The Christian church year marries the Christmas season with looking forward to the end of the world. It’s not just cuddly baby Jesus, but Jesus the eternal judge. And it makes sense.
Even skeptics are wowed by the high-tech museum. Pulitzer Prize winner Philip Kennicott called Museum of the Bible ‘stocked with historic treasures.’
The parable of the prodigal son is ultimately about eternal salvation, not American politics. But it also has something to say about human nature, justice, and mercy.
Proof that Canaanites were not destroyed by Israelites instead confirms Biblical passages.
Americans did not reject the idea that the Bible is literally God’s word. They rejected the notion that every part of it is to be interpreted literally.
Literally no one takes the Bible literally. But otherwise intelligent pollsters and journalists continue to ask the question as a gauge for who takes the Bible seriously—or too seriously.
Liberals have suddenly overcome their aversion to citing Jesus Christ, and even—the horror!—of quoting Leviticus, all to bash us into their preferred refugee and immigration policies.
On refugee policy we must endeavor to determine whether it is biblically sound to apply instructions to individuals to the work of civil government.
Anyone who has even a slight familiarity with the biblical account of Christ’s conception and birth shouldn’t need to ask if Mary knew, because the Bible plainly tells us she did.
Hillary Clinton running mate Tim Kaine already has a tenuous relationship with his faith, and his handling of one of Christ’s parables seems only to solidify that.
If you, too, are looking for an alternative to sitting glued to your television screen watching returns that promise to be depressing no matter which way they go, here are a few possibilities.
All the symptoms suggest the sexual revolution is now in a terminal late-stage progressivism that makes entertaining dissent impossible.
Apparently, being a rabbi doesn’t endow one with enough knowledge of Hebrew to be able to make basic gender distinctions in biblical texts.
You can be gay or vote for Donald Trump or even be pro-choice and still be a Christian.
The new ‘Ghostbusters’ is not just a reboot, because it’s no longer enough to have one film or even a franchise. You have to have a whole darned ‘universe.’
The evils of government threaten all people, but ought to be particularly concerning to Christians.
Filmmakers working with biblical themes are moving away from the stereotypical Caucasian Jesus with blue eyes and towards more historically accurate looks.
Kirsten Powers’ Sunday column on same-sex marriage and religious liberty is a masterpiece of Biblical ignorance.
Turns out there are tons of Bible verses about snow. And they’re full of wisdom about sin, forgiveness, being a good mother and how to shovel snow.
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