So, what are you reading these days? Actually, let me back up. Are you reading these days?
Advent has been buried under a pile of twinkle lights, plastic reindeer, and the Grinch. Here's why.
Hey — guess what? There's something cosmically special about us human beings after all. Even the Washington Post says so.
France has banned the faces of smiling children from television. Why?
If you're a parent, what I'm about to share on BreakPoint today just might scare the heck out of you. But you need to hear it.
At the height of World War II, there was room in America for conscientious objectors. Where are we now?
Can you imagine peering into the tomb where Jesus' body was laid? Well, last month, archaeologists did just that.
There's an important new documentary that highlights how Christians are responding to persecution around the globe.
Two decades ago, one scientist wrote a book that changed the way we talk about evolution. And his argument is still making waves.
There's a side of the Muslim refugee story you probably have not heard in the mainstream media.
Today a grateful nation marks Veterans Day. But how grateful are we, truly?
Demographers and economists say American men are facing an epidemic of epic proportions: joblessness.
From Colorado to the District of Columbia, death is on the march. But many African Americans are ready to resist.
It was back in the 1990s when I was practically a kid writer here at BreakPoint that I first heard about Prison Fellowship's amazing Angel Tree program.
Imagine your family's been murdered and your country lies in ruins. Could you rebuild and forgive? These Rwandan women did.
The Chinese government wants to stave off demographic catastrophe. Problem is, the Chinese people don't care what the government thinks.
Why is China trying to rein in democracy in Hong Kong? Maybe Hong Kong being a hotbed of Christianity has something to do with it.
What if what you and I call "reality" is just a highly advanced simulation? Some of the world's brightest minds want to find out.
Beauty may not save the world, as Dostoyevsky once wrote, but it will enrich your soul. One Christian pianist gets that.
Could you pass a basic theology quiz? Several thousand Americans just tried. Uh-oh. Too bad God doesn't grade on a curve.
"Papers, please!" It's a chilling expression you hear a lot in World War II movies. But it's also something you might hear if you hold a Bible study in Moscow.
How do you read a scroll you can't open? Modern technology provides the answer, and shows that Scripture is more durable than the material it's written on.
One environmentalist says if we want to actually help the planet, we humans need to get over ourselves.
No — you haven't lost your mind. Things really are crazy out there. And you can thank something called the dictatorship of relativism.
Christian colleges are under attack these days, but New York Times columnist David Brooks says he's not worried.