Farewell to the American Protestant Majority
Russell D. Moore

According to a new study by the Pew Forum, Protestants are, for the first time in history, not a majority in the United States of America. I don’t think that’s anything for evangelical Protestants, or anyone else, to panic about.

What St. Paul’s example as both believer and Bishop can teach us about authority
Msgr. Charles Pope, Archbishop of Washington

In the readings for daily Mass the past few days we have been reviewing the faith journey of St. Paul who describes his personal history and also his authority in the second chapter of the Letter to the Galatians. The story is interesting for three reasons.

An Evangelical Case for a Catholic Sensibility
Peter J. Leithart, First Things

If you want to see a mighty act of God today, though, you need to look for blinding lights on Damascus Roads, pilgrims suddenly unburdened, hearts strangely warmed. No self-respecting Evangelical testimony begins with, “God baptized me as an infant. . . .”

No Reformation Without Sanctification
Greg Forster, The Gospel Coalition

You don’t usually hear about the Reformation in connection with this topic. But the Reformation fought and won critical battles for a right understanding of sanctification.