Authors debunk myths and find hope amid hard things
Tina Ramirez and her group document violence against religious minorities and teach victims about their rights
Only a counterfeit holiness makes a divide between body and spirit
Posthumous album will continue the influence of Paco de Lucía
Michael and Debi Pearl’s method of discipline has many advocates, but critics say it lacks the gospel
A revealing look into the thoughts and attitudes of some on the pro-abortion (not pro-choice) side
The Supreme Court must decide when software programs are eligible for patents
Darwinists create clever model to account for bad survival traits
Bible Study Fellowship joins controversy by adopting the 2011 NIV Bible
What many moms and dads are paying for in higher education
We are not to serve both God and Mammon, but in higher education the pressure is intense
Nothing to see here The fledgling North Korean space agency has felt its way through several problems. Their rockets generally crash. There are no North Korean astronauts. But the agency’s latest public relations mishap is particularly symbolic. On March 31, the North Korean space agency revealed a new logo for its National Aerospace Development Administration which appears to borrow heavily from the NASA logo. Moreover, the English acronym for the North Korean agency, NADA, is
Baghdad may have left the headlines, but the war the United States began for most Iraqis hasn’t ended
Christian colleges and universities feel the pressure to prove that the education they offer is worth the heavy costs
Tragedy at fast-growing festival provokes public soul-searching and questions for other American mega-festivals. Are some becoming victims of their success?
Why are so many Christians so scared of the doctrine of creation?