The crisis of leadership in contemporary religion and politics is rooted not in hypocrisy but in nihilism
The confessions of a recovering culture warrior
Can scholars keep partisan activism from derailing their primary task: truth-telling?
If gathering and sharing our lives seems oh-so-2019, we’re in trouble
Peter Jackson’s new documentary transports us back to a radically different world—one that feels strangely familiar
Young evangelicals are abandoning Christianity with increasing frequency. Are sites like CURRENT nudging them toward the exits?
Each Sunday my church prays for people across the globe who face ostracism, imprisonment, and even death because they are Christians. The social and political costs of practicing Christianity are especially high in places like Somalia, North Korea, Eritrea, Afghanistan, and...
This September, coinciding with the twentieth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on Washington D.C. and New York City, a marketing agency in Nashville called Elite Source Pro will release the God Bless the USA Bible. In addition to a large-print...
If the cultural détente of the 1990s seems like a dream, Marsden’s outrageous idea retains its force
After a year that defies comprehension, how do we achieve a proportional response? If I had to choose only one dead word from the past twelve months—a word killed off by abuse and overuse—my candidate would surely be unprecedented. A...