In this final part, experts explained to CP what they believe needs to happen to tackle the challenge of stopping violence in schools, centered on the spheres of the home, the community, the media, and the church.
Although some 80 percent of Americans say they believe in God, only a slim majority of the nation's approximately 327 million people believe in God as described in the Bible, according to results of a new study released by the Pew Research Center. And among those younger than 50, belief in the God of the Bible drops lower than 50 percent.
Evangelist Scott Dawson, who is running for Alabama governor but first faces a Republican primary in June, has said that he does not want to be known as a politician despite his aspirations.
If you would have told radical feminist and political activist Natasha Chart five years ago that she would be fired for objecting to the prostitution of minors, she wouldn't have believed that anyone could be fired for that reason.
Well-known evangelical leaders such as Franklin Graham, Paula White and Samuel Rodriguez are calling on members of Congress to pass bipartisan re-entry reform legislation that aims to provide federal prisoners with the training and rehabilitation they need to be successful once they are released back into society.
It took seven months for the United States Senate to confirm Stuart Kyle Duncan to the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans but not without much anger and praise over President Donald Trump's decision to nominate him.
Arizona megachurch pastor Les Hughey has officially resigned as senior pastor at Highlands Church in Scottsdale, Arizona, after several women accused the church founder of taking sexual advantage of them decades ago as teenagers and young women.
At least three more young women have come forward to make sexual abuse accusations against Les Hughey, the founder of Highlands Church in Scottsdale, Arizona, after he was placed on leave on Sunday.
An Atlanta pastor who announced on social media that he plans to make performances by aerialists a regular part of his church's worship service has raised concern among some critics who believe the gymnasts might be too distracting for the public.
Following the death of his grandfather Billy Graham, Will Graham hopes to carry on the famed evangelist's ministry by sharing the Gospel with millions "as if Christ is coming back in our lifetime."
Father Ray Kelly, a priest from a Catholic parish in Oldcastle, Co Meath, Ireland, stunned judges on "Britain's Got Talent" this week with his rendition of the classic song "Everybody Hurts" by the band REM. The performance even made Simon Cowell well up with emotion.
As faith-based films continue to have box office success, such as the $40 million earned by "I Can Only Imagine," Christians who work in the entertainment industry tell The Christian Post that movies might be the future method for spreading the Gospel.
Award-winning Christian artist Jason Crabb just released his new album, Unexpected. After reaching out to legendary singer Gloria Gaynor on Twitter, he was able to secure a song from the hall of famer and an unforgettable duet.
A newly released film titled, "The Heart Of Nuba" tells the story of Catholic Relief Services doctor Tom Catena who serves as a missionary to the children and adults of the war-torn Nuba Mountains of Sudan as they endure the bombing attacks in the region.
After wrapping up the series finale of the ABC show "The Middle," actresses Patricia Heaton and Jen Ray traveled with the evangelical humanitarian aid agency World Vision to serve South Sudanese refugees in Uganda.
Fragments of the Bible have been discovered for the first time ever hidden behind an eighth century Quran, or Islamic holy text, a French scholar has revealed.
The parents of 23-month-old toddler Alfie Evans have said that his life support has been withdrawn despite Italy granting him an emergency citizenship in hopes of delaying that action.
Pope Francis has appointed three female theologians to its prominent Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, which is being lauded as a historic move for the Roman Catholic Church.
Canadian police are building a profile and looking for a possible motive for the deadly van attack committed by a 25-year-old man in Toronto Monday, when 10 people were killed and 15 were injured.
Are we living in the biblical end times? That's a question that has consistently emerged over the past two millennia, with scores of Christians wondering when Jesus' second coming will unfold. It's a topic that famed Christian author Joel Rosenberg has often discussed, as the prophecy expert routinely shares what he believes the Bible says about the end of days.
The U.S. State Department has released its 2017 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices document, shedding light on various governments around the world, and eight in particular, which it says are committing horrific human rights abuse against their own people.
Even if New Atheism no longer grabs the headlines, it has left behind a significant and very unfortunate legacy of incivility and anti-intellectualism. Incivility was always a New Atheist hallmark.
Some are saying that Christians have lost the culture. But what if it was never a war to win, instead it was a calling to embrace?
