Pastor and author John Piper recently shared notes he took during a 1976 lecture by Clyde Kilby, one of his professors in English literature at Wheaton College.
- December 07, 2012 |
Hundreds of Pakistani Christians rallied in the city of Lahore to pray for a wounded Christian missionary.
With Congress embroiled in debate over the so-called "fiscal cliff," many in the adoption community are concerned that the adoption tax credit set to expire at the end of the year could be forgotten.
Two Muslim politicians who won October municipal elections in Belgium's capital, Brussels, have vowed to implement sharia, or Islamic law, in Belgium.
The Mayan apocalypse -- predicted for December 21 -- is looming large. How are we to think Christianly about this?
A federal court in Indiana has rejected atheists' requests to preside at wedding ceremonies, saying only clergy or public officials are licensed to solemnize marriages.
Is it possible to love your dog or cat too much?
In the United States, Nigerian Christians have decided to come alongside their brethren in Nigeria, fighting back with the creation of the Christian Association of Nigerian Americans (CANAN) -- an organization committed to raising awareness about what its members call "pre-genocide" conditions in their homeland.
Blind Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng, whose dramatic escape from house arrest and flight to New York captured the attention of the world in May, has issued a powerful video calling on the Chinese Communist Party to account for crimes committed against the Chinese people.
If you have found yourself using Facebook and Twitter in the bathroom, you are not alone.
The death toll is continuing to rise from a powerful typhoon that flooded much of the southern Philippines.
A Little Rock church has canceled a matinee performance of "Merry Christmas Charlie Brown" for local school children after critics complained the show was too religious and therefore violated the Establishment Clause of the Constitution.
Ironically, one of the reasons we’re on the verge of this fiscal cliff in the first place is that too many have believed for too long that moral problems can be solved or managed through fiscal policy.
Accusers who say an Algerian Christian insulted Islam provided no evidence to a judge hearing the Christian’s appeal of his original sentence. Karim Siaghi, a convert to Christianity, was sentenced in May 2011 to five years in prison and fined, even though prosecutors had brought no evidence or witnesses before the court.
Despite having to relocate to private property after losing a legal battle, the 60-year-old Santa Monica tradition of displaying a nativity scene during the Christmas season will continue.
A federal judge has issued a temporary injunction against a California law that bans counselors from using reparative therapy with minors who have unwanted same-sex attractions.
Five states have announced that they will add at least 300 hours of learning time to the calendar in some schools starting in 2013.
Given just two weeks to consider a draft constitution that will be put to a national referendum Dec. 15, Egyptians were taking to the streets in large numbers Tuesday to protest the latest development in their country's chaotic political transition.
There's an essay that caught my attention on FoxNews.com this morning, bluntly titled: "Why I Cheated on My Husband."
Authorities in the Maldives held a Bangladeshi Christian in jail for 23 days before deporting him for bringing Christian literature into the South Asian archipelago that claims to be 100 percent Muslim.