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The Vanishing Ecclesiology

Today, Christianity tends to be disqualified on the grounds that it argues that an unchanging and universal truth even exists. In other words, a particular faith used to be wrong on the basis of what one perceived to be truth; now a faith is wrong for claiming there is such a thing.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • July 07, 2014 |
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Testifying to the Gospel of God’s Grace

Our family is visiting Mt. Rushmore this 4th of July weekend.

The Three Most Common Regrets of the Dying

It probably won’t surprise you, then, that in the fading hours of people’s lives, regrets often come to mind.

Colorado Teen Charged with Aiding ISIS Terror Group

FBI officials confirmed Wednesday an Arvada, Colorado teen has been charged with aiding an ISIS terror group.

Christian Rappers Sue Katy Perry for Stealing 'Dark Horse'

Katy Perry’s hit “Dark Horse” is ripped off from a Christian rap song; at least that is what a group of Christians rappers are claiming in a lawsuit against the pop star.

Star Goalkeeper Tim Howard Says Christ is 'Most Important Thing' in His Life

Star goalkeeper is not just a world-renown soccer player; he is also a faithful Christian.

Vatican’s UN Envoy Says Bishop’s Defrocking Shows Church Takes Abuse Seriously

The defrocking of a former Vatican ambassador is a “sign of the seriousness” with which Pope Francis and the Vatican are approaching the clergy sexual abuse scandal.

Italian Archbishop Calls for 10-year Ban on Godparents to Stop Mafia Infiltration

An archbishop in southern Italy has proposed a 10-year ban on naming godparents at baptisms and confirmations as a way to stop the Mafia from spreading its influence.

Perry Noble Reveals Past Struggle with Pornography

Perry Noble, the popular pastor of NewSpring Church in South Carolina, has spoken out about his struggle with pornography and how he overcame it.

Georgia's New 'Guns Everywhere' Law Allows Guns in Church with Pastor's Okay

To wear your six-shooter to church in Georgia, now all you need is the preacher’s OK. The state’s unique “guns everywhere” law also applies to bars and bartenders.

Mark Driscoll's Publisher Refutes Claims of Severing Ties with Megachurch Pastor

Mark Driscoll's publisher Tyndale House has made a public announcement that it will not cutting ties with the megachurch pastor. Rumors that the publishing company wanted to part ways were simply untrue.

Nigerian Authorities Arrest 'Key Figure' in Schoolgirl Abduction

Babuji Ya’ari, a Boko Haram member known to be heavily involved with the kidnapping of over 200 schoolgirls in April is now in custody, along with two females who work for the terrorist group.

A Date that Changed our World

An essay in the New York Times, prompted by the July celebration of Independence Day, put forward the ten days that really changed American history. The point was that nothing much actually happened on Thursday, July 4, 1776.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • July 03, 2014 |
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Is Your Smartphone Making You into an Android?

But I wonder if technology has mostly become a cheap substitute for good old conversation? Not only with our fellow man, but with our Heavenly Father.

Covenant Life Church Sex Abuse Case Dismissed

The Court of Special Appeals of Maryland has dismissed a case that alleged that leaders of Sovereign Grace Ministries attempted to cover up a sex abuse scandal at the Bethesda Covenant Life Church.

Ridley Scott's 'Exodus' Promises to Wow Moviegoers this December

In a recently released photo, Christian Bale sports a dark beard and tough exterior as Moses in Ridley Scott’s Exodus: Gods and Kings.

Ben Carson: Abortion Equal to Human Sacrifice

Famed neurosurgeon turned conservative commentator Dr. Ben Carson has spoken out against abortion, comparing the act to human sacrifice.

Afghanistan: Suicide Bomber Kills Eight

A suicide bomber in Afghanistan is responsible for the deaths of eight military personnel; 13 additional soldiers were wounded in the attack.

Meriam Ibrahim Speaks for First Time on Giving Birth in Prison, What's Next

Meriam Ibrahim has broken her silence for the first time since she has been imprisoned. The Sudanese Christian is now free, but controversy continues to surround Ibrahim and her family.

Meriam Ibrahim Speaks for First Time on Giving Birth in Prison, What's Next

Meriam Ibrahim has broken her silence for the first time since she has been imprisoned. The Sudanese Christian is now free, but controversy continues to surround Ibrahim and her family.

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