Were the ancients dummies? If so, why does archaeology keep confirming what they wrote? I'll tell you why a healthy dose of humility can help us understand the past.
You'd think things would have gone swimmingly for the all-time Olympic gold medal holder, Michael Phelps. But they didn't: until he found his purpose.
So, it's OK to warn people about the dangers of drinking too much soda, but not about risky sexual behavior? Welcome to the strange world of cultural Marxism.
One famous sports broadcaster had it all: fame, famous friends, wife and kids, cancer, and faith in Jesus. Here is one great story.
Is the person you call "you" just a practical joke played by your brain? Materialist mumbo-jumbo like this has really gone to science's head lately.
My friend Rod Dreher is as sane and stable as anyone I know, and he's saying, in essence, that the sky is falling. I reference his new article in The American Conservative, called "The Coming Christian Collapse."
If you want an accurate picture of life in the first century AD, archaeology shows us that you can't do much better than the book of Acts.
Your unchurched friends are not unreachable. How do I know? They've said so themselves.
Probably a fake. That's what a Harvard professor is saying about the "Jesus' wife" papyrus she once believed to be authentic. Why did folks fall for it in the first place?
Healthy economies need young workers. And thanks to its one-child policy, China is facing a less-than-rosy economic future. Here's a lesson in demographics and worldview.
If you're living in America or Europe, the biggest story of this century is probably not what you think it is.
Some in the Golden State say Christian schools have a license to discriminate. Actually, the opposite may be true.
We know what happened when Mr. Smith went to Washington. But what about when Mr. Moore went to Chicago?
When you want to make a point, better have your facts straight. But if you want to convince someone, I'll show you a better way.
It's not news that the news media treat Christians unfairly. But to blame us for terrorism?
It's interesting when atheists do just what they accuse so-called "religious fanatics" (that's you and me) of doing.
What happens when an avowed atheist and a committed Christian become fast friends, despite their polar-opposite views? Well, you get a fantastic new book.
There's a reason you wake up every morning instead of booting up. And why you probably processed bites of cereal this morning, not bytes of data.
Did you hear that Miss USA Rima Fakih converted to the Christian faith from Islam? She's part of an exciting trend!
A few in the media and academia are finally recognizing that neither place is friendly to conservatives or evangelicals. That recognition is refreshing!
Mother's Day is behind us, but a mother's work is never finished. And as one author found out recently, comparing that work with a vacation is not the best idea.
The government's staggering overreach last Friday smacks more of colonial tyranny than anything I can remember. Parents are rightly outraged, but what can we do?
Lots of bad news out there lately. But not today. Today we'll talk about a big win for religious freedom.
High in the Himalayas, Christianity is on the rise. And so are religious tensions.
A new report on religious persecution should raise eyebrows — and spur us to action. But will it?