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.
Some of our purported allies in Afghanistan abuse young boys. And the U.S. military wants to protect them. Not the boys. Our so-called allies.
A new fossil discovery makes it even tougher for Darwinists to explain the origin of life.
People banding together to do good. It's what Americans have always done, and are still doing.
Sexual progressives claim to be ushering in a "brave new world" of freedom. But their "new" morality is as old as the hills.
A stunning astronomical event next year will shed light on our world's intelligent design. How? By leaving us in darkness.
One academically rigorous, left leaning university has put its incoming freshmen on notice.
Once in a while, a book comes along that reminds me of those "you are here" labels on hiking maps. I want to tell you about such a book, and how it can reorient you,
Despite the media's wall-to-wall Olympic coverage, you've likely not heard the best story of all.
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.