The Christian Post

Evangelicals and Muslims: Oil and Water or Fertile Ministry?

The Muslim population in the U.S. is steadily rising, and with the rise, more and more questions arise about how evangelicals and Muslims will co-exist in modern America. An imam in New York has already begun to call for Muhammad's birthday to become a national holiday, while legislators in Oklahoma are trying to pre-empt the possibility of Sharia courts in the U.S., as they have been established in England.

Evangelicals Pay Tribute to Dr. Ralph D. Winter

Editor's note: The following are select tributes to Dr. Ralph D. Winter as they appeared in the May-August 2009 issue of Mission Frontiers, the bulletin of the U.S. Center for World Mission (www.uscwm.org). Winter passed away on May 20, 2009, after a long battle with cancer. He was 84.

Mission Leaders Pay Tribute to Dr. Ralph D. Winter

Editor's note: The following are select tributes to Dr. Ralph D. Winter as they appeared in the May-August 2009 issue of Mission Frontiers, the bulletin of the U.S. Center for World Mission (www.uscwm.org). Winter passed away on May 20, 2009, after a long battle with cancer. He was 84.

Preachers, Pastors Pay Tribute to Dr. Ralph D. Winter

Editor's note: The following are select tributes to Dr. Ralph D. Winter as they appeared in the May-August 2009 issue of Mission Frontiers, the bulletin of the U.S. Center for World Mission (www.uscwm.org). Winter passed away on May 20, 2009, after a long battle with cancer. He was 84.

Is California Headed for a 'Big One'?

Southern California was hit by a 5.4-magnitude earthquake Tuesday that rattled nerves and got people thinking about how much more prepared they need to be before the "Big One" that scientists have long feared finally hits.

When Judges Become Gods

For the past two weeks, gay 'marriage' has been the talk of the town – mostly as a result of the California Supreme Court's infamous May 15 ruling, which has set the stage for homosexuals to tie the knot in June.