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  • The Hidden Cost of Tax Exemption
    Churches may someday lose their tax-exempt status. Would that be as bad as it sounds? In theory, churches should make attractive neighbors. They are places of prayer, worship, and good works. When you see a sign pop up in an empty field announcing ne...
  • Kobe Bryant: Reflections on Fatherhood, Passion, and Immortality
    Three things about Kobe’s life and legacy ring true, and are informative—especially for believers.  Some moments embed themselves in your memory. Most people can remember where they were during 9/11—the dreadful day thousands o...
  • The Better Good News on Political Division
    The “extreme middle” is shaped like a cross. My engagement with the impeachment imbroglio playing out in the hallowed chamber of the US Senate has been mostly after the fact. I watch daily news reports of the congressional proceedings and...
  • No Friend of Tax Collectors
    Churches are tax exempt for good reason. Anything else would be disastrous. In the cover story of Christianity Today’s January/February issue, Paul Matzko makes a provocative argument that churches’ tax-exempt status comes at a cost, poss...
  • What Does ‘Evangelical’ Mean?
    CT discusses key distinctives of evangelical belief, identity, and spirituality. What does it mean to be evangelical? The term, without a doubt, is widely misunderstood and frequently misrepresented. In recent years, the term evangelical has become h...
 
   

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News and analysis from the world's leading Christian magazine.
  • The Hidden Cost of Tax Exemption
    Churches may someday lose their tax-exempt status. Would that be as bad as it sounds? In theory, churches should make attractive neighbors. They are places of prayer, worship, and good works. When you see a sign pop up in an empty field announcing ne...
  • Kobe Bryant: Reflections on Fatherhood, Passion, and Immortality
    Three things about Kobe’s life and legacy ring true, and are informative—especially for believers.  Some moments embed themselves in your memory. Most people can remember where they were during 9/11—the dreadful day thousands o...
  • The Better Good News on Political Division
    The “extreme middle” is shaped like a cross. My engagement with the impeachment imbroglio playing out in the hallowed chamber of the US Senate has been mostly after the fact. I watch daily news reports of the congressional proceedings and...
  • No Friend of Tax Collectors
    Churches are tax exempt for good reason. Anything else would be disastrous. In the cover story of Christianity Today’s January/February issue, Paul Matzko makes a provocative argument that churches’ tax-exempt status comes at a cost, poss...
  • What Does ‘Evangelical’ Mean?
    CT discusses key distinctives of evangelical belief, identity, and spirituality. What does it mean to be evangelical? The term, without a doubt, is widely misunderstood and frequently misrepresented. In recent years, the term evangelical has become h...

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