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Keeping the Trinity Personal

“Holy, Holy, Holy” is one of the most well-known hymns in the English language. The famous hymn, inspired by the Nicene Creed and sung in countless churches each Sunday, ends with the familiar line “God in three persons, blessed Trinity!” But as beloved as this song is, how well do …

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Embracing Our Transgender Neighbors on God’s Terms

Transgender questions today carry an urgency unimaginable even five years ago. Most churches and Christians find themselves exposed due to their lack of theological and pastoral preparation. What does the Bible have to say about living life in a gender-nonconforming way? What can faithfulness to Christ look like for a …

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Imagining a Virtuous Capitalism

Over the last 30 years, we have witnessed the most significant movement out of poverty in human history. If this trend continues, we will see extreme poverty almost completely eradicated in the 21st century, according to a 2008 report from the World Bank. This historic economic movement was not the …

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Global Religious Freedom Takes Its Biggest Hit in Over a Decade

Christians around the world face mounting political and social pressure over their beliefs, as government restrictions, nationalist parties, and harassment aimed at minority faiths continues on a global upswing. Religious antagonism saw its biggest surge in over a decade in 2016, with the world’s two biggest faith groups—Christians and Muslims—ranking …

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Nominate a Book for the 2019 Christianity Today Book Awards

Each year, Christianity Today honors outstanding books of special interest to the Christian community. In the January/February 2019 issue, CT will feature the best books published between November 1, 2017 and October 31, 2018, divided into categories according to subject and genre. We will also announce the winner of our …

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Loving Our Neighbors Knows No Borders—Even Political Ones

The recent immigration controversy—about the administration’s decision to separate children from their parents at the border—has ended, at least for now, with President’s Trump’s promise of a executive order to end the practice. His decision was clearly due to the near universal outcry against the policy. It was a rare …

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Nicaraguan Unrest Squashes Summer Missions

Most summers, Corner of Love, a Christian nonprofit in northern Nicaragua, hosts 30 teams of volunteers to help with its school, medical services, and water improvement projects. But this year, no one’s coming. Ministry leaders canceled the summer programming last month since recent political unrest—the worst in the Central American …

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Sunday Church Services Are Not About You

I grew up during America’s Moral Majority years, when putting an ichthus on your business card would up your professional game. In an era when group belonging seemed a foregone conclusion, evangelism emphasized a personal relationship with Christ, and corporate worship grew to reflect (ironically) a focus on individual experience. …

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