DEBATING ABOUT TRUMP with my fellow Christians reminds me of yelling into the Grand Canyon. What I hear is an echo. It caught me off guard this past week, after
I USED TO WRITE for Mark Galli, now the editor in chief of a magazine founded by Billy Graham, Christianity Today. That was back when Mark edited Christian History magazine.
ONE OF MY READERS posted a note asking, “Where is Stephen M. Miller in these troubled times?” Like I could fix it. Actually, most anyone with common sense could fix
PREMIERING TONIGHT at 6 o’clock Central Time: 7-minute trailer for the upcoming book Eyewitness to Crucifixion, releasing in February. This book tells the story of what Romans thought of crucifixions
APOSTLE JOHN LEFT THE HOLY LAND, early church writers reported. He may have left about the time the Jerusalem Jews stoned to death James, the brother of Jesus and when
WITCHES in Roman times visited crucifixion sites to harvest nails and body parts for spells they cast.
I APOLOGIZE. I’ve been away for too long. I’ve been dealing with computer woes. Still am. Status update: I’ll probably have to reset the operating system of my new computer.
IT SEEMS ODD at this time in our history—when corruption, bullying, and lies seem to rule our nation and so many other nations—to suggest we should ignore our conscience. But one
WHEN FOLKS DOWNLOAD the leader’s guides and atlases I create for each book in the Casual English Bible, some have asked if they could get all the maps together in
CHRISTIANS WERE CRAZY about the Bible book of Revelation when I was growing up a few decades ago. They were trying to figure out when in the dickens Jesus was