C.S. Lewis was once an atheist who thought evil disproved God. He later realized he was stealing from God in order to argue against Him.
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Hilary Alan's perspective on Muslims was dramatically changed by friendship. Here's what Hilary learned when she spent three years working in disaster relief in Southeast Asia.
We in the West must learn to understand the difference between cultural Muslims and radical Islamists. Mark A. Gabriel explains.
The Bible declares in John 14:6 that there is only one plan of salvation for all people, including Jews. So why are some saying there is another plan for Jews? We give you answers.
Why messianic Jews believe in Jesus, but are offended by the term Christian.
Oscar winner Paul Haggis quit the Church of Scientology after 34 years because he was ashamed of becoming part of an organization he now considers a cult. The Church is now calling him "arrogant."
A former Muslim explains the stereotypes surrounding Islamand how to reach its followers.
Christianity is growing rapidly in the worlds largest Hindu nation. You'd be amazed to find how the Holy Spirit is changing lives in India.
As our new congress welcomes its first Buddhist Senator and Hindu representative, the question will once again surface: Do all roads lead to heaven? Get equipped to respond with this brief look at what some world religions teach about Jesus, salvation and heaven.
With more Jews professing faith in Yeshua than ever before, Israels supporters wonder if this isnt the beginning of an end-times prophecy being fulfilled.
Moishe Rosen, founder of Jews for Jesus, looks back on his confrontational career with plenty of satisfactionand few regrets.
Why have the people of Israel survived and thrived for so many centuries? The answer lies in the Bible itself.
Thousands of Christians have died, fled their homes or endured forced circumcision and conversion to Islam as Muslim extremists press their 'holy war' in the Moluccas.
Christian Women who marry Muslim men often tell nightmarish tales of brutality done in the name of religion.