Did the Apostle Paul really say women can never be pastors?
As he gets ready for the fall launch of his unaffiliated The Sanctuary church in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, Tullian Tchividjian says his extramarital relationships with former congregants were all “consensual” and not an abuse of power.
Snopes has fired back at claims that fact-checking stories on Babylon Bee are unnecessary, posting an article from an academic research site.
A Christian apologist who once believed in New Age spirituality criticized Democratic presidential candidate Marianne Williamson's teachings about Jesus Christ.
We cannot ignore the plague of broken homes. Of absentee dads. Of emasculated men. Of males who separate sex from parenting. Of the ravages of divorce.
Entitlement programs through the decades have produced more of what they sought out to cure.
The authority, and I am careful to say authority and not power, possessed by the “major donor” class is significant and if widespread among the donor base may redirect an institution's errant detour(s).
I grew up in the ‘90s, when the purity movement was in full swing. Like so many other teens during that era, I gave my love life to God and vowed to save myself for marriage.
Statistically speaking, someone orbiting an impaired or hate-filled individual attends a church, temple, or mosque.
The character of God is full of never-ending complexities. One of the characteristics we often wrestle with is His jealousy. God is described as exactly that, jealous. Scripture is outright with this in its illustrations.
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