to addiction... But that’s why we need stories from someone close to it.” @emlybelz on @samquinones7’s “The Least of Us”: christianitytoday.com/ct/2022/april-…
The revised edition of the Bible translation incorporates new Dead Sea Scrolls scholarship and some stylistic changes. christianitytoday.com/ct/2022/may-ju…
As the pandemic reaccelerated efforts for age verification, anti-porn ministries like @nakedtruthteam and @careorguk found more common ground with their secular neighbors. christianitytoday.com/ct/2022/may-ju…
“We were dead set on providing a table of nourishment to Black women.” @esaumccaulley interviews the women behind @TruthsTable about their struggle to build a new space that is unapologetically Black, female, and Christian: christianitytoday.com/ct/2022/april-…
“With masculinity in our culture tied so closely to raising children and infertility often viewed as a ‘women’s issue,’ men often face this crisis alone—even in their churches. ” From @sheridanvoysey, reshared for #NIAW2022: christianitytoday.com/pastors/2019/j…
A timely reshare... “I truly do wish that a Christian ethical engagement with media was as easy as just quitting all the bad things... Instead, we are faced with a riskier path, a practice of ongoing discernment.” @Tish_H_Warren in the CT archives: christianitytoday.com/ct/2021/august…
This week is #NationalInfertilityAwarenessWeek, and @CTmagazine re-shared a piece I wrote several years ago. I hope it's encouraging to those walking through infertility and childlessness. twitter.com/CTmagazine/sta…
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The official Bible translation of the National Council of Churches has been revised for the first time since the fall of the Berlin Wall. @danielsilliman takes a look at five updates: christianitytoday.com/ct/2022/may-ju…
Pleasantly surprised to find I was cited in the article "Surviving Spiritual Gentrification: When neighborhoods change, how do churches know if they still belong?" Thanks @CTmagazine
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UK Christians have led the way in lobbying for age verification for porn sites. The government passed a law requiring them but never put it in place. There's a lot of support for the move. Parents have seen the impact of porn exposure over the pandemic. christianitytoday.com/ct/2022/may-ju…
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Investor Bill Hwang, whose foundation gave millions to evangelical ministries, was arrested today on fraud charges. Last year, CT reported on the collapse of his biblically named fund Archegos. From @kateshellnutt: christianitytoday.com/news/2021/marc…
Christians are getting secular support for new efforts to limit children’s access to explicit online content, @kateshellnutt reports: @careorguk @nakedtruthteam christianitytoday.com/ct/2022/may-ju…
Why keep physical mail in prison? One inmate who was released in 2016 says he came to know Jesus through a pastor's letters. He also says the letters exchanged daily with his wife & kids kept his family together and kept himself alive. #SecondChanceMonth christianitytoday.com/ct/2021/octobe…
A place where we are seen and known. A place where we cannot hide, or get lost. The one thing we need more than any other, writes @ahc, is a “community of recognition.” christianitytoday.com/ct/2022/may-ju…
“I am less interested in finding ways to regain our credibility than I am in our willingness to take responsibility for why we’ve lost it.” From @gpackiam: christianitytoday.com/pastors/2022/s…
A new report from the conservative Christian college in Pennsylvania lists “remedial actions” to curb the promotion of critical race theory at the school. christianitytoday.com/news/2022/apri…
To mark National Infertility Awareness Week, we're resharing some pieces from the CT Archives. #NIAW2022 First: @ChelsPat was 19 when she learned she was unable to have biological children. She shared how she’s walked through her suffering: christianitytoday.com/ct/2018/march-…
This week, we remember the victims of the Armenian genocide. In 2021, @jnjcasper reported on the recognition of the 1915 atrocity by President Biden—and contemporary fears of a “cultural genocide.” christianitytoday.com/news/2021/apri…
Texas-born rapper @Tedashii knows firsthand that the “home-shaped holes” in our hearts are spaces that only God can truly fill. His conversation with @rasoolberry: christianitytoday.com/ct/podcasts/wh…
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The most “seductive promise” of money, writes Andy Crouch, is “abundance without dependence.” “The more time we spend in the world that money makes, the more we become conformed to its image.” Adapted from @ahc’s new book: christianitytoday.com/ct/2022/may-ju…
Just read @CTmagazine's latest Books Newsletter by Matt Reynolds, who is in charge of CT's Books coverage. Very good, as usual.
