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The Christianity Today women’s blog provides news and analysis from the perspective of evangelical women. We cover news stories and books related to international justice and evangelism, pregnancy and sexual ethics, marriage, parenting, and celibacy, pop culture, health and body image, raising girls, and women in the church and parachurch.

Her.meneutics was co-founded by Katelyn Beaty and Sarah Pulliam Bailey.

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Learning from Tim Tebow about Workplace Evangelism

January 9, 2012 9:46 PM

I can’t claim to be a football fan, but this season is the closest I’ve come to being one. This Saturday I’ll be glued to the playoff game between the Denver Broncos and New England Patriots, rooting for Broncos quarterback...

The Newest U.S. Mission Field: Women

August 9, 2011 9:35 AM

For centuries, women have been the oft-silent underpinnings of church ministry. Mostly volunteers, these female church members made up a behind-the-scenes force that not only greased the gears of the local church but also functioned as the gears themselves. Even...

Nancy Pearcey: How to Respond to Doubt

December 21, 2010 10:43 AM

“Critical thinking?” the radio host burst out. “Most people on the conservative Christian Right would say that’s one of the biggest dangers we have — this 'nonsensical' idea of critical thinking.” I was talking with the arch-liberal Barry Lynn, executive...

Following Christ at a Porn Convention

July 14, 2010 9:10 AM

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In Iran, a Covert Mission to Bring Women to Jesus

January 27, 2010 8:32 AM

When Michele heard Naseem speak at a luncheon about her work in Iran, she knew immediately that this was a woman we needed to meet. Naseem had the stories we longed to hear. Naseem was gracious to us, but from...

The Trouble with Depicting Jesus

December 15, 2009 10:34 AM

When the New Community Bible first released in 2008, it sold 15,000 hardcover copies in a few short weeks.Yet the resulting hue and cry over certain aspects of the Bible, the first to be produced by Indians, for Indians in...


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