The Apostolic Faith Mission was one of the earliest examples of a racially integrated church in the United States.
If the rich man could live in luxury every day, he clearly was able to provide Lazarus with food — or even better, a job.
Once again, the Nobel Peace Prize has gone to a religious person. This is in sharp contrast to the idea that religion only brings war and misery.
Can prayer be scientifically measured? In 1872, English intellectual Francis Galton, cousin of Charles Darwin, attempted to test the effects of prayer in a famous experiment.
For many years, Swedish authorities have been deporting Christians to countries where Christians are persecuted and killed. A new report showed that most Afghan citizens had their asylum applications rejected, even though their pastors in almost all cases insisted that their faith is genuine.
If these questions seem hard – even unanswerable – to you, you're lucky not to be a Christian asylum seeker in Sweden.
How we treat refugees today say something about how we would have treated Jesus and his family if we lived in Egypt 2,000 years ago. “But Micael, aren’t you politicizing the Gospel now?” someone might object.
In the midst of this chaos, darkness and death, a bright light is shining. That light will now receive a Nobel Peace Prize. Dr. Denis Mukwege is the son of a Pentecostal pastor who has a strong and robust faith in Jesus.
The vast majority of Pentecostals and Charismatics around the world deeply care about social work and poverty alleviation. Research even indicates that Pentecostalism is the largest movement for social justice that has ever existed.
In apologetics, there's an argument for God's existence called the moral argument. It basically says that if atheism is true, moral values can't be objectively true. They can't be facts. If there indeed are objective moral facts, such as rape and racism being evil while peace and compassion being good, atheism has a problem.