Around 57% of evangelicals believe there is more than one doorway to heaven. How many salvation doors are there? Only one! As the Bible states, “Nor is there salvation in any other, for there is no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved” (Acts 4:12).
God intends for His Word to tear apart our inner thoughts and being, reshaping our lives into the image of Christ. As we learn more from God’s Word, we must reevaluate our thoughts and habits to make sure they conform to God’s standard of perfection.
Many Christian young people evidence post-modern thinking, which redefines truth as being whatever a person wants it to be. The effects are devastating to morals and lifestyle because these young people do not have the absolutes found in God or His Word to influence their living or behavior.
Human reason has replaced God’s Word, and compromise has crept into the church. A reformation is needed again to call the church to take God at His Word.
How should a follower of Christ live, work, and witness in a sin-filled culture that rejects God and His Word?
What are some of the values Christians should draw from the Bible and steadfastly hold to?
Why are two-thirds of America’s youth walking away from the church and faith in Jesus Christ? What can be done to stop this mass exodus?
The message of the gospel—Christ’s death and resurrection for the salvation of mankind—is the message the world desperately needs to hear.
A Pew Research Center report confirms what other research has said for years— across the West, Christianity is on the decline, and secularism is on the rise.
The claim that ending religion might be a bad thing is not a statement you’d expect to hear from the world’s leading atheist, Richard Dawkins.
Evangelicals typically balk at human authorities who ignore God’s Word. Now some Old Testament scholars are effectively denying the clarity of Scripture.
Famed Mexican rapper Fermin IV Cabellero Elizondo is now a pastor who shares the good news about the saving Creator through his music and preaching.
Todd Friel, host of Wretched TV and Radio, interviews Ken Ham on the 25th Anniversary of Answers in Genesis.
John Whitcomb explains the timeless truths that will help us reach the next generation with God’s message of redemption.
Great Britain was once known for sending Christian missionaries all over the world. But the UK, once a light to the world, is now spiritually dark.
Ignorance of the Bible isn’t just a problem in our culture. It’s a problem in the church, and it’s scandalous.
In some ways the religions of the world seem similar. All seem to advocate various ways to reach “god” or some form of greater “truth.”
How can a busy Christian cut through secular bias to learn the biblical view of current events?
When people ask why we believe what we do, many are hesitant to quote the Bible. After all, few people believe the Bible, and many parts are hard to explain.
Another example of design which can be seen in the microbial world is the production of a blood-red pigment made by Serratia marcescens.
When Answers in Genesis announced plans to build a full-size Ark in the Midwest, the media was dumbfounded.
On the anniversary of his death twenty years ago today, it is appropriate to examine Norman Vincent Peale’s legacy and to summarize the influence he has had on the church.
Pope Benedict XVI’s announcement on Monday indicated he will become the first pope in six centuries to resign.
History abounds with unfulfilled predictions from both Christian and non-Christians about the end of the world or the return of Christ.
Right here in America, the Christian worldview is collapsing before our very eyes.
A new survey, released this week by the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life, finds that, although 86% of Americans believe in God or a higher power, they don’t know much about church history or other faiths.
The exodus of youth from the church continues, but one evangelical casts doubt on the stopgap strategy of “wannabe cool” Christianity.
Harvest Bible Chapel builds a scale model of Noah's Ark with Legos!
The relativistic evolutionary thinking of our culture is affecting the worldview, lifestyle, and behavior of our Christian youth.
Mollie Ziegler Hemingway takes a look at stereotype made popular by the media: Christians are irrational, superstitious people, through and through. But does the evidence back that up?
Atheist partisan Richard Dawkins, author of The God Delusion and numerous books on evolution, still considers himself a “cultural Christian” despite rejecting the claims of Christ.
Most of the colleges in the United States that started over 300 years ago were Bible-proclaiming schools originally.
Every once in a while, I am asked, “What’s it like to be adopted?” I was two days old when my parents chose me to be their son. Being adopted is an amazing thing.
Stories like these are the latest in a series of insults to the Christian faith in the UK.
In Tulsa, Oklahoma, Dan Hicks and numerous other citizens complained to the Tulsa Parks Board (who oversee the zoo) that Christianity was discriminated against at the zoo.
Within the past few years, “worldview” has become a mainstream topic for discussion and application inside the evangelical Christian movement in the United States.
Some IMAX movie theaters in the US are apparently choosing not to carry films that promote evolutionary ideas.
Whether we realize it or not, all of us possess a worldview.
It shocks most Christians when they learn that creation organizations are kept at arm’s length by many pastors and ministries.
Perhaps you have already heard some doomsayers predict that a worldwide catastrophe will befall our planet on May 5 when some of the planets will be in alignment.
November 23rd, 1998 is the 402nd anniversary of the Kiristan Holocaust. A time when nearly one million Japanese Christians were massacred and the cause of Christ set back for hundreds of years
Christianity does not hinder the development of science, but helps it.