All this week I'll be sharing brief and compelling video clips from some of today's most appreciated and respected Christian thinkers. I welcome your reaction and thoughts.
The United States is “bigger, older, more Hispanic and Asian and less wedded to marriage and traditional families than it was in 1990.”
A third of the world lives in nations where restrictions on religion have substantially increased, according to a new report.
More than 2.2 billion people, nearly a third (32%) of the world's total population of 6.9 billion, live in countries where either government restrictions on religion or social hostilities involving religion rose substantially between mid-2006 and mid-2009.
Africa's drought affects more than 10 million people across Kenya, Somalia and Ethiopia.
Riots in London over the weekend have left Christians greatly concerned for the future of their communities.
Christian Solidarity Worldwide has renewed its call for the establishment of a UN Commission of Inquiry into war crimes and crimes against humanity in Burma.
A large number of Christians living in southern Punjab province who lost their homes in last year’s floods remain homeless.
Rumor has it that there is a moral code in professional hockey that guides how players hit each other or when they fight. Supposedly everyone knows it and it is universally seen as “dirty pool” when someone breaks this code. However, whether the code actually exists is a matter of debate. Is there such a code in the Christian blogosphere?
That Facebook is hugely distracting is hardly stop-the-presses kind of news, but parents might be dismayed to learn that the social-media site can hobble learning and make kids less healthy and more depressed.
The nascent iGen - the generation following Millennials - is learning to use technology, being given access by their Gen X and Gen Y mothers.
David Barton said the leading association of pediatricians are warning schools about gay indoctrination. Don't believe it.
Hope Now for Youth teaches former gang members about how to live and work as Christian men.
Martin Luther was once approached by a man who enthusiastically announced that he’d recently become a Christian. Wanting desperately to serve the Lord, he asked Luther, “What should I do now?” As if to say, should he become a minister or perhaps a traveling evangelist. A monk, perhaps.
According to recent studies, almost half of all American college students will abandon their Christian faith during their undergraduate years.
Some think that fiction is wrong because it’s “not true.” Hardly! I read more fiction than I do non-fiction, if you exempt the Bible from consideration, and I consider it, most often, truer than anything in the world.
According to new research, young people are much more likely to be exposed to sexual material through television and music than they are through websites and video games.
Should we be surprised that the Lord chose to do such great things through William Carey when he had such a prayer warrior pleading with the Lord for his work?
A growing number of young American adults are engaging in what's called "stayover relationships."