Nearly 7,000 people filled the seats at Radio City Music Hall last Friday and Saturday to worship with international church leaders. read more
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Following a two-day evangelistic crusade in Orlando, Fla., find out what cities the international evangelist is targeting next in his push to save souls in America. read more
A few years ago a Christian friend of mine, who happens to be an ordained clergyman, was participating in a pro-life march in New York City. Several evangelical and Roman Catholic groups were represented, so there were, predictably, vigorous counter-demonstrations. Many of these were led by gays.
My friend said that for many long minutes a counter-demonstrator kept pace with him from a few feet away, screaming hateful obscenities at him. His tirade slowing down for a few seconds, he shouted this strange question at my friend: "Why do you people hate us?"
The question seemed quite unrelated to the pro-life issue, which of course it is. The questioner identified himself as a gay activist. read more
Sharing our faith is at the crux of Christianity, but the biggest roadblock to evangelism is beginning the conversation. Here’s how to get started. read more
The Rev. Franklin Graham recently participated in an ABC News panel discussion on the religious right and mainstream American views. Find out what he said about gay marriage. read more
One of the highlights of my life is the time I put flowers on the grave of a man I had never met. I first heard this man's name—Samuel Zwemer—in the 1980s during a class at Al-Azhar University in Cairo, the oldest and most prestigious Muslim university in the world, sometimes called the "brain of Islam."
My professor taught us that throughout history Christians had attempted to destroy Islam. He reminded us of the bloody battles Christians had waged against the Islamic world during the 200 years of the Crusades. He pointed out the Western colonialism that had been practiced from the late 1700s to the mid-1900s.
"Now Christians have a new strategy to defeat Islam," he added. This strategy was embodied in the name and picture I saw in my textbook: that of Samuel Zwemer. read more