A large minority of Americans believe that there is a “War on Christmas” taking place in the United States, with Baby Boomers being the most likely to believe that the Christian holiday is under attack.
Ethicist Russell Moore weighed in on the frequently asked question of whether or not Christians who commit suicide go to Heaven.
A survey has found that as many as two out of five British millennials do not know that Jesus Christ is the baby in Nativity scene displays.
Theologian: Christian parents shouldn't replace Christmas story with 'non-gospel, pathetic myth like Santa Claus'
Ahead of Christmas, theologian John Piper warned Christian parents against replacing the story of Jesus’ birth with “a non-gospel, pathetic myth like Santa Claus” as doing so demonstrates a “failure to be thrilled with the greatest story in the world.”
No individual and no group of individuals can escape judgment apart from God’s cleansing. Institutional sin is not an abstraction, but a hard reality that distorts social values and deforms the society it influences.
How is it that the Bible can be so clear on a particular subject and yet some Christians are not clear on what the Bible says?
These days, it feels like our favorite past time is finding faults in others and celebrating them. Does it make us feel better about ourselves?
The NIH has been studying the effect of screen time for children. The preliminary results are in and they’re not good.
Biological sex should be determined biologically. Nothing controversial about it, right? Hardly.
One of the interesting questions raised about this hymn is whether it refers to the first or second advent of Christ.
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The Christian Post's top 10 stories of 2018 are a reflection of both what interested our readers and what the editors believe were important stories that will have a lasting impact beyond this year.
As the religious landscape of America continues to change and those identifying with faith continues to decline, the fear of standing out as a Christian is growing.
Social conservatives must humanize and frame their side of the debate on issues related to marriage and family through the eyes and stories of children in order to be effective, advocates say.