It was a pagan world, outside the borders of the accepted disciplines and understandings of civilization. And into this postmodern milieu, 1500 years before postmodernism was born, came Patrick, the patron saint and national apostle of Ireland (c. 5th century).
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Mary Hunt was cheating on her husband. Her tryst, though, wasn’t with another man – but it had the power to destroy the marriage just the same. The secret Mary hid from her husband was about her financial infidelity – to the tune of $100,000 in credit card debt.
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Or why Jesus would not bake a gay wedding cake.
Spanish Christian Church was destroyed March 12 due to a deadly gas explosion in East Harlem.
A pastor in Connecticut died of a heart attack Sunday after confessing that he had an affair.
Sometimes it seems like the culture is making our job as parents more difficult.
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Are wealthier nations are less likely to believe that morality is inextricably linked to religion?
A campus wide rebellion at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs escalated recently when officials removed a Bible verse from a cadet’s dorm room door.
According to a January 2014 survey of 839 millennials, they spend 18 hours per day consuming media.
Deadly attacks on Christians by Islamic Boko Haram continue in Nigeria, Christianity Today reports.
Islamic terrorists fired at least 70 rockets into Israel on Wednesday. Although 41 struck Israeli territory, including in the city of Sderot, only one slight injury has been reported.
Do you recall the tower of Babel? Well we’re rebuilding it, only this time we are not using bricks and mortar, but silicon chips and genetic engineering.
I spent part of this past weekend recording the audio version of my new book, The Good Dad: Becoming the Father You Were Meant to Be. It's always fun to see a project come to fruition and this latest book is no exception.
Today, organizations like Samaritan’s Purse are working to help individuals and families as the country continues the recovery process in the wake of the genocide which left 800,000 people dead.
Study finds many parents focused on their devices instead of their children.
In every minute of every day, loads of data are being generated. Just how much, you ask?
About 3.7 million people in the South Sudan are facing extreme hunger or starvation because of violence in South Sudan.
A California resort town, already reeling from a legal fight over the placement of memorial crosses at a minor league baseball stadium, is now engaged in another round of bitter acrimony over the display of crosses on public land.