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Jesus Is the Only Savior
In his book, Rick Mattson writes:
I’m not the one making the exclusive claim about salvation—Jesus is. He is the one who said, “I am ...
The Neglected Name of God
In his book, Chuck Bentley writes:
There's a name for God that we seldom ever use. I know I don't use it very often. That name is Jealous. Sounds ...
Why Do So Many Egyptian Statues Have Broken Noses?
Here’s the most common question from visitors to Brooklyn Museum's Egyptian art galleries: Why are the statues’ noses broken?
Edward Bleiberg, ...
Hindu Scholar Proclaims the Bible a Unique Interpretation of History
Theologian and missionary to India Leslie Newbigin liked to help Christians see the Bible as one story. He often told the story of a Hindu scholar who ...
Only One Antidote Will Cure Sin
It's difficult for many people to accept that there can be only one way to rescue us from sin and judgement. But a Christian apologist uses the following ...
Four Facts about Christmas in America
1) About nine-in-ten Americans (92%) and nearly all Christians (96%) say they celebrate Christmas.
2) Surprisingly, a big majority (81%) of non-Christians ...
The Religion That Brings People the Greatest Happiness
In a question and answer period after one of his lectures, C.S. Lewis was asked which of the world's religions gives its followers the greatest happiness. ...
How All Cultures Can Domesticate the Gospel
The British theologian Leslie Newbigin told the following story to illustrate how different cultures water down the claims of Jesus:
When I was a young ...
Evangelist Leighton Ford Meets Muhammad Ali
Leighton Ford, evangelist and brother-in-law of Billy Graham, once met the former boxing champion Muhammad Ali at a hotel in Sydney, Australia. Ford listened ...
Buddhist Poet Longs for God's Presence
The following Buddhist poem, in the form of a "waka," was written in the 12th century by Saigyo Hoshi after he visited a Shinto Grand Temple:
Gods here? Who ...