Critics sometimes deride religious faith as a crutch for the weak. They may have a point, but there’s more to the story.
More Aussies than ever say they’re not religious, but the evidence doesn’t show they’re hardcore atheists either, says Bruce Manners.
Clifford Goldstein points out that, according to the Bible, a false religion will one day be accepted by nearly all human beings around the world.
Some spiritual experiences come from God. Others don’t. How do we tell the difference?
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Out of 9/11 a new ideology arose which declared intellectual war on all theistic faith and assumptions.
An analysis of the news that we consume - or that consumes us.
What's the fastest growing religious status group means for the world
The implications of the Arab uprisings have more relevance to Christianity than you may think. Geoff Youlden tells us why.
According to Seth Pierce, martial arts training is in some ways similar to attending church.
Ed Dickerson responds to a question that is being asked more and more frequently these days: Does the piece of paper matter?
Christians have been anticipating Christ's return for 2000 years. How much longer will we have to wait? Scott Cady reflects on the answer to that question.