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What are we saying when we gather to worship on Easter Sunday? We are actually saying something radical: that an itinerant rabbi who lived 2,000 years ago in a backwater town in the Middle East is actually God. But we’re saying... Continue...

Last July I boarded a bus and drove down to Austin for a pro-life rally on the steps of the Texas State Capitol. We arrived more than an hour before the scheduled start time of the rally, so I had... Continue...

Here's a "link":http://www.billbennett.com/wp-content/uploads/Bennett_RussellMoore.mp3 to Dr. Russell Moore's interview with Bill Bennett's "Morning in America" April 10 on the Mozilla controversy surrounding same-sex marriage. Continue...

There was a rather large controversy in the Evangelical world recently when the humanitarian-aid group World Vision decided that it would recognize same-sex marriages. There was a huge outcry from traditionalist Christians and, as a result, World Vision reversed its decision within... Continue...

“Y’all” is one of the finest words in the English language. It is an inclusive and precise term.Y’all is a second-person plural, meaning it is a plural version of “you.” So, for example, somebody would say: “You want to go... Continue...

Andrew T. Walker, ERLC, and Travis Wussow, ERLC, explain the significance of the Town of Greece v. Galloway case and how the ruling will affect religious liberty. Continue...

Well, once again, a lawyer has told me to clean out my desk and vacate the premises, this time in The Atlantic. In truth, he was talking about natural law, not me, Christianity. But whenever someone says, “A government that tries... Continue...

Russell Moore, ERLC, welcomes back Danny Akin, SEBTS, and Jonathan Akin, Fairview Church, as the group stresses the importance of building a family on Christ's principles. (Part 2 of 2) Continue...

Danny Akin, SEBTS, and his son Jonathan Akin, Fairview Church, share their lessons learned from parenting (Part 1 of 2). Continue...

Many young people are leaving Evangelical churches. Statistics vary, but there is general consensus that large numbers of post-high school age Evangelical youth shed the faith of their fathers and mothers upon beginning their college years. The reasons given are... Continue...