Gabe Lyons weighed in on the Louie Giglio controversy by calling out the LGBTQ community for its intolerance of traditional Christian views. "As gays come out of the closet, are Christians meant to swap and go hide back in closets of their own?"
Pastor Louie Giglio's withdrawal from President Barack Obama's inauguration ceremony has left Christians lamenting over what they see as a new era of religious intolerance. More specifically, anyone who holds the view that homosexuality is a sin is being forced out of the public square.
A recent study found that those who identify as spiritual but not religious are more likely to develop a mental disorder. They are also more likely to be dependent on drugs and have abnormal eating attitudes.9 comments
Over 60,000 people have signed up to shop at Hobby Lobby Saturday in a show of support for the company's freedom of religion.
The most common temptation that Protestants admit to is eating too much, according to a Barna study. On other temptations, Protestants struggle on a similar level as other American adults with worrying, procrastinating, spending too much time on media, spending too much money and lying.2 comments
In his last message as pastor for Preaching and Vision at Bethlehem Baptist Church, John Piper condemned prosperity preachers for enticing worshippers into a faith that's not real Christianity.
Franklin Graham says America is living in "dark days" morally and spiritually as more same-sex couples get married, marijuana cigarettes are lit up in public places, and television is awash in blatant immorality.
Pastor Andy Stanley and the thousands who attend North Point Community Church are mourning the loss of one of their staff members who died in a car accident Tuesday night.
Well-known pastor John Piper recently offered a statement clarifying his thoughts on a wife's submission to an abusive husband. Piper, who preaches at Bethlehem Baptist Church in Minneapolis, had been criticized earlier for only mentioning the church and not law enforcement as recourse for protection.26 comments
Christmas pageants have become a thing of the past for many churches in the Winston-Salem, N.C., metro area. Instead of pouring all their resources into one giant production for the congregation, these churches have chosen to look outward and take the Christmas "party" to the community.
It's a question many ask after a tragedy like last Friday's shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn.: If God is who He says He is, why did He let this happen? Andy Stanley, pastor of North Point Community Church in Alpharetta, Ga., says it's an important question but notes that many have created God in their own image.
The Connecticut State Police have a tentative identification of the gunman who killed 26 people, including 20 children, at an elementary school on Friday.12 comments
For 30 years, Ken Ham of Answers in Genesis has advocated a literal, straightforward reading of Genesis, the first book of the Bible. Interestingly, his staunchest critics have been fellow Christians.
Don't assume. That's one thing well-known pastor John Piper said he learned the hard way. In a brief interview with Seattle pastor Mark Driscoll, Piper offered some reflections about his more than 30 years in ministry.
Christians and atheists went head to head Wednesday to debate one of the most frequently raised questions today: Does science refute God?