For the past two days on BreakPoint, Eric’s been talking about the global war on Christians. Today, we focus on the Middle East.
You'd think that Christians would be completely safe in the land of Gandhi. Unfortunately, you'd be wrong.
We’re at war. Or at least, war is being waged on our brothers and sisters in Christ across the globe.
I heard an amazing Good Samaritan story the other day. And there’s a reason I think you should hear it, too.
John Stonestreet shares a classic Chuck Colson BreakPoint commentary on Thanksgiving, Squanto, and the Providence of God.
Why would a state ban parents from getting help for their child with an unwanted same-sex attraction? It’s a question of ideology.
Just how low will Hollywood go to advertise an animated kids' Thanksgiving movie?
Black Friday, Cyber Monday -- enough already! Christians are called to prepare for Christmas in an entirely different way.
What better way to wrap up a week remembering C. S. Lewis than to look at the work that best wraps up his view of the world? We’re off to Narnia.
C. S. Lewis was no opponent of science. But he was an opponent of abusing science.
As we mark the 50th anniversary of the death of C. S. Lewis, we'd do well to remember his most prophetic warnings.
All week we’re marking the 50th anniversary of the death of C. S. Lewis. I wonder what Screwtape would have to say about it.
Fifty years ago this Friday, one of the great Christian voices passed away. In fact, without him, I probably wouldn’t be speaking to you today.
Let me warn you, if you pick up Bob Fu’s amazing story of his defiance of the Chinese government and his escape from China, you won’t be putting it down.
I was recently reminded that the strongest witness to our faith in Christ isn't success or happiness. It’s hope—especially in the most painful situations.
How does one with same-sex attraction follow Christ? We’ll talk about it next.
Last week we talked about Dracula and Christianity. Today let’s talk about zombies and the resurrection of the dead.
One of this year’s biggest blockbuster films may be a great metaphor for what it means to be human—and why God created us for one another.
One of the things you learn at Disney World? Worldviews are everywhere, and they have consequences.
We’re all against discrimination, so why should anyone be against the Employment Non-Discrimination Act?