During this time of year especially—whether we take it lightly, or take it with great caution—the unfruitful works of darkness come out in full force to pull the wool over the eyes of all who do not believe in the Lord.
Using a combination of the biblical text and an ancient Egyptian text, researchers have pinpointed the date of what could be the oldest solar eclipse yet recorded.
Prior to his season-ending injury, Jeremy Lin was in the news for getting dreadlocks. The Nets point guard even wrote an op-ed about his decision and its relation to cultural appropriation.
Over 146 years ago, on October 24, 17 Chinese men and boys were tortured and hanged in public in Chinatown in Los Angeles, California, in an event called the Chinese Massacre of 1871.
Carlos Whittaker, author and worship leader, tells how he turned to the Holy Spirit to defeat the spiders in his life and encourages Christians to do the same in his new book, "Kill the Spider."
A new White hate group based in Southern California has been inciting racist violence and has gone nearly unpunished.
White nationalists want confrontation, says former white nationalist R. Derek Black, but overwhelming counter-protests, such as the one seen on Boston Common on Aug. 19, can serve to weaken the movement.
Ron Pruesson considers his own frustrations of nine months of the Trump presidency and speculates about what to do with them.
Currently, Christian fiction limits its boundaries to the traditional tropes: historical, romance, speculative and Amish. Long overdue are the contributions of a well of writers who are overlooked under the Christian fiction umbrella.
If we take seriously Jesus’ directive to go make disciples of all nations, then we should also take seriously his directive to welcome the stranger, the sick, the sojourner and the refugee.