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Millennial Christians Are No Wiser Than Their Parents
If the older generation of evangelicals could be foolish and naive, the next generation is no wiser, despite the impression The New Yorker would like to give.
by Esther O’Reilly
Multi-Site Churches: An Evaluation
What do you make of multi-site churches?
by Mike Bird
Once and for All, Let's Stop Trying to Make Worship Relevant
Are we dumbing down worship? Would we even know if we were?
by Jonathan Aigner
A Little Advice for Francis, Cupich, Wuerl, and McCarrick
Every single one of us is wicked and would do every evil thing we could without God restraining us, drawing us back, bringing about repentance.
by Anne Kennedy
The Deadest Orthodoxy of American Evangelicalism
Over the weekend, Twitter has hosted a debate about the resurrection — a belief that many evangelicals affirm... and then deny by the way they live.
by Chris Gehrz
Failure: The Pathway to Success
"Failure and success are polar opposites." Right? Isn't this how most of us think? Failures, we reason, are painted black while successes are painted white. They are two diverse paths; paths that...
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