What does the newest Nobel Laureate for Literature have to say about the ancient question of passing things on to future generations?
Alister McGrath reflects on apologetics, the New Atheism, and Reformation thought.
Whilst John Wycliffe lambasted the friars, it wasn’t all bad.
How should Protestants think about the complex history of icon veneration?
Reinvention or Reaffirmation? Elizabethan, Jacobean, and Restoration Revisions of the Book of Common Prayer
Despite its various editions, the Book of Common Prayer returns again and again to the 1552 edition.
Should Christians imagine learning through the image of “seeds” rather than “tools”?
The faith of this great baseball legend has always been neglected in accounts of his life – until now.
Jonathan Edwards’s millennialism included surprising roles for both China and Israel.
A Ukrainian theologian dispels common myths about Russia’s war.
A new series on the Morning Star of the Reformation.