I nervously switched off the television early Sunday morning as I heard my children bounding toward the door. I didn't want them to hear the news. I didn't want to hear it myself.
If you woke me up in the middle of the night and put a gun to my head and said, "Tell me your favorite Bible verse," I think I know what I would say.
The bloodiness of our age is not an anomaly.
American Christianity is far less bloody than it used to be.
"Now these three abide: anger, outrage, and fear—and the greatest of these is fear."
I am a young single Christian woman. I made a commitment at a very young age to remain sexually chaste, and I've done so. I have dated other boys, but always just in groups in a very casual setting. Now, however, I am seeing a young Christian man who seems great in every way.
I received an email from a man who was upset about a couple in his extended family who are pursuing a so-called "snowflake adoption."
Is it ethical for me to have opted out of Social Security?
This time two weeks ago, if I had dropped dead, my body would have twitched for 72 hours before I could've been embalmed.
He walked the aisle down a Southern Baptist church, just like I did, and was baptized, by immersion, in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Ghost. And now he fights for Allah in an Islamic jihadist terrorist group.
Dear Dr. Moore, I want to get a tattoo. I'd like it on my stomach, with a cross, with the words, "Flee Immorality: You Were Bought with a Price."
On the question of civil rights in the American Christian context, there is little question that, with few exceptions, the "progressives" were right, often heroically right, and the "conservatives" were wrong, often satanically wrong.
Our families weren't designed for a televised Christmas special.
The reviews were right.
As one who grew up right across the state line from New Orleans and spent most of my young life romping through its streets and marshes, I took my family to see Disney's latest animated film "The Princess and the Frog," set in the Crescent City and the bayous around it.
The Christians here have explained that if the boys do not collect enough money, they are not fed and beaten—sometimes worse. What should I do?
Just reading that in the type in front of you probably has some of you angry. Let me help you see why that is ...
Sesame Street was effective because the program didn't just contextualize to the present; it contextualized to the future.
Some Christians are all exercised about the fact that the movie might be too frightening for children. They're wrong.