The (Mis)Perceptions of a Short-Term Missionary – Elliot Clark

Many of us have a hard time imagining life in another country. Americans often assume other places—especially Muslim countries—are more dangerous than the good ol’ U.S.A. When fellow Christians learn…

How Should Baptists and Christians Respond to the SBC Task Force’s Report on Sexual Abuse? – Griffin Gulledge

As a young boy growing up in Southern Baptist churches, I was taught to save my pennies to give each Christmas and Easter to two missions offerings named to honor…

Which Memories Should I Dwell On? – Blake Glosson

I am 29. Several years ago I first spoke the words, “That happened a decade ago,” and it was a strange sensation. Now I’m starting to reminisce on things that…

Liberalism Is (Still) a Threat to Fundamentalism – Kevin DeYoung

On May 21, 1922, Harry Emerson Fosdick took to the pulpit of Old First Presbyterian Church (est. 1716) in Manhattan to deliver what would be his most famous sermon. The…

The Sermon That Divided America – Obbie Tyler Todd

To say that Harry Emerson Fosdick’s sermon “Shall the Fundamentalists Win?” (1922) ignited the fundamentalist-modernist controversy requires a bit of qualification. In truth, the lines had been drawn for at…

Did the Fundamentalists Win? Answering a Century-Old Question – Thomas Kidd

Not many sermons outlast their preacher, but one delivered by Harry Emerson Fosdick in May 1922 is still being studied and cited 100 years later. It illuminates controversies of its…

Encountering God Should Make You Afraid – Michael Horton

In churches today, many of us might be surprised to hear a sermon on the fear of God. If we do come across one, we may hear that “fear” doesn’t…

Receiving Singleness as a Gift – Sam Allberry

Sam Allberry leads a breakout session at TGCW21 on receiving the gift of singleness. Allberry encourages Christians, both married and single, with three reasons why singleness is a gift and…

The Puzzle of India: Post-Christian Without Ever Being Christian – Jamie Dean

When Anand Mahadevan was in the third or fourth grade, someone from Gideons International gave the Hindu boy a Holy Bible. Growing up in India, Mahadevan had never encountered Christian…

The FAQs: What Christians Should Know About the ‘Great Replacement’ Theory – Joe Carter

What just happened? Last Saturday, an 18-year-old white man killed 10 black people and injured three others in a racially motivated act of terrorism. According to authorities, the accused gunman…