Forgiveness. It’s what we have been called to practice. It’s simple, yet difficult and transcendent. And it is, perhaps, the one aspect of Christianity that has had the most impact on the shaping of modern history.
Here are eight movies that masterfully explore the human condition while challenging your assumptions and testing your worldview.
So, are you helping your child “gain an edge” by supplying him or her with electronic media from an early age?
Liberalism has had a profound influence on the world for the past few hundred years.
Almost everyone is familiar with “nuns”. You may even be friends with a nun or two. But how about “Nones”?
New item on the list of cool things to do: Young couples acting like they’re married. Stayover relationships. Shacking up. Playing house.
Scot McKnight has some advice for Evangelical progressives still reeling from the sharp blow of the recent elections.
Is there really such a thing as “the Power Elite”? If so, who exactly are they? Do they have an infrastructure? What is their ideology? Where do they get their money?
An astrophysicist who builds “universes” on supercomputers explores the big question of cosmology
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If Barack Obama’s policies saved central banking, working class jobs, the economy, the stock market, the mortgage industry, the auto industry…
Henry Hazlitt just might be the most brilliant economist you’ve never heard of.
Did you know that if you’re an average person living an average life in America right now, you probably have a standard of living that is better than 95 percent of the people who have ever walked on the face of this planet? That’s pretty awesome to think about, isn’t it? Sometimes I wonder, though, ...
Don’t let the “retirement police” sap your motivation to keep socking money away. We’ve all heard it – that mantra that beats out from the gurus and pied pipers of the financial planning and “financial independence” world reminding us of the large sacks of cash that we’re going to need in order to “retire”. ...
I hate lists of “top leadership qualities”. They’re a dime a dozen and they all say basically the same things. Be a delegator. Be organized. Be proactive. Be honest. Be inspiring. Blah, blah, blah. I’m not saying that all those lists out there are bogus because it’s pretty obvious that many great leaders possess a ...