Anugrah Kumar

Christian Post Contributor

ABC's 'Scandal' Blasted for Abortion Scene Set to 'Silent Night'

This week's episode of the ABC show "Scandal" depicted the lead character Olivia Pope undergoing an abortion to the tune of the Christmas hymn "Silent Night." The winter finale seemed like a one-hour commercial for the controversial abortion provider Planned Parenthood and was "Hollywood's moral depravity on full display," critics said.

John Piper: Hands of Jesus Are Extended to All of France

Islamic State's acts of terror in Paris, which killed at least 129 innocent people Friday evening, underline not only the uncertainty of life on earth but also that it is time for the people of France, "and all of us," to heed Jesus' offer of eternal salvation through repentance, writes theologian John Piper.

Paris Attacks: One of 7 Terrorists Identified as Omar Ismaïl Mostefai

French authorities have identified one of the seven terrorists who staged six deadly attacks in Paris, killing at least 129 and injuring more than 350 people, and are investigating a Syrian passport that was found near the bodies of two suicide bombers. Three people have been arrested at the Belgian border, and Belgian police have arrested several after carrying out raids in Brussels.

Megachurch Pastor Matt Chandler: Forgiveness Is a Mark of Believers' Authenticity

The words "the forgiveness of sins" in the Apostles' Creed are so important for Christian believers to understand and live out that they cannot reflect the authenticity of their faith, and that of the Church, without it, said Pastor Matt Chandler of The Village Church in Texas, who is teaching his congregation the meaning and relevance of the statement of faith through a series of sermons.