Greg Laurie, senior pastor of Harvest Christian Fellowship in Riverside and Irvine, California, encountered a number of surprising details while researching legendary actor Steve McQueen's life story. But perhaps the most shocking detail was McQueen's eerily close encounter with Charles Manson and his murderous cult.
Author Jeff Kinley believes that there's a lot of confusion and apprehension when it comes to the study of the end times — and considering the strange pop culture buzz — complete with people making odd claims about when the Apocalypse will definitively unfold — the cautiousness and fear is understandable.
Dear Journalists, It's time to wake up. You've a got a major problem — and no, I'm not simply referring to President Donald Trump.
What's perhaps most striking about the current cultural dynamic is that ten years ago — or even five — there was an entirely different societal vibe.
Republican congresswoman Virginia Foxx firmly believes that it was God's will for her to enter into politics, recently revealing the "unusual route" she took to Congress.
When I set out last year to interview Bible experts for a book project aimed at collecting, distilling and presenting the ever-complex debate over the biblical end times, Dr. Tim LaHaye was among the first individuals who popped into my head.
Are the biblical end times upon us? And, if so, what can we discern from the scriptures when it comes to the actual events that will comprise the so-called "end of the age?"
Our culture has become increasingly captivated by apocalyptic themes and storylines, with a plethora of popular TV shows and feature films embracing zombies, plagues and other terrifying end of days scenarios.