A piece on The Gospel Coalition's blog titled Why We Should Legalize Murder for Hire has been getting a lot of attention this week.
- October 23, 2013 |
The three-day Strange Fire conference has come under heavy criticism from many spiritual leaders, largely due to MacArthur’s harsh comments on the Charismatic movement.
"The fact he dismissed me as 'wife material' after seeing me 3 times seems absurd. He's not even interested in being my friend?"
These three ways to grieve the Holy Spirit may be surprising because they correspond to the three ways in which the Spirit acts.
"School was much different back then compared to now. We didn’t have school buses and had to walk several miles to school.”
Dr. Roger answers the dozens of emails he has received to explain why President Obama is not the Antichrist.
If you have spent more than five minutes on the Internet or social media, you have most likely encountered a "hater" or two.
Healthy conflict in marriage can strengthen a marital bond. Unhealthy conflict, on the other hand, can hurt a marriage.
Suffers from a few trademark flaws that mar faith-based films, but succeeds in telling a story that will resonate with most audiences.
At a recent conference, MacArthur claimed the success of the Charismatic movement comes from the "kingdom of darkness."
During tragedies, masses flock to God. But when there are no trials, when worries are few, and life seems wonderful we forget that God is our greatest need every moment, every day.
Are you relationships grounded on respect and mutual love of Christ? One girl's story can show us the heartache of compromise.
Sometimes the most amazing business successes run contrary to conventional thinking about business training and experience.
A growing number of religious leaders are taking aim at the rule banning political speech in churches.
“I don’t know why we are so afraid of the homeless,” writes Connie Jakab at Culture Rebel.
Not family-friendly, and not really a Christmas movie. But it tries hard to be a Christian movie without sanitizing real-world problems.
Our culture often blurs the lines between coexisting and agreeing, distorting the definitions of tolerance and acceptance. Truthfully, it tricky wording- but there is a difference.
Had promise, considering del Toro, of being the rare big-budget film to fire on all cylinders, but alas, it's dumb, loud and predictable.