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Pastors don’t hold the place of community esteem they once did. In a 2020 study, less than a third of Christians said they “definitely” consider a pastor a “trustworthy source of wisdom.” @gpackiam on how trust might be regained: christianitytoday.com/pastors/2022/s…
To mark Second Chance Month, we’re resharing some stories from CT’s Law and Mercy series. Today, how Christians are advocating for the care of incarcerated mothers and their children: christianitytoday.com/ct/2022/march/…
“This wasn’t ‘Huddle up, team,’ which is a common coach phrase, but this wasn’t that,” Justice Brett Kavanaugh said. @danielsilliman reports: christianitytoday.com/news/2022/apri…
Brother Ely. Sister Tharpe. Johnny Cash. All recorded “Ain’t No Grave.” And “all are now in the presence of the Lord...anticipating the Day of Resurrection.” From @CarolynArends: christianitytoday.com/ct/2022/wondro…
“We cannot possibly love our neighbors in a Christlike way without being connected to Christ, the source of love.” christianitytoday.com/ct/2022/april-…
Grove City College insists it’s not “going woke.” A new report from the Christian college in Pennsylvania says it “remains a Christ-centered, conservative institution.” christianitytoday.com/news/2022/apri…
Daniel did an awesome job summarizing today's oral arguments. twitter.com/CTmagazine/sta…
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The justices spun more than a dozen hypothetical prayer scenarios during oral arguments: prayer in a press box, prayer in a huddle, prayer with hands lifted high or into a microphone. From @danielsilliman: christianitytoday.com/news/2022/apri…
Said one pastor in Slovakia: “Teenagers are buying food, women are praying with people, one man used his savings to buy jackets for everyone.” christianitytoday.com/news/2022/apri…
“He had to thank God,” Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor said in today's oral arguments over a coach's 50-yard-line prayer. “But why there?” But the real line the court was trying to find wasn’t marked with field paint. My reporting for @CTmagazine: christianitytoday.com/news/2022/apri…
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“Christian empathy moves beyond both instinctual emotions and prescriptions for how to be a good person.” christianitytoday.com/ct/2022/april-…
As @CarolynArends sat with her mother on hospice, she remembered: “I believe not only in the resurrection, but in the resurrection of the body. The resurrection of this body, the one right in front of me. No grave could hold my mother’s body down.” christianitytoday.com/ct/2022/wondro…
Roma churches in Eastern Europe have rallied to help the outpouring of Ukraine’s Roma refugees, who are more likely to face discrimination and bureaucratic challenges as they flee the war. christianitytoday.com/news/2022/apri…
“At someone’s worst moment, you cannot know who God may grow them into, and therefore you cannot throw them away forever." “That’s what this bill is about.” #SecondChanceMonth christianitytoday.com/ct/2022/januar…
“The underlying issue causing pastors so much angst right now isn’t the existence of streaming technology or a particular mask policy,” writes @K_Rohane. “It’s lack of congregational trust.” christianitytoday.com/ct/2022/may-ju…
Happy Orthodox Easter! From the CT archives, @daoudkuttab on celebrating Resurrection Sunday in Jordan: christianitytoday.com/ct/2020/april-…
“Hell was in an uproar because it was done away with. It was in an uproar because it is mocked. It was in an uproar, for it is destroyed. It is in an uproar, for it is annihilated.” twitter.com/CTmagazine/sta…
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“Many pastors I know preach ‘exile’ to their congregation—and yet this framework overstates our ‘outsider’ status in society.” What metaphor should Christians use instead? christianitytoday.com/ct/2022/april-…
In the world to come, the children of God will “appear by a glorious sea of glass, transparent and full of light and warmth.” Believers can meditate on this image in times of trouble. christianitytoday.com/ct/2022/april-…
Why do most Eastern Orthodox churches observe Easter sometimes on the same Sunday as the rest of Christendom—and other times as much as five weeks later? The answer: christianitytoday.com/history/2008/a…
If the Supreme Court sides with Joseph Kennedy, football coaches at public schools will have more legal freedom to pray with their teams. This would reverse trends since the 1980s that have tended to place limits on the practice. christianitytoday.com/ct/2022/april-…
“I thought about my quest for autonomy and self-sufficiency, and how it ended up enslaving me to the pursuit of wealth and other material things.” christianitytoday.com/ct/2022/april/…
The Book of Ruth teaches us how to tell good stories in a dark time—how to seek out examples of redemption and mercy. christianitytoday.com/ct/2022/april-…
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