A look inside the thriving (and sometimes controversial) neo-Pentecostal denomination
“The historical truth is that no single person—no matter how gifted—has led complex social change on her own.”
When COVID took my sense of smell, I was drawn to the Bible’s description of God’s.
Reading and preaching Hebrews without supersessionism
Five ideas for treating the greater disease
How will we adapt?
The “newspaper” I produced when I was 11 had simpler economics than the Century does.
There was never a good way to leave—or stay.
There’s something sacred in choosing to love the world at the speed of walking.
How the Church of South India and Church of North India were formed—and how they fare today.
Israel’s claim that all people are created in God’s image is strikingly egalitarian.
The purpose of the word of God is not to make us feel condemnable, but to help us see what is commendable.
A memoir of a White moderate’s repentance
Constitutional patriotism, Steven Smith argues, is both ethical and necessary.
Rememberings is the story of a pop star, protest singer, and prophet.
Alec MacGillis’s history of the tech giant is long-form journalism at its best.