The Rev. John Liebler, an Episcopal priest, lost his faith in an ironic place: seminary. Studying for the priesthood in the late 1970s, Liebler was inundated with a theological liberalism that left him believing that Christianity, and all religion, was just a mirror we hold up to our own wishes rather than a window through which we see true spiritual realities. We asked Liebler about how he returned to faith, and why he believes orthodox Christians urgently need to reclaim liberalism.
Following months of headlines describing violent religious persecution in nations like Nigeria and India, as well as increased concerns about the fate of minorities under Egypt's newly elected Muslim Brotherhood president, a new declaration is calling for greater religious freedom globally.
Author Ken Myers doesn't believe "the culture" is the biggest challenge facing the Church today. Rather, it's the culture in the church that's the problem as many believers live not fully transformed by the Gospel.
During Saturday's morning hours on the Treasure Coast of Florida, a crowd gathered around a perfectly manicured green at the PGA Center for Golf and Learning to hear from former House Speaker Newt Gingrich – a presidential hopeful who kept mentioning another president.
A week before Florida’s crucial GOP primary, former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum asked this question to a crowd gathered on the football field of Community Christian Academy, “Who has the best narrative to go up against Barack Obama?”
Regent University’s motto is “Christian Leadership to Change the World,” and Seattle Pacific University markets itself as "Where world change begins." Other Christian institutions and many Christian leaders make similar claims. But can Christians really change the world? And what does it really mean to change the world?
Paul Simon’s last album was entitled Surprise, but it’s his newest album that is quite surprising. It’s all about God, Jesus, angels, and the afterlife.
Dr. Del Tackett, the creator and host of Focus on the Family's "The Truth Project" has a new project – a television program called "Cross Examine."
Things are working together, giving us a greater sense of the imminence of Christ's return. And so I see these things being prepared