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?
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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.
Recently Dr. George O. Wood called on the church to put beneath our feet the floor of Scripture as he emphasized the Assemblies of God's doctrine that says speaking in tongues is the initial physical evidence of the Baptism in the Holy Spirit.
When Carman started getting phone calls from people far and wide offering him their prayer support after the cancer diagnosis, he knew it wouldnt take long for the news to spread like wildfire. What would he tell his mother?
Season 12 of American Idol has its share of Christian contestants: Eight of the top 10 are Christians. Find out how they're using their newfound fame to influence the world for Christ.
Michael Brown says it is high time the English-speaking church recovers the long-lost letter of Jacob, which we have wrongly called the letter of James for the past 500 years.
Pastor Saeed Abedini's wife, Naghmeh, says their nightmare exists because he refuses to deny Christ and is standing up for his beliefs. Are we going to stand up with him? Are we going to be a voice for him?
Read the inspiring story of Cassidy Hooper, a young girl born without eyes and no nose. Her outlook on life may make you adjust your own attitude.
The number of flip-flops President Obama has now performed on the issue of marriage would be impressive for an Olympic gymnast. Read about how his views on homosexual marriage have changed, and what it means for the U.S.
President Obama promised to "fundamentally transform America." Few then realized he meant it. More than re-defining marriage, he is abolishing it.
With so many emotions rolling through his soul, Carman thought to himself, Wow, is this how it ends? Read more about the artistic evangelist's first reactions to his terminal cancer diagnosis.
There are numerous theological perspectives that divide the body of Christ. Joseph Mattera dissects 10 of the most influential and shares their pros and cons.
Check out these seven biblical principles for world changers, which Michael Brown says will revolutionize our world.
Though it may seem as though any hope of repealing Obamacare is gone, Matt Barber explains why there is still a chance Chief Justice John Roberts could strike it down.
The Bible miniseries' Sunday premiere on The History Channel was the No. 1 cable television event of the year, with more than 14.8 million viewers.