Blog • Apr 5, 2021

Inside the thoughts of early Christian believers

Post by Jennifer Woodruff Tait

Magazine articles • Issue 138 • Feb 4, 2021

Blessings and curses

 Biblical references in some famous American speeches

Magazine articles • Issue 138 • Feb 5, 2021

Gleams of truth

How American authors, believers and unbelievers alike, used the Bible in their work

Magazine articles • Issue 138 • Feb 5, 2021

The greatest stories ever told

The Bible has often starred at the box office

Magazine articles • Issue 137 • Nov 10, 2020

Self-serving vice or society-building virtue?

The long-standing influence of Max Weber’s linking of Protestantism and capitalism

Magazine articles • Issue 137 • Nov 10, 2020

What would Jesus do in business?

The rise, struggles, and promise of the faith and work movement

Current issue 139

Hallowed Halls

The Christian story of the university

Today in History

Quote of the day

“My duty as a clergyman called me to the scene of blood. When I arrived on the deck of the brig, it exhibited a frightful spectacle. My heart sickened...”

Anonymous. Famous Islands and Memorable Voyages. Boston: D. Lothrop & Co.; Dover, N.H.: G. T. Day & Co.


Reflect on the Priesthood (1868)

Truly I tell you, whatever you bind on earth will bee bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on earth will beef loosed...

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