I'd read the forwarded emails; I expected a professor to challenge my faith in God with a piece of chalk...
Now that Noah has hit theaters, Christian leaders are just as divided on the film. Some say it is a feast for the eyes and mind, and others call it an attack on Scripture.
This issue before the Court: can for-profit corporations, citing religious objections, refuse some or potentially all contraceptive services in health plans offered to employees?
"Not only is Christianity fake," said the student, "it's not even original," since other ancient religions feature resurrection stories.
Can that person really be a Christian and continue in sin like that? On second thought, how do I know if I am really saved?
Arlene Pellicane's new book helps women become hopeful, adaptable, positive, purposeful, and yielded in their marriages.
I'm not saying that I have this all together, that I have it made... (Phil. 3:12). The difficult things in life, past, present of future, all pale in comparison to the joy we have found in Jesus Christ.
Drawing a clear line between the ways of God and man, Noah is rife with theological exploration but never gets preachy.
Duck Dynasty's Missy Robertson talks to iBelieve on how she became a Christian and how that decision has helped her be a more generous person.
I believe the main reason we don't forgive those who offend us is because we don't understand what forgiveness really means.
And the Word became flesh, and dwelt among us, and we saw His glory, glory as of the only begotten from the Father, full of grace and truth (John 1:14). If Jesus had wanted to be recognized for his power he would have ridden into Jerusalem as the conquering hero the Jews expected him to be.
No matter how messy your marriage is, it can significantly improve in 10 days if you dedicate yourself to changing the environment.
“Were these people who died worse than others who arrived safely in Beijing on different flights that day?”
As the story of Noah remains near and dear to people of many faith traditions, the film has already unleashed a flood of criticism.
It’s easier to gather with others like ourselves. But Christians who identify in Christ rather than in our commonalities experience the beauty of Christian love that yields racial unity. Catch a glimpse of God’s magnificent vision for diversity in Trillia Newbell’s “United” (Moody Press, 2014). http://www.trillianewbell.com/
Instead, speaking the truth in love, we will in all things grow up into Him who is the Head, that is, Christ (Eph. 4:15). Sometimes it feels like we Christians divide ourselves into two camps.
Nowadays, it has become almost too commonplace for us to un-follow or de-friend people. But what about following Jesus?
Besides dinner, bedtime with children or during church, how often do you and your wife pray together – just the two of you?