Pastor Tullian Tchividjian (pronounced chuh-vi-jin), the grandson of famed evangelist Billy Graham and senior pastor at Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, “believes that evangelical Christianity has been tarnished by its association with the religious right.” Tarnished by whom? Who is making this claim and where are they getting their information to formulate an opinion? […]
President of Evidence America and author Wes Moore talks about “The Maker”, an apologetics novel he has written. “The Maker” tells an exciting story set 300 years in a future where America no longer exists and no one knows about God or Christianity. As the story unfolds and engages the reader, major questions are subtly […]
The eighth question that is “transforming the Christian faith,” according to author Brian McLaren, is the biblically and politically heated question of eschatology. For those not familiar with the term, eschatology refers to the study of “last things,” and specifically, in this case, to the interpretation of what the Bible has to say about these […]
Does the Church need protection from society? Should Catholics, evangelicals, and non-believers join forces to defend moral absolutes? How should Christians engage the world? Gary addresses the Manhattan Declaration and what religious leaders debate is the jurisdiction of The Church and the manner in which Christians should engage positive values in society.
Biblical knowledge is at an all-time low among evangelicals, and even lower among those outside the church. The postmodern idea of literary deconstruction