Nature told readers about a technique that could potentially “prevent a number of incurable genetic diseases.” But exploiting the potential comes at a cost.
- May 19, 2010 |
Fifty things every believer should do before Heaven.
- May 18, 2010 |
What makes your heart sing? Can you still hear the music of God's purpose? How do you tune in to the music that makes your heart sing? And how do you find it in the first place?
- May 18, 2010 |
The Bible teaches that acts of hospitality or inhospitality reveal the good or evil of a person or a community. How well do Christians display God's own heart in this area?
As the water recedes, I've watched a new spirit of hope and community emerge in Nashville as residents – and Christian artists -- band together to rebuild and reach out.
- May 17, 2010 |
From General Motors to health care. From bank bailouts to national anti-obesity campaigns. Government is becoming more and more involved of every aspect of American life.
Kathleen Parker has advised secular America that the distinctive evangelical belief in the necessity of belief in Christ for salvation has a generational expiration date stamped on it.
We must think through the question of illegal immigration not only as concerned citizens, but also as compassionate Christians.
David Lawson of Precept Ministries knew his marriage was in serious trouble. So, while his wife B.J. was out of town visiting a relative, he visited a church. That Sunday morning, he gave his life to Christ.
A team of researchers believe they have documented the fact that babies do have a very clear sense of right and wrong from very early stages.
Elena Kagan’s willingness to work with a few conservatives has earned her some respect as a pragmatist. But it’s a good bet that she’d become a true leftist when safely seated.
The two students were minding their own business when the vice principal ordered them to remove their American flag bandanas. Why? Because it was Cinco de Mayo.
Self-discovery is a freedom that only leads to frustration in the end. The only way to discover who you really are is to seek a relationship with the God who made you. It's about getting in touch with The Vertical Self.
Jeremy Camp's song, I Still Believe, written after the death of his first wife at the age of 21, holds words Peter could have easily added to his epistle. Life is upside down, but I choose to believe, they say.
Our confidence in our technological abilities is unbounded -- then a minor volcano coughs and brings the modern world to a standstill.
Our leaders in Washington seem to have lost focus on the first duty of government, which is to protect the lives and liberty of its citizens.
The recent controversy about Franklin Graham is a sign of things to come.