What do these bible quotes all have in common?...
The performance was stunning, as New Zealand weightlifter Laurel Hubbard absolutely smoked the competition, beating her nearest competitor, a Samoan woman, by nearly 20 kilograms.
There is some opposition to New York pastor Tim Keller speaking at Princeton Seminary on April 6 because his denomination doesn't ordain women or LGBTQ people.
The young pastor, at least by my perspective, impressed me. Though only 34 years old, he had a maturity and wisdom about him that went beyond his chronological age.
Today may be World Water Day, but given that water is the source of all life and all health, just maybe it's time we make every day a world water day. Here are 7 easy steps you can take:
Narrowly escaping the jaws of a large reptile might get you thinking about your life. But you don't have to wait 'til then to make important changes.
P. J. O'Rourke, the libertarian author and humorist, made a side comment in a recent interview in which he offered three criteria by which to assess public policy proposals; does the policy promote the dignity of the individual, does it enhance the liberty of the individual, and does it encourage the individual to live a responsible life?
The viral video of Professor Robert Kelly and his family has produced quite the range of opinions from armchair commentators. Some have been hilarious, others rather wise, and plenty uncalled for. Yet there's one common refrain being recycled should be put to bed once and for all.
Whenever I hear Christian leaders talk about the inevitable collapse of the church of America (or elsewhere) I ask myself, "But hasn't Jesus risen from the dead?
What will be the next step in the evolution of the gender revolution? Well, try to imagine a day when parents wait until their child goes to kindergarten before assigning their gender identity.
Born in the Muslim world, Naveed Anjum was taught from an early age to believe that Jews and the State of Israel were evil.
It's bad enough when misguided citizens, those sunk deeply in the muck and mire of worldly values, come out against what's clearly an irrevocable law of nature. But it's nothing less than a scandal that reaches heaven itself when clergy do it in God's name.
Perhaps you've been hearing about this new book, "The Benedict Option" by Rod Dreher, and wondered, "What's that?" Let's talk about it.
As congressional efforts to defund Planned Parenthood gain momentum, it is unsurprising that the abortion provider is fighting back. The group recently funded a study which makes some outlandish claims about the purported health benefits of contraception.
Dear Journalists, It's time to wake up. You've a got a major problem — and no, I'm not simply referring to President Donald Trump.
Planned Parenthood does not have a good record when it comes to telling the truth.
I once believed that my primary mission field was the LGBT community. God had not revealed this to me, nor had he especially burdened my heart for this particular group of people.
Every year another two million American adults become less receptive to the gospel, and less receptive to churches.
I'm thrilled that the The Benedict Option, the new book by the well-known conservative journalist Rod Dreher, is getting an immediate national hearing, and deservedly so.
Ms. Laguens, You don't know me and there's very little chance you've ever heard of me, but in any case, I want to make a public appeal to you.
For years, we've been hearing that one side of the political aisle is on "the right side of history." But history doesn't seem to be cooperating.
The problem is that what was shown on 20/20 was not therapy at all. Licensed, ethical therapists do not force or coerce teenagers to change, nor do they manipulate desperate parents to send their kids away to be reformed.
Amidst the partisan debates on Capitol Hill, a small but important part of the federal budget always receives bipartisan cooperation because it's about American jobs, American economic growth, and keeping America safe... and because it's about our faith.
If "assisted death" is such a good thing, why are so many Canadian doctors having second thoughts?
Dear Chuck, Happy St. Patrick's Day! In thinking about going green, I'm wondering if there are any principles to keep in mind and any ways to go green cheaply?
Have you heard about the Toni the Tampon who teaches children that men can get periods too? Or about the mother and son who are about to become father and daughter, or about the transgender pastor who teaches that God is transgender?
"Alarmist" has become the newest label given to any conservative Christian who raises concerns about the current trajectory of the culture in general or churches in particular. Like other labels — fundamentalist, theocrat, reconstructionist — the word itself is now used as a slur, and once deployed, the user feels no need to justify the accuracy of their claim.
Ah, springtime. Flowers blooming, birds singing, and articles questioning the historicity of Jesus hitting the newsstands.
This is not fake news. What you're about to read really happened – and at a college campus at that.
A Public Religion Research Institute poll led to some headlines claiming that white evangelicals think they're discriminated against more than Muslims. They're not reading the data correctly.