Church attendance in the West, even among Christians, is falling. According to a recent study, attendance at church services in any given week has declined among Christians by 9 percent since 1991. Now only a minority of Christians (47 percent) can be found at church during a typical week.
In the Bible, scoffers are those who choose to disbelieve God and His Word. They say in their hearts, “There is no God” (Psalm 14:1), and make it their ambition to ridicule those who follow God.
First the funny from the Babylon Bee who, as they often do, nailed it. U.S.—For Pride Month, hundreds of corporations are being applauded for bravely coming out in support of an incredibly popular, socially acceptable, entirely mainstream movement: the LGBTQ+… Read More ›
If you said a prayer some time ago but have never changed, you may be in for a big surprise after you draw your last breath here on Earth. You may mean well and you may be absolutely sincere but you may also be flattering and deceiving yourself to your own peril.
Christianity doesn’t teach that Rachel Held Evans doesn’t deserve to go to Heaven, it teaches that no one deserves to go to Heaven
Christianity does not teach that only Christians deserve to go to heaven. Rather, it teaches that no one deserves to go to heaven..
When people reject the Bible’s historical accounts of Creation, a global flood, and/or the resurection of Christ, for example, Peter says they are willfully ignorant (2 Peter 3:5). It’s not a matter of evidence; they just don’t want to be convinced.
So it can be a mistake to proceed as though the main problem is a lack of knowledge or convincing evidence with non-believers who have a heart problem that has caused them to…
Yesterday at work I had an interesting discussion with a coworker about the movie, Breakthrough. If you haven’t heard, Breakthrough is:based on the inspirational true story of one mother’s unfaltering love in the face of impossible odds. When Joyce Smith’s… Read More ›
It’s almost impossible for me to spend more than a few minutes online these days without becoming discouraged by all the animosity, anger, hatred, and divisiveness. “How did we get this way?” I wonder. An article I read in the… Read More ›