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Seeing Jesus through Eastern eyes and understanding the person and significance of the Son of God within His own cultural context is “critical” to reaching Muslims with the Gospel, a former self-described “apologist for Islam" advises Christians in the West.
Georgia megachurch pastor and televangelist Michael Youssef fears that the tendency today among some Christian leaders to water down the Gospel to make it “palatable” for today’s culture could be a sign of the “great apostasy before the return of Christ.”
In Real Christianity: How to Be Bold for Christ In a Culture of Darkness, author and pastor Dale Partridge offers a sober, concise and profound reminder of the biblical characteristics and requirements of a Christian and challenges modern-day believers to see how they measure up.
SBC President J.D. Greear addresses the Gospel, how evangelical churches should respond to the 2020 election cycle, and how The Summit Church seeks to follow the complementarian model of church leadership while also allowing women to serve as teachers.
The Christian Post interviewed evangelical pastor Andrew Farley regarding his book and topics related to it, including his views on "prosperity gospel" and the opinion of some that Christians should “unhitch” themselves from the Old Testament.
For many Christians, the Bible is clear on homosexuality: it’s a sin. But there’s a real struggle among believers on how their convictions should play out when engaging with homosexual persons.
The great move of God known as the Welsh revival that touched Wales soon after the turn of the 20th century portends the "lightning" of yet another awakening, according to Wallace Henley.
A Florida pastor is tackling what he considers to be the largest mission field in the United States: people who claim to be Christian but do not actually believe the Gospel.
Experienced church leader and organizational expert Kadi Cole shares how leaders can begin accessing and maximizing the potential of women in their church.