The power of Justin Whitmel Earley’s book lies not in its novelty or rigor but in its simplicity and accessibility.
Collin Hansen’s describes the popular resurgence of Calvinist doctrine in the first decade of the twentieth century in three words: young, restless, and Reformed.
Missionary stories don’t often go viral, but John Allen Chau’s death elicited strong reactions.
As we gather as communities and (sometimes) eclectic groups of people to share a meal around the holiday season, we are reminded of the blessing of not only friendship but also unlikely friendships.
Larsen’s three chapters relate to the larger themes of incarnation, skepticism, and sanctification within the greater context of the Victorian crisis of faith.
In a world full of noise, TLDR or "too long, didn't read," is emblematic our society’s short attention span.