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The increasing anti-Christian attacks in America should be a warning to the church that the chasm is widening between what is Christian and what is not in this nation. If those who are on God’s side stand their ground on His Word without compromise, then they may face persecution in various forms.
My challenge to all of us is this: are we all prepared to be the Christian “heroes” God wants us to be, and stand our ground, regardless of how the culture may mock and attack us.
Scientists’ religious views are not reflective of the public’s. While 83 percent of the public believe in God, only 33 percent of scientists do. Only 17 percent of the public consider themselves atheist, agnostic, or “nothing in particular,” compared to 48 percent of scientists.
Protestant nations are losing their biblical foundation and have more in common with the pagan Athenians of Acts 17 than the Jews of Acts 2. As Christians engage a variety of culture and ethnic groups unfamiliar with Old Testament history, evangelism in these nations is not as straightforward as it once was.
The once-solid Christian foundations of America are swiftly crumbling to the ground as we move away from God’s Word and plant ourselves on man’s word.
Polls show that the twentysomethings sitting next to you in the pews may not embrace your faith. What happened to them?
God’s Word is our guide in all areas of faith and practice, even in politics.
Genesis 1:27 says God made them “male and female.” People can’t wish away this fundamental physical reality—and that’s a good thing.
How can a busy Christian cut through secular bias to learn the biblical view of current events?
Peter warned that a skeptical philosophy would prevail in our day, claiming that “all things continue as they were from the beginning.”
Does our wicked generation have any precedent in biblical history?
Evolutionists are correct in one thing: understanding where people came from is essential to understanding morality and answering the problems in our society.
Many on the secular Left misrepresent the religious beliefs of America’s founders and their intent in framing the US Constitution.
The Bible uses strong language to describe any form of compromise with worldly thinking. And it doesn’t just apply to the ancient Israelites.
Every generation has the same decision to make: Will I serve the God of the Bible or a false god?
Instead of enduring the evolutionary worldview of most nature programs, explore Papua, Indonesia, with four guides who are wild about God and His creation?
The secularization of our culture has created a maze of questions about the best way for Christians to be a shining testimony for Christ.
Some states have been able to protect through legislation the open discussion of controversial scientific topics, but others have been less successful.
Virtual reality has far more value than entertainment and escape. It has practical applications, too.
Pastor who once preached against homosexual behavior no longer to pray at president’s inauguration.
“Domestic terrorism” strikes at conservative advocacy group.
Two revolutions had a significant effect on life in Britain and the wider Western world in the 18th and early 19th centuries.
An extensive new study of scientists reveals some surprising attitudes toward religion among scientists.
A work of science fiction made me question the existence of a loving God.
New York Times has a strong editorial bias against creation.
A recent flurry of polls in the U.K. points to a general lack of knowledge about the creation-evolution controversy.
Is the new game Spore innocent entertainment or evolutionary indoctrination?
A cantankerous Nebraska legislator’s attempt to sue God was stymied this week by a judge who blocked the suit on account of not knowing God’s home address!
AiG makes a quick comment on much in the creation/evolution headlines these days.
Plans for adding a display of the Genesis account of creation at the Tulsa Zoo in Oklahoma, USA were rejected by the Tulsa Park and Recreation Board
Richard Sternberg was cast out of the prestigious Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C. shortly after publishing an article.