Americans generally know that abortions happen, but the reality of abortion is kept out of sight and, for most, largely out of mind.
Joel Osteen found himself forced to answer a question that every Christian — and certainly every Christian leader — will be forced to answer
Does "Skins" cross the legal line of criminal child pornography?
The President's statement included not one word that indicated any recognition that abortion is in any case or in any sense a tragedy.
This decision serves as yet another sign of how swiftly the moral revolution is happening all around us.
The Bible dignifies both labor and age, but the modern American ideal of retirement is nowhere to be found in the Scriptures
Christianity is not an honor religion. Christ did not call upon his disciples to defend his honor
A buzzing little fly is only a nuisance. The theory of evolution is no mere nuisance — it represents one of the greatest challenges to Christian faith and faithfulness in our times.
There is nothing so short-sighted and unhelpful as Christian insecurity — and this kind of insecurity recently led to predictable results in Fort Worth, Texas.
It is as if we are now living on a new planet — one in which all the natural boundaries of sex and reproduction have been left behind.
This is a commencement message preached Friday, December 10, 2010 by R. Albert Mohler, Jr., President of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky.
One of the hallmarks of the postmodern age is, as one of its main theorists has explained, "incredulity toward metanarratives."
Parents cannot be spectators in the lives of their children, but should set rules, establish expectations, enforce limitations, and constantly monitor their teenagers' digital lives.
For reasons that include all that we can learn from this report, and for many more that we know from the Scriptures and Christian wisdom, Christians know that the marginalization of marriage can only lead to unhappiness, unhealthiness, and the unraveling of human relationships.
One of the most important principles of Christian thinking is the recognition that there is no stance of intellectual neutrality.
Divorce is now an institutionalized part of American life, complete now with an industry putting out divorce announcements, greeting cards, and party plans.
Thanksgiving is a deeply theological act, rightly understood.
The church, Druid Hills Baptist Church in Atlanta, is one of the most venerable congregations in the state convention. Now, the church is considered no longer in fellowship with the GBC on the basis of its violation of the confession of faith.
We should respect the power of the Devil and his demons, but never fear them. We do not need a rite of exorcism, only the name of Jesus. We are not given a priesthood of exorcists — for every believer is armed with the full promise of the Gospel, united with Christ by faith, and indwelt by the Holy Spirit.
Christianity honors the life of the mind, not because it celebrates the power of human intellect, but because Christ himself instructed Christians to love God with heart, soul, and mind.
BioLogos is a movement that asserts theological arguments in the public square in order to convince evangelical Christians to accept their proposals. They now have the audacity to ask for a pass from theological responsibility. That is the one thing they may not have.
Evangelicals tend to swing between extremes when it comes to politics and elections. We are too easily elated and too readily depressed. Make no mistake. The election results of 2010 will lead to big changes in Washington and far beyond.
Professor Giberson asserts that to believe in the truthfulness and historicity of the entire Bible is to paddle in an "intellectual backwater." Christians committed to biblical authority should ponder that statement deeply, even as they keep paddling.
It turns out that Robert Schuller offers the best analysis of this crisis with his own words. "No church has a money problem; churches only have idea problems." The theological crisis in Garden Grove is far more significant than the financial crisis.
Put simply, this is a generation of emerging adults who are struggling to reach full adulthood in the culture of late modernity.