Just as important as studying the bible itself is to effectively employ bible resources. These additional resources can really help students of the bible to thrive in their studies.View More 5 Ways to Teach Students to Study The Bible Resources
You’ve heard of reverse racism, right? That’s when a group of people, a business, or college give special treatment to someone solely on the basis of them being any other skin color but white. I don’t know why it’s called “reverse” racism because it’s really just plain racism.View More What Is Reverse Phariseeism?
A church in Pennsylvania has thrown itself into the nationwide debate on gun laws by announcing they will be hosting a blessing ceremony for couples with an AR-15 assault rifle.View More Church To Hold A Controversial Blessing Ceremony For AR-15s
Billy Graham, the famed evangelist who became known as “America’s Pastor,” has died at the age of 99, The Associated Press reported.View More Billy Graham, ‘America’s Pastor’ And Noted Evangelist, Dead At 99
A California court has ruled that a Christian baker cannot be forced to bake a wedding cake for a lesbian couple because it would violate her First Amendment rights — a decision that runs against a national trend of cases now before the U.S. Supreme Court.View More Court Allows Bakersfield Baker to Refuse to Bake Cake for Lesbian Wedding
A new Harvard study says that Christianity is not in decline in the United States as many have suggested but is actually growing with different churches replacing mainline churches.View More New Harvard study says U.S. Christianity is not shrinking but growing stronger
Egypt, Jordan, Syria and the Palestinian territories are amongst the most dangerous places on earth for Christians, according to a new report. Hard-line Islamic views and state-sanctioned “religio-ethnic cleansing”are the key drivers behind the Christian genocide.View More Report: Middle East Christians on the Eve of Destruction
Non-believers call on God when faced with a crisis – despite insisting they’re not religious.View More A Quarter of Non-Believers Pray When Faced With Crisis
Christian street preachers in Washington state who received prior approval of their public evangelism efforts but were nevertheless charged criminally under the guise of violating a noise ordinance won dismissals with the assistance of a nonprofit First Amendment legal defense group.View More Criminal Charges Against Street Preachers Dismissed
A Christian teacher is suing his secondary school after being suspended for referring to a biologically female pupil as a “girl”.
Joshua Sutcliffe, 27, from Oxford, argues that he was not trained in the new, quickly evolving, gender politics and should not be forced to accept transgender ideology as a Christian.
Many of us have fond memories of December nights curled up on the couch with family and a cup of hot chocolate watching a heart-warming Christmas movie together. Here’s a list you and your family can start now before Christmas day has come and gone.View More The Top Five Christmas Movies for Families
On December 25, Christians around the world will gather to celebrate Jesus’ birth. Joyful carols, special liturgies, brightly wrapped gifts, festive foods—these all characterize the feast today, at least in the northern hemisphere. But just how did the Christmas festival originate? How did December 25 come to be associated with Jesus’ birthday?View More How December 25 Became Christmas
Only 65 percent of respondents said they trusted priests to tell the truth, according to the survey, conducted among 988 adults last month, The Times reports.View More Trust in Clergy Hits All-Time Low: Poll
Scientific tests have offered fascinating new insight into the tomb in Jerusalem’s Church of the Holy Sepulchre venerated as the resting place of Jesus Christ.View More New Evidence: Could this be Christ’s Tomb?
Edward Fudge has passed away after a life as a Christian author and minister.View More Christian Author, Evangelist Edward Fudge Passes Away