Who’s Fighting and Why in ‘Civil War’? Ask the Audience. – Brett McCracken

The central protagonist in Civil War—a dystopian tale of a near-future America at war with itself—is a veteran combat photographer for Reuters named Lee (Kirsten Dunst). The film follows Lee…

The Church Is Essential for Discipleship – Jen Wilkin, J. T. English, Kyle Worley

In their panel discussion at TGC’s 2023 conference, J. T. English, Kyle Worley, and Jen Wilkin delve into the crucial role of discipleship in the local church, focusing on the…

Spark Your Child’s Curiosity About Christianity – Ginger Blomberg, Champ Thornton

In the rugged, analog days before we could carry all human knowledge in our pockets, my grandmother had an encyclopedia set, and I tried to read the whole thing. I…

Rome Is Not Our Home: Live Counterculturally During Election Season – Pete Nicholas

In AD 410, barbarian Visigoths sacked the great city of Rome. By that point, Rome had been substantially Christianized, so many people, pagan and Christian alike, saw its fall as…

Why We Preachers Need Sermon Feedback – Jason Seville

“The tape doesn’t lie.” It’s an axiom with which athletes are all too familiar. The reference to tapes is dated, but the concept endures: we can always go back to…

Your Child (Probably) Needs Less Therapy Than You Think – Andrew Spencer

For months a room may have looked fine. Everything seemed sufficiently neat and tidy until, dust cloth in hand, spring-cleaning begins. Suddenly, the dirt accumulated over winter seems unending. The…

Why a Drug Addict’s Bet Is Helping to Grow the Church in Southeast Asia – Sarah Eekhoff Zylstra

At 28 years old, Massimo Gei was a wreck. He’d been using drugs since high school. In college, he began helping friends find drugs too. Around the same time, he…

TGC Announces New List of ‘Best Commentaries’ – Jared Kennedy

If you’re a church member planning a Sunday school class or Bible study, a pastor getting ready for a new sermon series, or a seminarian looking to build your biblical…

Jonathan Edwards’s Vision for the 21st Century – Collin Hansen, George Marsden

In some of our most tumultuous times, God gives us our greatest thinkers. Consider Augustine writing his City of God during the collapse of the Roman Empire in the fifth…

Why Gentile Inclusion Doesn’t Affirm Same-Sex Marriage – Rebecca McLaughlin

Last Tuesday, I met as usual with my church community group for Bible study, fellowship, and prayer. It’s a joyful, rowdy, diverse consortium, featuring people born on five continents and…

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