Americans largely misunderstand their political opponents, and the more they misunderstand, the more they assume bad motives. While Americans are becoming increasingly divided along political lines, this polarization is exacerbated by misperceptions. This is the conclusion of a study by More in Common.
Marty Sampson defended his frankness in expressing his struggles with faith and reasons for leaving Hillsong in response to Skillet's John Cooper who advised Christians to stop learning theology from modern worship songs and "influencers."
There is a “vast bulk of agreement” between the many different English versions of the Bible, according to an expert translator who worked on the controversial 2011 edition of the New International Version.
The director of a Netflix documentary series about a secretive evangelical organization that founded the National Prayer Breakfast rejects critics' accusations that his work unfairly maligns Christians.
We are so reckless in our comments, so rash in our tweets. We post whatever we think, in a blur, as quickly as we can type or dictate the words.
I like the hymn “America the Beautiful,” which includes the prayer that God would mend our every flaw. Certainly, there are many flaws to be mended. But I have a feeling that nothing would ever satisfy those who protest our National Anthem.
It appears to me that at least once a week, no once a day doesn’t pass without someone “talking” about their disappointment with education.
President Abraham Lincoln said, “Both read the same Bible, and pray to the same God; and each invokes His aid against the other.”
Be careful what you believe when it comes to what believers in evolution tell you.
Many Americans have the sense that the country is on an unstoppable nose-dive into chaos and crash. Where is contemporary America as measured by the historical stages revealed in those Holy Scriptures?
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