This past week has provided a wide-range of free excellent articles, proving the beneficial side of the internet. A strong body of content has been published that merits the thinking Christian’s attention. First off, a secular historian is gaining quite a lot of attention for her compassionate, intricate, yet challenging analysis of American evangelicalism. Molly […]
A recent Barna study confirms other data showing increased church attendance over the last decade in ostensibly secular New York City, including increased numbers of “born-again” believers. The findings defy not only stereotypes about “godless” New Yorkers but also illustrate that, despite all the talk about secularizing America, church participation has remained remarkably unchanged nationally for most of 80 years.
Editor’s note: A version of this article was published by the Christian Post. Click here to read it. Malala Yousafzai survived the Taliban’s attack on her life. She rallies for the rights of girl’s right to education. She is the youngest Nobel peace prize nominee and the winner of the European Union’s prestigious Freedom of […]
Many female leaders in the evangelical church are attempting to convince their young disciples that there is no contradiction in being both a feminist and a Christian. “While the Bible is clear that “in Christ there is neither male nor female” (Galatians 3: 28), there is much more to today’s radical feminism than male/female equality. […]
When you can’t beat them, join them. That’s what the Soviet Union did to curtail Christianity’s anti-communist influence. In a new book titled Disinformation, a covert campaign to discredit Pope Piux XII is revealed. In addition, the Soviets tried to influence the church with a Marxist-friendly version of Christianity.
Editor’s Note: A version of this article was published TheBlaze. Click here to read it. Newark, N.J. Mayor and Senate hopeful Cory Booker is not known for proclaiming his love of Jesus or evangelizing to his fellow politicians and constituents. So as a 20-something evangelical, I find it curious that Mayor Booker is a featured […]
Loneliness and depression have become an increasingly normal part of American life over the past decade. The Church is uniquely equipped to offer hope to the lonely, isolated, and depressed in our communities.
Djallo looked at the two books placed on the table before him. The Quran he had been taught since he was a boy. The Bible he had just begun to know. The Bible had been given to him by a missionary in Guinea. He had taken it so that he could highlight all the mistakes […]
I sit at my desk looking out at the bright green ficus tree as the gentle breeze brings the smell of cookfires and city life. I hear the sound of men making cloth through a process which includes pounding it with a large wooden mallet. At $20 a yard, it is reserved for only the […]
Any student of the world’s largest monotheistic religions must read the Bible, the Koran, and Not Peace but a Sword: The Great Chasm between Christianity and Islam by Robert Spencer. Spencer’s comprehensive understanding of his Christian faith and Islam along with lucidly insightful writing give lie to his international notoriety as a bigoted “Islamophobe,” most recently manifested in his denial of entry into the United Kingdom. Not Peace but a Sword masterfully validates the title-giving verse in Matthew 10:34 with Jesus’ indication that His message will bring not a politically correct, multicultural theological universalism, but division.