For those who are familiar with the Christmas narrative from the Gospel of Luke, the inherent strangeness to the story...
Paul Tillich, the noted existentialist theologian, traveled to Asia to hold conferences with various Buddhist thinkers.
“Sometimes words and ideas can get lost in translation, even with those closest to you,” writes Ravi Zacharias.
The wonder of Christmas is not only that God turns his face to look upon a young peasant girl but also upon you and me. Surely, too, this is the greatest gift we can give each other.
Two ways to join Wellspring International to help burn victims in India this season.
The pack includes 10 Bible study books and one leader kit, which offers a significant savings over buying these items separately.
Malcolm Muggeridge is remembered as one of the most notable figures of the twentieth century. The wit and style of the...
Jesus didn’t really start a movement as much as he was the movement. He was God making the first move. He was moving and opening up the meaning of time and history and showing and explaining that God had to move toward us before we could move toward God.
You are the most important part of this outreach. Without your support, we simply cannot keep this pace and this reach. We need you to prayerfully consider what you will do to enable us to meet the need around the world.
Why is the virgin birth often the most problematic miracle to accept? Why is it more troubling than the thought of Jesus walking on water? Or multiplying the loaves?
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