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Did you know that basketball was invented more than 100 years ago by a Christian theologian, as an evangelism tool?
If we ask what book was more frequently cited by Americans during the founding era, the answer is: the Book of Deuteronomy.
I love England. I love the history. I love the English accent. And lest there be any doubt, I love the pubs.
Underage binge drinking can cause long-lasting brain damage that could affect their lives as adults, according to a new study.
Substance abuse has trended upward among American teens over the past three years after a decade of declines, according to the results of this year's Partnership Attitude Tracking Study.
After eating our own economic goose, I’m not sure there are any golden eggs left for tomorrow.
Recently I had the opportunity to sit down with Justin Taylor to talk about Tempted and Tried. You can watch the video of our discussion, here.
Take a breath and give thanks. Without Jesus you wouldn’t breathe at all.
In the most difficult year of my life (2009), God revealed to me my own idols and helped me rediscover the emboldening, liberating power of the gospel.
Why are there Bible-believing Christians on opposite sides when it comes to the issue of church and state?
The U.S. teen pregnancy rate in 2009, the latest year for which data are available, hit its lowest since tracking began 70 years ago, according to the Center for Disease Control.
David Epstein, a professor at Columbia University, who is now being prosecuted for having incestuous sex with his daughter, was recently defended on ABC News by his attorney who said...
According to a new study, when teens are with friends they are more susceptible to the potential rewards of a risk than they are when they are alone.
Teenagers who listen to music more than other adolescents do are much more likely to have major depression according to a University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine study.
You can get a free copy of In the Shadow of the Cross.
Americans have a Christian heritage, but the First Amendment protects freedom of religious expression for all.