A Yogurt Maker Goes Vegan?

Posted on Jul 08, 2019  |    ()
A global maker of dairy-based products spent $10 billion to start offering vegan-friendly foods. Why did they do this? And did you know there is a Bible basis for a “green” diet?

Has a Computer Pinpointed When the World Will End?

Posted on Jul 01, 2019  |    ()
Has an 18th-century equation calculated the end of the world? Some scientists think so, but there just might be a “more sure word” about what is going to happen...

Killing Time?

Posted on Jun 24, 2019  |    ()
Would you like to dwell in endless summer? The people of Sommarøy Island in Norway want to do just that—and eliminate their participation in 24-hour days. Does this appeal to you, and what does it mean to value time properly? God’s Word has some surprising answers.

The Working Witches of Los Angeles

Posted on Jun 17, 2019  |    ()
They may sound like motivational coaches, but the “working witches” of Los Angeles rely on occult practices to “help” their clients. Is this the right way to find out what your future holds?

Pope Decrees Change in Lord’s Prayer—What’s Next?

Posted on Jun 10, 2019  |    ()
World headlines erupted when Pope Francis approved a change to the Italian Catholic liturgy that “rewrote” the Lord’s Prayer. But are more important changes to come?

When an Atheist Is Not an Atheist

Posted on Jun 03, 2019  |    ()
In a recent six-nation survey, a surprising percentage of atheists and agnostics identified themselves as Christians. What does this mean for the gospel in these end-times?

Atlanta Church Hires Psychic as Licensed Minister

Posted on May 28, 2019  |    ()
A church in Atlanta has "licensed" a self-proclaimed psychic medium as a minister. Is this something that God wants for His people?

Face Tattoos Have Become an Increasingly Expensive Regret

Posted on May 20, 2019  |    ()
Nearly a quarter of those with tattoos later end up regretting having them. While it's expensive and often painful to have them removed, many are choosing to do just that. What lessons can we learn from their experiences?

Do Your Politics Determine How You Interpret the Bible?

Posted on May 13, 2019  |    ()
Many of us were taught not to discuss politics and religion in polite company, but is there a connection between how people view the Bible and their politics? One new survey says yes.

Has Harry Potter Replaced the Bible?

Posted on May 06, 2019  |    ()
The twenty-year-old Harry Potter series is replacing the Bible as a source of moral grounding, one scholar claims. But is a fictional series the place where we want our children to find their values?

Was God at Work During Poway Shooting?

Posted on Apr 29, 2019  |    ()
Had the shooter’s weapon not jammed, had not a congregant stepped in front of the gunman, the carnage at a Poway, California, synagogue could have been much worse. Was it all just luck?

Horror in Sri Lanka

Posted on Apr 22, 2019  |    ()
Terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka killed 300 on Easter Sunday with hundreds more injured. As tragic as the attack was, even worse is that the government ignored a warning that might have saved lives.

Why Is Faith Making a Comeback in Venezuela?

Posted on Apr 15, 2019  |    ()
Today, poverty-wracked Venezuelans are crying out for help. Amazingly, amid the disaster, faith is growing. What does it mean—and what will happen when the whole world is in crisis?

Coming Soon: A Godless America?

Posted on Apr 08, 2019  |    ()
As many Americans say they have “no religion” as those who identify as Catholics or Evangelical Christians. What does this mean for the nation?

Will robotic spirituality transform the world of faith?

Posted on Apr 01, 2019  |    ()
Science is now creating robots capable of sharing Bible verses on demand, responding to people describing their concerns. Another expert predicts brain implants will soon revolutionize learning. But do we need more knowledge—or is true wisdom the missing factor?

New York City’s Grave Problem

Posted on Mar 25, 2019  |    ()
There's a dwindling number of available graves sites in New York City, and prices for a final resting place can hit $1 million. But isn't there's something more important to be concerned about?

Tragedy in Christchurch

Posted on Mar 18, 2019  |    ()
The terror-based killing of worshippers at a mosque in New Zealand is a grim sign of today’s troubled world. But a brighter future awaits us.

Bad Feelings: Is Sharing Your Faith Immoral?

Posted on Mar 11, 2019  |    ()
Many Millennial-aged believers equate sharing the good news of Jesus with judging those who aren’t Christians, a new survey reveals. What does the Bible say about preaching the gospel—and does it still matter?

Will 'Social Justice' Kill American Religion?

Posted on Mar 04, 2019  |    ()
The ‘social justice’ movement found in many American congregations today—Christian and Jewish—offers an attractive vision. But is that what families truly need? And if not, could it signal an exodus from the pews?

Do you worship work? If so, it’s probably making you miserable!

Posted on Feb 25, 2019  |    ()
With a decline in traditional faith, more Americans rely on their careers to provide spiritual satisfaction. That doesn’t always work, and it rarely lasts a lifetime. One observer asserts “workism” is making people miserable. God has a better idea—and it’s free!

More Christians back evolution, survey reveals

Posted on Feb 18, 2019  |    ()
More Christians than ever say they believe that humans evolved. But does the Bible offer a convincing reason to embrace the Creation story?

Surprise! A Strong Faith Lessens the Fear of Hell

Posted on Feb 11, 2019  |    ()
We’re sometimes told that Christians do what they do as part of a desperate effort to avoid the flames of hell. But a recent study suggests something different—and the Bible confirms it!

Does your faith really make you happier, healthier?

Posted on Feb 04, 2019  |    ()
A globe-spanning survey offers a mixed answer to the question of whether or not a faith-filled life makes people happier and healthier. Is this the final word?

When young adults leave church, is it forever?

Posted on Jan 28, 2019  |    ()
An alarmingly high number of American Protestant young adults said they’ve stopped attending church after leaving home. Are these losses permanent? How can parents help their kids stay connected to faith?

Can Your Diet Save the Planet?

Posted on Jan 21, 2019  |    ()
The effects of climate change are many and various—and there’s a continuing debate over how much human activity contributes to the problem. At the same time, scientists contend that a worldwide change in diet could save humanity as Earth's population explodes over the next three decades.

Will Smartphones Bring the Antichrist?

Posted on Jan 14, 2019  |    ()
Location-based technology and the harvesting of personal information could trigger control of humans by the Antichrist, says the Russian Orthodox Church’s top cleric. But does the Bible support this claim?

When the government shuts down, who loses?

Posted on Jan 07, 2019  |    ()
Government shutdowns are not uncommon in the United States, as the current impasse in Washington demonstrates. But there is a government that won’t ever shut down and will deliver benefits for all. Where is it?

Seven Scriptures to Help Guide Your New Year

Posted on Dec 31, 2018  |    ()
Americans spend nearly $10 billion a year on self-improvement products. But you may just have the ultimate success resource already. Here are seven Bible keys to ponder as you begin the New Year.

Can you trust 2019 predictions from the “Blind Mystic”?

Posted on Dec 26, 2018  |    ()
Has a blind Bulgarian mystic foretold what will happen to U.S. President Donald Trump, Russian President Vladimir Putin, and Europe’s economy in 2019? Or is there a more sure word available to help you know the future?

Archbishop of Canterbury voices concern over plight of Christians

Posted on Dec 10, 2018  |    ()
The persecution of Christians in many Middle Eastern nations is reaching critical levels. Does the Bible say anything about it?

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