Story Team Weekly: An Identity in Christ Alone

“I looked for my identity in so many different places.”Joseph remembers being called gay for the first time when he was 13—at a church camp. “It was a devastating experience,” he remembers. Then, as before, he channeled his pain into playing the violin, a God-given talent he’d long nurtured, but “I never found my identity in Christ,” he says now. “I looked for my identity in so many different places.”Though raised in a Christian home, Joseph always had a strained relationship with believe … [Read more...]

Reasonable Faith Podcast: Roger Penrose and Cosmology

Famous Cosmologist Roger Penrose is known for the Conformal Cyclic Cosmology model. Dr. Craig defines it and interacts. [display_podcast]Does Dr. Craig get it wrong? I mean, he’s not perfect. There is a video on YouTube that claims he gets it wrong, at least on one issue. So let’s take a look. Welcome to Reasonable Faith with Dr. William Lane Craig. I’m Kevin Harris. Let me play some audio for you from a video produced by Skydivephil. You are probably like me, you don’t fully understand the … [Read more...]

White Horse Inn: From Drama to Doctrine

[display_podcast]On this program the hosts are continuing our new series, taking a look at how the drama gives birth to the doctrines we are to believe. As they unpack these key concepts, they’ll help us to see that every belief system is rooted in some kind of narrative or story that ends up forming a person’s core values, goals, habits, and yes, doctrines.Many Christians today have uncritically accepted the idea that “doctrine is irrelevant,” without even realizing that this very idea i … [Read more...]

5 Minutes in Church History: Augustine’s Handbook for Life

Did you know that Augustine wrote a catechism for a Roman tribune living in Africa? In this episode of 5 Minutes in Church History, Dr. Stephen Nichols discusses Augustine's 420 A.D. book, the Enchiridion.Augustine of Hippo wrote many books, including his Confessions and City of God. One of his somewhat lesser-known works is a book from the year 420 called the Enchiridion. Augustine was around sixty-six years old at the time he wrote it, and he had been a Christian for thirty-five years. The … [Read more...]

First Liberty Briefing: City Ordinance Discriminates Against Houses of Worship

City elders in City of Port Jervis, New York passed an ordinance that banned houses of worship to use land within a designated business district. Learn more about how the Department of Justice intervened atFirstLiberty.org/Briefing.Thank you for joining us for the First Liberty Briefing, an exclusive podcast where host Jeremy Dys—also First Liberty Senior Counsel—provides an insider’s look at the stories, cases, people and laws that have made America the world’s leader in protecting religio … [Read more...]

Breakpoint: Prosperity Prayer at the Inauguration

A well-known preacher of prosperity will be praying at the inauguration. It’s time to expose their so-called “gospel” for what it is. [display_podcast]As you may have heard, several prominent religious leaders have been chosen to lead prayers at the upcoming presidential inauguration. Among them: Franklin Graham, and the Archbishop of New York, Timothy Cardinal Dolan. Graham of course is the son of the great Billy Graham, and Cardinal Dolan, the recipient of the 2013 Wilberforce Award … [Read more...]