"In 1534, Abbot Paul Bachmann published a virulent anti-Protestant booklet titled A Punch in the Mouth for the Lutheran Lying Wide-Gaping Throats. Not to be outdone, the Protestant court chaplain, Jerome Rauscher, responded with a treatise of his own, titled One Hundred Select, Great, Shameless, Fat, Well-Swilled, Stinking, Papistical Lies."
What has changed in Evangelical & Catholic dialogue since then?
7 tough questions to help you integrate your faith and work into a transcendent summon (that is, a calling).
Key theological and psychological insights for Christians who want their faith to impact far more than how they spend Sunday mornings.
Evangelical civil rights pioneer John M. Perkins on getting beyond our divisions to a new conversation in the spirit of humility, confession, and a reception of each other's pain.
Why are we surprised when the transition to adulthood for so many youth is also a departure from the tastes, habits, and beliefs of the communities of their childhood? How do we repair the disconnect and combat the myth, clearly offering youth the incomparable glory of Christian maturity?
An interview with Alissa Wilkinson, by Justin McRoberts