How Billy Graham’s son transformed a complicated debate about pluralism into a culture war.
A new study says that many Americans think God has a hand in the outcome of sporting events.
We must go backwards in order to move forwards in our faith.
Everyone wants Muslims to stand against violent extremism. Day in, day out, that’s exactly what they’re doing.
This week, Laura talks cultural appreciation and how atheists can respond to someone praying for them.
They aren’t superheroes, but the fathers of the early Christian church are models that can be followed for centuries.
Some advice on better Bible verses for all your post-game needs.
In baseball, the danger to one’s body is incidental. In football, violence is the point.
Can football fans help save the sport from itself?
Is it possible to enjoy the violent game of football and still be a compassionate Christian?
People in America check ‘Christian’ on religious identification surveys because football is usually not one of the choices.
Part 21 of the OnFaith Forum “Disbelief in the Pulpit.”
Part 18 of the OnFaith Forum “Disbelief in the Pulpit.”
Part 17 of the OnFaith Forum “Disbelief in the Pulpit.”
Part 19 of the OnFaith Forum “Disbelief in the Pulpit.”
The Bible commands that we visit widows and orphans in their affliction. Start here.