What someone takes into his or her heart is more important than the decorations adorning that person's skin, according to Rev. Kellogg. This being the case, the pastor should explain why he teaches his congregation to "take the mark" by interna
A temple priest, who went to perform exorcism on a woman at the latter's residence five days ago, allegedly raped her after sending away the husband somewhere else.
"I pledge to call 911 if I see someone suspicious in my neighborhood"
In this charming talk, he shares clips from his film "These Birds Walk" and images from his tour of 30 mosques in 30 days -- and reminds us to consider the beautiful complexity within us all.
That the American Church has problems is no surprise. Critics of the Church, many of whom have never actually taken an active part, have hurled pot shots at the Church since its inception
A modern version of Norse paganism has been gaining popularity in recent years as followers see the stories as metaphors for life not worship of the gods
80 years ago, Jael Botsch-Fitterling's parents decided something was very wrong in Germany, the nation they called home. Chancellor Adolf Hitler had just named himself fuhrer, and anti-Semitism was becoming national law.
This reminds us of something important. The protestant reformation was driven by a direct, even naive, reading of the scriptures of Christianity that then confronted a tradition of compromise. This led to fanaticism and disasterous resu
I have found that in thinking about things geopolitically, I can cool my own rage and find, if not meaning, at least explanation for events such as these. As it happens, my new book will be published on Jan. 27. Titled Flashpoints: The Emerging Crisi
As faithful readers of this column know, last year, I launched the Liberty Church Project. For several years, patriot Christians around the country had corresponded with me about their frustration with not being able to find a patriot pastor or liber
1.The Nazoreans 2.Ebionites1.The First Recognized Christians in Antiquity 2.Ebionite Beliefs 3.Adoptionism....
Pope Francis, after a visit to the largest Catholic nation in Asia, says Catholics may have a moral responsibility to limit the number of their children and need not reproduce "like rabbits.''
"The Boy Who Came Back From Heaven" never actually went.
In a new initiative to promote religious pluralism, Duke University will broadcast the Muslim call to prayer every Friday on campus.
"Dear Muslim world: I am one of your estranged sons, who views you from without and from afar--from France, where so many of your children live today.
Violence begets violence as we witness every day on our television screens, so the choice between violence and non-violence, is up to each one of us. However, if we do not teach non-violence in our education systems and in our religious institutions,
Liberal and conservative justices alike expressed misgivings with the Gilbert, Arizona, sign ordinance because it places more restrictions on the churches' temporary signs than those erected by political candidates, real estate agents and others.
Hardline Israelis anger Palestinians by trying to reclaim prayer rights at Jerusalem's most famous holy site.
Newsweek and their doleful writer Kurt Eichenwald seem to be allergic to truth, especially Bible truth.
Gunmen stormed the offices of satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris Wednesday and opened fire, killing at least 12 people. The masked gunmen shouted Islamist slogans and exchanged gunfire with police as they fled,
"The Bible: So Misunderstood, It's a Sin." As Ronald Reagan said, "There you go again," an apt comment on Newsweek's recent hit piece on the Bible as they continue the war on God.
A Review The Testament of James By Vin Suprynowicz 194 pages December 2014, Mountain Media
Part I of the interview and my mini-review of Vin's new book, The Testament of James is here.
Meanwhile, some very worldly accolades have been thrust upon Pope Francis. Forbes just listed him as one of the four most powerful men on Earth. He was on the cover of Time magazine as "Man of the Year" for 2013. When Fortune magazine announced i
Several hundred marchers turned out in Sweden to denounce an arson attack on a mosque that injured 5 people, as the traditionally tolerant country confronts the rising influence of the extreme right. A firebomb was thrown through
You cannot be Christian and support torture.
It will be a miserable Christmas for the overseas victims of US interventions this year. Though "regime change" proponents talk of bringing freedom and democracy to the countries they target...
A man in Ohio is facing legal action if he does not take down his Nativity scene that features zombies instead of traditional biblical characters.
One of the most intriguing questions of the Christmas story to me has always been, why were the religious leaders not in Bethlehem waiting for their King, if they knew where and when He was to be born?