The footnote in my Bible refers to Psalm 7 as a, "Wild passionate song." This makes me wonder if it might have been the Hebrew equivalent to our Country Westerns.
- July 16, 2009 |
Six months into his term, a picture of the President's understanding of science and its "rightful place" is emerging, and it is anything but flattering.
- July 15, 2009 |
Without doubt, we are facing an unprecedented set of challenges to evangelical identity.
- July 13, 2009 |
As you celebrate John Calvin's 500th birthday, recognize that it won't be easy to change the pejorative stereotype that clings to Calvinism, but we can start by admitting that it is accurate far too often.
By condemning Zelaya’s removal from office, Team Obama has come down firmly against the Honduran people and the rule of law.
Next time you’re worried about the economy or an asteroid crashing into your house, remember, when all is said and done, it is good, not evil, that gets the last laugh.
The new NIH guidelines allows that the fertility doctor who derives the embryos can, by law, also wear the coat of embryonic stem cell researcher.
When I get caught up in what I think is worship (do this, do that because I have to), then I lose my joy.
I am concerned at the controversy over the fate of those who become believers after being convicted of a serious crime.
Have you ever read a verse of Scripture that you really wished wasn’t in the Word of God? For me, it was this pesky portion of First Timothy which urged that "requests, prayers, intercession and thanksgiving be made for everyone"...
Pastor Rick Warren encouraged interfaith action during his speech at the Islamic Society of North America's annual convention.
If you are anything like me, you’ve endured the question, "Why aren’t you married yet?" It hurts—whether you ask or someone else does. But in truth, our marital status is not an indicator of our worth or lovability, even though it feels like it is.
Maybe there is a logical explanation after all with no mystery involved. Governor Sarah Palin said the following...
In the church today, there is a growing reluctance to take a definitive stand on any issue. Discernment is frankly not very welcome.
The sight of the fly’s corpse lying on the White House rug was too much for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals—and insects, apparently.
God loves each of His children so deeply and wants them to know Him. His desire for them is to find peace and to come home to Him when He calls...
If you have reached that point of asking, “What’s wrong with me?” then listen! This is far more profound than the questions addressing our looks, size, shape, or accomplishments.
On television, reality mingles imperceptibly with illusion. Truth is irrelevant.