From presidential debates to the transformation of Bruce Jenner into Caitlyn and the graphic horrors of ISIS beheading Christians, here, in no particular order, are 10 of the most memorable photos of 2015.
The Christian Post would like to thank the many contributors to its opinion page in 2015. We look forward to more collaboration in 2016.
The Supreme Court's gay marriage ruling, Planned Parenthood's selling of baby body parts and IS-inspired terror attacks in the West are among the biggest stories that round out The Christian Post's top 10 stories for 2015.
Caitlyn Jenner, Donald Trump, Creflo Dollar and Josh Duggar are just of few of the figures who grabbed our reader's attention in 2015. Check out the top 10 stories of 2015 for The Christian Post.
As the new year is already upon us, The Christian Post would like to offer a brief look back at the major issues and events of 2014. Pastors in Houston were almost forced to hand over all their sermons that touched on the topic of homosexuality, a major U.S. megachurch became nonexistent, Christians around the world saw a rise in attacks especially with the rise of terrorist group ISIS, and fear spread around the world as the Ebola virus spread rapidly in West Africa.
The year 2013 was a very significant year for Christians in America, marking both a surge in faith and in opposition in the nation and the world at large. Here is a rundown of the top ten 2013 story lines identified by the editors of The Christian Post as significant enough to warrant a second look as the year ends.
You are probably familiar with the usual pro-choice mantras: "it's my body," "freedom to choose," "reproductive health," and so-on and so-forth in the abortion debate. While we believe that any argument used to defend snuffing out the life of an unborn child is wrong, there are some that go above and beyond. Here is our list of the top 10 most ridiculous pro-choice arguments, in order of the least most ridiculous to the most most ridiculous.
In the wake of roiling controversies over whether Christians should frequent Starbucks, AT&T, Home Depot, J.C. Penney, Disney, Google or a host of other targeted brands in the marketplace, The Christian Post has asked Christian leaders to address boycotting and to consider whether or not the approach is consistent with Jesus' command to be "salt and light" in the world. A second question is how to make a boycott effective if and when a Christian boycott seems prudent and necessary.
While presidential elections and wars have dominated international headlines, other world news affecting Christians have often gone unnoticed or with minimal coverage.
The year 2008 was full of surprises for the Christian entertainment industry – from shocking confessions and tragic accidents to unexpected bestsellers and notable Christian-to-mainstream crossovers (and vice-versa).