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Taking the Trinitarian Christ out of Christmas
Who is Jesus? Few questions could be more relevant at Christmas. Yet a new Lifeway Research study shows nearly half of Americans believe a Christological ...
Our Favorite Heresies
LifeWay Research and Ligonier Ministries have once again examined the theological awareness, or lack thereof, of American evangelicals. This time, instead ...
Former First Lady Says We Go ‘Somewhere’ When We Die
In an interview for the Howard Stern Show, former First Lady Hillary Clinton was asked about her faith.
“I have a deep faith,” she said before ...
Ship Misguided by Faulty Maps
In the Kingdom of Ice is journalist Hampton Sides' compelling account of the failed nineteenth-century polar expedition of the USS Jeannette, captained ...
Actress Kate Bosworth's View of Heaven
When actress Kate Bosworth, who plays the strong-willed wife of a preacher in the movie 90 Minutes in Heaven, thinks about heaven, she doesn't particularly ...
Apartheid Was Based on Bad Theology
The system of apartheid in South Africa, a sophisticated but oppressive structure of racism that reigned for decades, was based in large part on theological ...
Letter to the Editor Spurs Opiate Addictions
In his book Dreamland, journalist Sam Quinones points to one paragraph of false information that helped pave the way for the surge in addicts to the highly ...
Words That Have Changed Meaning Over Time
Words change meaning over time in ways that might surprise you. Here are just a few examples of words (so, preacher, take your choice) you may not have ...
World War 2 'Cargo Cults'—Faith Without Power
Natives of the islands of the South West Pacific had very little, if any, contact with the modern world and its many technological advances. So during ...
Finding the "Recipe" to Explain the Trinity
Bradley Nassif, a follower of Christ from Lebanese descent, tells the story of his grandmother, who often showed her love by cooking. Nassif writes: