What do Christians’ attitudes toward the culture and the Battle of the Little Bighorn have in common?
Some things are better left untried. Like trying to create children with three genetic parents.
Name a root cause of poverty in the developing world. Corruption? Poor education? There’s something else you probably haven't thought of.
Innocent blood is crying from the ground of North Korea. For what’s happening and what you can do, stay tuned.
Pastoring is an incredibly difficult job, especially in the middle of a war zone.
Would Jesus bake cakes for same-sex weddings? It’s a good question, but there's more to this whole issue than just WWJD.
There’s a right way and a wrong way to watch the movie Son of God. I’ll explain both, and tell you a little about the film.
How do you make something that’s unthinkable into something palatable? Well, call it something else! Stay tuned for BreakPoint.
You've heard the narrative: Young evangelicals are abandoning traditional morality. A lot of people want it to be true, but is it?
Another state ban on same-sex “marriage” is struck down by a federal judge. What’s going on, and what are we to make of it?
With the ethical malaise afflicting our country, wouldn't it be great to click on the TV and hear from Chuck Colson? Well, starting tonight, you can.
New findings out of my alma mater, Yale University, would seem to suggest that humans are born with an innate sense of morality. Where have I heard that before?
Great news! Abortion rates have declined. Less great news: the wrong people are taking credit for it.
The Spanish government wants to enact new restrictions on abortion. Why should we care?
One of the most important worldview questions is, ‘Who are we?’ So naturally we need a children’s book to explain it.
To reach Muslims for Christ, you don’t have to be an expert in Islam. But it does help to know your own faith.
What better way to mark Valentine's Day than to hear from our old friend Chuck Colson. No, seriously.
Might the latest scientific breakthrough end the controversy over embryonic stem cells?
The media was quick to trumpet the findings of a new study that suggests conservative Christianity hurts marriages. Not so fast. Stay tuned to BreakPoint.
Increasingly, infertile couples are turning to surrogate pregnancy. And it’s become a big business—with winners and losers.