Are we in a post-truth culture? Abdu Murray sits down with the One Minute Apologist to answer this question. Read more on this subject in Abdu's latest book Saving Truth: Finding...
Amy Orr-Ewing is the Training Director of the Zacharias Trust in the United Kingdom. She is completing a book addressing the top ten questions about the Bible that she receives from non-Christians at universities and various speaking...
I’m finishing the last mile of my treadmill run sprinting to a Deniece Williams’ Gospel tune and mindlessly watching the local news. The broadcast suddenly cuts to a live shot of a church fire. Within moments I stop. I witness the...
In the final cut of The Moody Blues’ new release, Strange Times, they sing:
We, each of us are fineFor we have all heard the word,
But grouped togetherBabel’s triumph stampedes,
The thoughtless herd,
In their first...
In April 1981 Daniel Yankelovich, a social analyst, wrote a very insightful article in Psychology Today. His principal thrust was to analyze how Americans were thinking about life and where we were headed should such ideas go uncriticized.
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