Put two old things together and you’ll get a new thing.
The year is 1970. I’m an eight-year-old sitting on the couch, watching Billy Graham. It’s only a momentary curiosity before returning to toy planes and
I finally broke down and visited the newest, biggest, slickest Giant Eagle of them all–so big that they have to call it a “Market District’
Dave Gibson, Religion editor for Politics Daily, reported the other day that conservative Christians might shift from combating gay marriage to fighting a foe that is more common—divorce among Christian
So this is where it all goes, after a forty-year career in a highly theoretical field, after being confined to a wheelchair with ALS for most of
The question keeps emerging on how Christians ought to engage Islam. Within American churches, there’s a cauldron of emotion that has churned together freedom of speech, remembrance of 9/11, freedom of religion, righteous