More than 78,000 people travel to the Nevada desert each year to party and erect large statues—eventually setting them on fire. What inspires this bizarre practice?
ABBA, weight loss and meaning—and discovering the truth about idols.
It’s the most recognisable symbol on earth and yet one early Christian leader admitted that following the crucified Jesus makes no sense—except for what happened next.
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.
In You Are What You Love, James K A Smith reminds us that spirituality concerns what we value most, and we show what we value even when we are not thinking about it by how we spend our lives.
Are we at risk of turning Christianity into just another consumer product?
One whole day a week to disconnect from the busyness of your life? David Edgar shows you how to obtain its full benefits.
Harold Harker tells the story of a museum in Amsterdam that graphically portrays the tension between Catholics and Protestants in the Reformation era.
For centuries cultures have created gods to meet their own needs. Loron Wade explores the nature of the one true God and explains the danger of false gods.
I once visited a beautifully ornate temple in northern India. People were filing past the lingam, paying homage with gifts of money and flowers.
Worship is an attitude of the heart. In other words, what we love, we worship. Loron Wade points us to the only God who deserves our love and worship.
Here are really only two views as to where life came from: either evolution or creation.