David S. Dockery: Some of This Year’s Most Significant Christian Books

We are just days away from the conclusion of the 2018 year. Once again, it is time to reflect on some of the noteworthy...

New Novel Explores What It’s Like to Be a Christian in Egypt

Shady Lewis Botros says his recently published novel — “Ways of the Lord” — can be broadly viewed as an attempt to answer one...

‘The Hate U Give’ Author Angie Thomas Going on 15-City Book Tour for New...

Angie Thomas is headed back out on the road. The wait for the author’s follow-up to The Hate U Give is almost over, and she’s planning to...

Christianity Today’s 2019 Book Awards

There’s a funny graphic making the social media rounds that confirms a truth universally acknowledged, at least by bibliophiles. Under the heading “Do I...

Christianity Today’s 2019 Book of the Year

The Storm-Tossed Family: How the Cross Reshapes the Home Russell Moore (B&H) “We live in strange times, when some Christians question the value of the family,...

Duck Commander Phil Robertson Says He’s ‘Very Proud’ to be Criticized for Preaching the...

Phil Robertson, known by many as "The Duck Commander," recently released a book titled The Theft of America's Soul: Blowing the Lid Off the...

Award-winning Gospel Artist Jonathan McReynolds Shows Readers How to Make Room for Faith Outside...

Jonathan McReynolds teaches us how to make room for our faith outside of the four walls of the church in new book. Make Room: Finding Where...

Tracy Morgan is Releasing a Cookbook: The Last O.G. Cookbook

Tracy Morgan has some ideas for you — culinary ideas, to be exact. The funnyman, currently starring in the TBS comedy The Last O.G. opposite...

Russell Moore’s ‘The Storm-Tossed Family’ Named Christianity Today’s 2019 Book of the Year

CAROL STREAM, Ill. (BP) -- Russell Moore's "The Storm-Tossed Family" has been named by Christianity Today as its 2019 Book of the Year, the...

Former First Lady Michelle Obama Shares Heartwarming Letter to Her Younger Self and Never-Before-Seen...

Michelle Obama penned a note to her younger self for a new segment of CBS This Morning on Tuesday. In it, the former first lady addressed herself as...

Karen Swallow Prior: Good Books Make Better People

When I was a young girl, I gathered up all my books from my bedroom, carried them downstairs into our finished basement, arranged them...

Russell Moore: Putting the Family First Puts the Church at Odds with Jesus

When many people think of North American Christianity, one of the first words that come to mind would be family. Part of that is good,...

Book Review: ‘Why Can’t We Be Friends?: Avoidance Is Not Purity’ by Aimee Byrd

Book review by Gina Dalfonzo Men and women can’t be friends because the sex part always gets in the way.” Harry Burns, played by Billy...

Chuck Lawless: 12 Recommended Books on Preaching

We at Southeastern Seminary have an incredible preaching faculty, including Danny Akin, Jim Shaddix, Scott Pace, Dwayne Milioni and Ronjour Locke. Actually, while I had good preaching professors as a student, I’m...

California Pastor Jailed for Holding Pro-Life Sign Outside of Abortion Clinic to Be Featured...

A California pastor who was jailed for holding a pro-life sign outside of an abortion clinic will be featured in a book about his experience. In 2009,...

Book Review: ‘The Devil’s Music: How Christians Inspired, Condemned, and Embraced Rock ’n’ Roll’...

Review by Joel Heng Hartse Every few years, it seems, what some call the “mainstream media” rediscover Christian rock. Sometimes it’s treated with reverence and...

How Christian Retailer John Wanamaker Built a Fortune by Blending Faith With Business

During his lifetime, John Wanamaker built two megachurches. One tried to save souls. Another sold clothes, jewelry and perfume. And the two worked hand in hand, said...

Excerpt From ‘Praying for Your Missionary: How Prayers From Home Can Reach the Nations’...

We’re all familiar with the term culture shock. But when it comes to missionaries, we often neglect the impact of culture stress: the regular (and continual)...

What Christians Can Gain From Traveling the World

Peter Grier caught the travel bug at an early age. But as he journeyed off to destinations across Europe, North Africa, and the Middle...

Book Review: ‘Pagans and Christians in the City: Culture Wars From the Tiber to...

Review by Peter Leithart In The Idea of a Christian Society (1939), T. S. Eliot saw a conflict between Christianity and paganism shaping the 20th century. Steven D....