Many claim that prophecies in the Old Testament of the Bible point towards Jesus' role as saviour. Is this true?
In the post-truth era, even things once thought reliable—like statistics or data—can be manipulated. So how can we tell if we're being duped?
Everybody tells little white lies on occasion. . . but have you ever stopped to consider why lying is so commonplace?
Jesus’ principles can still shape a sincere discourse even though many centuries have passed since the moment they were displayed in His life.
Flaviu Tereșneu proposes to us, in a surprising but useful way, that we should better understand suffering, patience, and love by following the quintessence of some of Jesus’ teachings.
On what would have been infamous cult leader Jim Jones’ 90th birthday, we critically assess whether modern-day Christian groups are using cult tactics.
Throughout the stages of our lives, friendships will come and go. But what do sociologists say is the time most conducive to building lasting relationships
The recent death of television presenter Kylie Jay has highlighted once more that even celebrities are not immune from hidden health struggles. So why is it something we find so difficult to discuss?
A recent Four Corners report has put video games in the news once again—framing them as highly addictive and predatory. But is this really the case?
For many people like Kylie Banks, abstaining from gluten isn’t about alternative eating “lifestyle” or “culture”. In the case of someone with an intolerance or allergy, eating gluten can have severe consequences.
The Covid-19 vaccine is continuing to generate headlines. Some say it’s dangerous, other’s say it’s necessary. What’s the truth?
Suicide among doctors is at epidemic proportions. What is going wrong and what can a medical professional do to pull them- selves back from the brink?
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