In recent years, several self-proclaimed evangelicals, or those associated with evangelical institutions, have called into question the historicity of Adam and Eve.
I don't have any problem with conservative Christians befriending those outside our circles. We ought to do it more often. But this doesn't mean a hyped-up conference was the best way to kick things off.
There are dozens of problems with Love Wins. The theology is heterodox. The history is inaccurate. The impact on souls is devastating
How should Christians relate to the traditions of Santa Claus? C.S. Lewis embraced them and so included Father Christmas in The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe.
So who exactly was St. Nicholas? The unsatisfying answer is that nobody knows for sure.
Matthew, more than any gospel writer, goes to great lengths to show that Jesus' birth, life, and death, are rooted firmly in the Old Testament.