Christianity Today for the Modern World

Welcome to Christianity Now: An online monthly Christian publication devoted to articulating the Christian message, showing its continual relevance in a pluralistic, postmodern world. Critical Christian theology, testimonies to faith, dialogues on secularism and religion, and cultural examinations.

Introduction to Spiral Dynamics
Jonah and the Story of White American Christianity by Chase Tibbs
No More Martyrs by Ben Tapper
How to Practice Lectio Divina
God's Not Dead and the Unbelievers: Very Different Movies That Are Exactly The Same by Micah Wimmer
Charlottesville and Christianity: Our Complicity and Its Challenge by Micah Wimmer
Loving, Leaving, and Returning to Scripture by Chase Tibbs
Posthumanism and Religion by Jacob Vangeest
Introduction to Spiral Dynamics
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Spiral Dynamics: Exposition & Diagnosis

"‘Spiral dynamics’ is a psychological model intended to decipher these broad patterns of behaviors and motivations. The model categorizes these patterns into stages, beginning from the least complex stage where biological drives determine wholly the content of consciousness, to the most complex, where biological drives have nearly vanished due to the prominence of concepts and the effects of socialization."
Introduction to Spiral Dynamics
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Spiral Dynamics: Exposition & Diagnosis

"‘Spiral dynamics’ is a psychological model intended to decipher these broad patterns of behaviors and motivations. The model categorizes these patterns into stages, beginning from the least complex stage where biological drives determine wholly the content of consciousness, to the most complex, where biological drives have nearly vanished due to the prominence of concepts and the effects of socialization."
God's Not Dead and the Unbelievers: Very Different Movies That Are Exactly The Same by Micah Wimmer
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God’s Not Dead and the Unbelievers: Very Different Movies That Are Exactly The Same

" Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel once wrote that there are no proofs for the God of Israel, only witnesses. For him, faith is not something to be deduced, but something that we intuit, not a piece of knowledge, but an attitude towards life that allows us to perceive the grandeur of existence, standing in awe of that which is beyond our grasp. When we talk about our belief, we must perceive this wonder inherent to our world, becoming witnesses of a God who we cannot prove, but only believe in."
Loving, Leaving, and Returning to Scripture by Chase Tibbs
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Loving, Leaving, and Returning to Scripture

"The adventure that is our relationship with the Bible is not something to be conquered, nor boasted about. Rather, I wholeheartedly believe the Scriptures can provide for us a lifelong partner for this human endeavor of pursuing, and being pursued by, the Divine."