Tammie Jo Shults is now famous as the pilot who landed Flight 1380 after an engine exploded in the air. She guided the plane down after a twenty-thousand-foot drop in six minutes, then walked down the aisle hugging passengers. Passengers described her as having "nerves of steel" and being a "true American hero."
Recently some critics of prominent Trump-supporting Dallas Baptist pastor Robert Jeffress have disapprovingly identified him as a supporter of "Two Kingdoms" theology, an historic Protestant belief about the division of duties between spiritual & earthly rule.
To be tolerant of another is to say, "I don't approve of you! I don't agree with you, but I'll put up with you because I'm tolerant." Would you want to be on the receiving end of this sentiment? We must ask ourselves, is this a good thing? Is it good to be tolerant?
The new "connectedness" that is being sold to us from Silicon Valley is a half-truth, which is just another way of saying it's also a half-lie.
There is a lot of pain in America. In the last five years, Americans have lived under great stress, deep division, nuclear threat, terroristic intimidation, political unrest, gender confusion, multiple crises, endless tragedies, mass shootings, and continual revelations of sexual harassment and unethical behavior.
One doctor is saying the baby's no good, not viable, get rid of it. And then the other is saying, 'No, no, no, we can preserve this life.' So when they made the choice to follow the life-affirming doctor's advice, that was really a leap of faith for them.
Beyond an obvious political agenda, the biased censorship practiced by these so-called neutral public forums threatens the very freedom guaranteed by the First Amendment. Americans of all political stripes should be alarmed by these moves to silence opposing viewpoints.
Malaria is a terrible disease that kills more than 445,000 people per year. Malaria is preventable and curable. As Christians, we should see this as a challenge.
Claims of high maternal mortality rates in Texas have been a key talking point for Planned Parenthood supporters. However, new research finds the actual maternal mortality rate in Texas is far lower than what was previously reported.
We have never been where we are today as a nation. While division abounds in almost every segment of America, it is time to cry out to God in prayer for America. No longer can the people of God be silent before the Lord.
Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, announced the birth of their third child Monday.
Once again in California, we see that the new sexual orthodoxy trumps the Constitution.
Journaling can be a record of God's faithfulness. Journaling helps you remember the prayers you prayed and the ability to see when God answered a specific prayer.
There may not be very many things that I am absolutely certain of. However, I am one thousand percent certain that good youth ministry works and works every time.
Even though we're designed to age, aging with thankfulness, love, and a smile is our choice.
You may have thought I was overstating things in my recent article, "Will California Go from Banning Religious Books to Burning Them?" You may have thought I was exaggerating when I referenced LGBT activists who compared Christian conservatives to ISIS and Al-Qaeda. Be assured that there was not a word of hyperbole in what I wrote. The truth is unsettling enough.
Since I believe life begins at conception and is sacred from that moment to natural death, obviously I oppose the decision to abort a child. Let's consider this issue in the context of congenital conditions.
The Guinness Book of World Records recently identified Masazo Nonakaas of Japan as the oldest living man. He is over 112 years old. Some contribute this longevity to a Japanese concept known as "Ikigai." The principles described in "Ikigai" are ancient Judeo-Christian values.
I want you to realize that millions of teenagers go to bed every night in this country not having a clue that there is a father God who will protect them. They trust no one.
Google "California school district says parents can't pull kids from new LGBT sex ed," and you can read the alarming article for yourself. A "toolkit" that offers kids tips on using sex toys and doing things that cannot be written in this article is one of the controversial aspects, and parents may not be able to opt out. Our arrogance as a state, and as a nation, is appalling.
What is it that Christ has not touched for the better? What problems does his person or purpose not solve?
Someone asks "I have friends who are gay and planning a wedding. They know my beliefs on homosexuality — that it is not God's creative design. I'm expecting to receive a wedding invite anytime. What should I do?"
News has been spreading about the meeting of 50 ethnically and denominationally diverse evangelical leaders at Wheaton College earlier this week to discuss the current condition of the movement. Unfortunately, some sources and reporters who were not at the gathering have been framing it as a "crazy Trump bashing" spectacle (CBN News) that led some to "walk out of the meeting" in protest (Fox News).
Why should Christians care about cases such as Masterpiece Cakeshop? Do cases like this take us away from the centrality of gospel proclamation? Shouldn't Jack Phillips, Joanna Duka, and Breanna Koski just lay down their rights in the face of opposition for the sake of being like Jesus?