Either Jesus was right, or He was wrong. Either He was telling the truth or He was lying. We can’t have it both ways.
Americans may be postponing marriage, and fewer are wedding at all. But what about the people who do get married? They’re staying together longer than they have in years.
Stephen Hawking gives an exclusive interview in The Guardian that has received widespread media attention.
There are many people who believe that God will destroy this present world—all of it—and start over, creating a new world from scratch. But that's a misunderstanding fueled in part by a questionable translation of 2Peter 3... (read more)
Pornography and romance novels aren’t (or at least aren’t always) morally equivalent, but they “work” the same way.
A new study finds that teens who play a lot of video games are likely to sleep less than the eight to nine hours a night recommended for the age group.
Professor Andrew Linzey, director of the Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics, says we shouldn’t use the word “pet” anymore to describe our dogs because the phrase is demeaning to them.
We left last night feeling greatly loved and deeply affirmed before God by our friends in Reno.
Don’t assume the worst about a friend based on just one phone call or one email or one piece of overheard gossip.
- May 17, 2011 |
The typical college graduate earns an estimated $650,000 more than the typical high school graduate over the course of a 40-year work life, according to a new analysis of census and college cost data by the Pew Research Center.
- May 17, 2011 |
On this week’s episode of “The Cross and the Jukebox,” I talk to Adam Dorsey, the writer of the hit song “That’s What I Love About Sunday,” recorded by Craig Morgan. Adam is now a pastor in California, and he has a unique perspective on life both sides of Music Row.
Scientists have devised and perfected a blood test that proposes to predict how long you can expect to live.
The evidence of respect for the Bible and for Christianity is so pervasive in our nation’s history that any denial thereof seems at best to be a sin of omission and sadly ignorant, or at worst a sin of commission and strategically dishonest.
Children in both China and the United States who want to please their parents tend to do better at school, new research finds.
In a couple weeks the best parenting book ever (IMHO) will be available. Elyse Fitzpatrick and her daughter Jessica Thompson co-wrote a gospel-drenched book for parents entitled “Give Them Grace.” If you are a parent (as I am), there is no better book to read than this one.
There is a generational divide within the church today that rivals the generational divide of the 1960’s – but it is of an altogether different sort.
One college has decided to be the first to offer a major in secularism.
Without the essential theological and intellectual foundations, business as mission often ends up being nothing more than business as usual but with Christian platitudes tacked on.