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For Christians, History May Be Meandering, but It Has a Purpose

January 4, 2016

Christian commentary, especially among English-speaking Protestants, about God’s perceived hand in the ebb and flow of momentous human events used to be far more common.

Icon of the 21 Christian Martyrs killed by ISIS in Libya by Antoun Rezk (Photo credit: Antoun (Tony) Rezk)

Four Things You Should Read about ISIS & Christianity

February 24, 2015

To provide more understanding about the Islamic State, and how to pray against the demonic forces that control them, here described are four articles that you should read, along with my annotations!

Sheepish News Outlets Finally Address Gosnell

April 13, 2013

by Barton Gingerich (@bjgingerich) In case you missed it, the Twitter tag #Gosnell trended nationally for most of Friday. These tweets protested the reticence of news outlets that should have covered the trial of…

So Jesus Had a Wife…

September 20, 2012

If the secular media had their way the recent discover of a business card sized fragment of papyrus that supposedly has Jesus saying, “My Wife,” would finally be the end of all things Evangelical. …

When Magazines Collide: Gay Sex and Optional Orthodoxy

February 19, 2009

James Tonkowich February 19, 2009   The following originally appeared in a recent IRD Weekly e-newsletter.  If you would like to receive our weekly e-newsletter, register as an IRD User today.   The March issues of The…