The Intriguing “Saffron Cross” by J. Dana Trent

by Laurel Woolcott Dalrymple In my few travels to other lands, Hindu India has always struck me as a place where spirituality is in the air; it is almost palpable, in way that is unique to it, and unusual to the West. Reading Saffron Cross brought this feeling back to me in a powerful way. The book is J. Dana Trent’s [Read More…]

Osteenification and What It Portends

I’m very grateful for this post from Hank Hanegraaff, the Bible Answer Man himself, on a very important topic. * Osteenification and What it Portends By Hank Hanegraaff Virtually every morning I try to catch up on news and sports while running on my treadmill. Often the running (mostly walking) is accompanied by the vigorous [Read More…]

Christmas, Americans and the Virgin Birth

A guest post from Mark Tooley, President of the Institute on Religion and Democracy: A new poll by Pew Research, just in time for Christmas, shows 73 percent of Americans believe in Jesus’ virgin birth by His mother Mary. Even 32 percent of the self-professed religiously unaffiliated said they believe.  White evangelicals were the most [Read More…]

The Good of Believing In God

Atheism might be in vogue, but it — for sure — hasn’t helped history as much as Christianity.  Believing in God is not only among the most reasonable ideas in history; it is among its most helpful. It is all too easy to look around the modern world and conclude that there is no place [Read More…]

What Richard Dawkins May Never Understand

The religious zeal of Richard Dawkins’ atheism. [Read more…]