It’s a common belief that scientists cannot be religious; the two modes of thinking and explaining the world seem opposed to one another.
Today’s world has more potential for danger and disaster than any period in recent memory.
How can we, as parents, guide our children through a world that they know more about than we do?
Today many traditional beliefs are under attack, especially those found in the Bible. Can the Bible be relied on? Is there any reason to trust the world’s best seller?
What might “Eight Keys to Timeless Parenting” look like if we were to take the advice from today’s popular parenting books and hold it against a source of truly enduring principles?
If you’ve ever connected with others on the Internet, you’ve probably seen what an unfriendly place it can sometimes be. This may be a good moment to reconsider some enduring advice on how we should talk to one other.
The power of the Internet translates to the power of the people, and many of those people spend a part of each day in what has become a virtual courtroom. Is an everyman mob running amok on social media?
A look back over two thousand years of nearly continuous warfare suggests that violent conflict is inevitable in the human sphere.
Why are laurel wreath crowns so often associated with history’s conquering heroes?
The words of Jesus, recorded by three of the Gospel writers, provide the key to understanding the symbolic Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse.