Every time a faith-based project from Hollywood like The Bible comes out, a group of Christians take issue with the theology, doctrine or portrayals. Phil Cooke explains why he thinks we need to support these projects.
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Forty years after Roe v. Wade, so-called "medical ethicists" now justify killing babies outside the womb, and Planned Parenthood is lending their support. Michael Brown discusses what is happening in our pro-abortion world.
Jesus came to set us free, but it is a freedom that many abuse. Michael Brown discusses how the apostle Paul addressed this issue in the early church, and shares how it still affects the church today.
Matt Barber discusses what marriage means and explains why the rejection of truth provides compelling evidence that the greatest nation on earth is on the fast track to becoming the late, great USA.
In part three of this series, Larry Tomczak outlines three more reasons Christians can not be gay.
New Jersey is in danger of passing a gay conversion therapy ban, thanks to a fake testimony from a gay activist. Read as Michael Brown sets the record straight and explains why the bill is outrageous.
CBS news is reporting that a gay pro-football player will soon "come out of the closet." What will this mean for our society? Charisma's news editor Jennifer LeClaire gives us insight.
There are believers out there who claim that they do not sin, even when they do. As scary as this deception is, the reasoning behind it is even scarier, Michael Brown explains.
In what the RNC is calling its 'autopsy' report from the last election, its chairman has decided that the way for his party to win over voters is to parrot the Left's policies. What's going on in Washington?
All of the Just say no! messages fly out the window when we make laws that say, Well, this particular drug is okay. Ron Luce shares his heart on marijuana's impact on today's youth.
Phil Sheldon, a United States citizen who lives in China, sheds light on the complex issue of the persecution of Christians in China. Find out if it is really as bad as they say it is in the Communist country.
Pope Francis is the first Jesuit pope. But Michael Brown wonders how the Jewish world would react if the next pope turned out to be a Jew. Or how would the Catholic world react?
Rapper Mack Maine just released a new track called Celebrate, in which he details his mom's last-minute decision to carry him to full term while lying on an operating table, waiting for an abortion.
After pop sensation Madonna used her appearance at the 24th annual GLAAD Media Awards last weekend to bully the Boy Scouts for its anti-gay stance, folk singer Michelle Shocked came out with an anti-gay stance uniquely her own. Did both women go too far?
Though Rob Bell is right that, to an extent, affirming same-sex marriage is now the politically in thing to do, what does that have to do with right and wrong? If society has lost its moral bearings, should the church do so as well?
Sunday's episode of The Bible featured the story of Daniel and his three friendsa story of faith and courage. Is God calling you to step into circumstances that require courage and faith? What problem are you called to solve?
Liberty Counsel Action's Matt Barber says you're a modern-day slave master if you call yourself "pro-choice." Find out why he says pro-aborts are losing the abortion war.
Holiness is beautiful, legalism is binding; holiness brings life, legalism brings death. They are as different as night and day, and yet at first glance they can seem similar. How can we distinguish between the two?
Ron Phillips, who says 2013 is the "year of the church," explains why Pope Francis' request for prayer in his first public address as pope shows humility, and expresses what his election could mean for the church.
Author Nathan Harden says Yale's highly publicized "Sex Week" is just one example of the moral crisis affecting American higher education. Find out what's going on behind the scenes at university campuses across America.