For years, some scholars have doubted the historical accuracy of the fourth Gospel. But a dip in the pool of Siloam will cure that.
The Force may have awakened, but the lack of new ideas at the movie theater should be putting us to sleep. I think this is a huge opportunity for Christians.
The Anglican Church is facing a schism. Or has the schism, in reality, already occurred?
In a few weeks, hundreds of thousands of people will join the March for Life in Washington, D.C. What if there were three times that many praying?
Another Christmas has come and gone. Or has it? If you look closely, there's one more gift yet to open.
When we think of religious persecution, the Middle East comes to mind. But the world's largest democracy?
What were you hoping for this Christmas? Well, Helen Johnson was just hoping for five eggs; but she got much more. I'll tell you her story.
Next month we'll observe Religious Freedom Day. And I want to help you and your public school get ready.
It's great having lots of Facebook friends. But the kind of ties we have to folks on social media aren't the ties that bind.
If you ever find yourself in Bethlehem of Judea, there's one attraction you shouldn't miss. First, you'd need to stoop low enough to pass through the four-foot-high Door of Humility. From there, you'd make your way down a spiraling stone staircase to find a small grotto in the bedrock lined with marble and adorned with luxurious tapestries.
We Christians are used to the media calling us mean. But now our children are mean as well?
What could be more divine than showing mercy to needy women who are expecting a child? Here's one doctor's story.
An amazing find in Israel has set the archaeological world on its ear. And once again we see the veracity of biblical history.
Amid all the bad news, there is one cultural shift underway that is a hopeful sign for our times.
Did you know that Advent started Sunday? This is good news in the midst of all the bad news.
To paraphrase Lady Gaga, we'll soon be hearing, "I'm not a cheater, I was born this way."
Political correctness, which has gone after Christians for years, has finally turned on its progressive creators.
A feminist icon is being called a misogynist. You know, anti-woman. Because she dares to insist that men who identify as women aren't women.
Picture a man changing in a women's locker room in front of your daughter. You have not entered the Twilight Zone.
Is faith in God just a holdover from our evolutionary past? That's what some scientists are saying, but their explanations are more like science fiction.
It's been a dark few days. In the wake of historic bloodshed, we need to pray ceaselessly. And then we need to ask ourselves whether being a peacemaker might mean taking up arms.
If you think homosexual behavior is wrong, new research says you might not be right in the head.
I'm almost getting used to the vitriol hurled at Christians in the media these days. But something just the other day caused me to chuckle. At least at first.
You know Darwinism has problems, but how do you explain them to your friends and family? Well, look no further than a bicycle lock.
We hear a lot about acceptance and diversity these days. But what happens when acceptance is inconvenient?