I keep hearing that if we stand for truth, we risk alienating people from the Gospel. But we don’t need to choose between truth and love. I’ll explain next, on BreakPoint!
Most of us quite naturally seek to avoid suffering at all costs. But it’s a fruitless task—literally and spiritually. I’ll explain next, on BreakPoint.
It’s not just college students headed to the beach for Spring Break. Perpetual adolescent males are too, and the market is in their favor. Stay tuned to BreakPoint.
In all the flap over the movie “Noah,” the question comes up: How do we decide what to watch? Stay tuned to BreakPoint.
When a high-tech CEO was forced to resign because he supported traditional marriage, there was a backlash. But not from the folks you would have expected. Stay tuned to BreakPoint.
Do your college-age kids know that reports of God’s death, to paraphrase Mark Twain, are greatly exaggerated? Stay tuned to BreakPoint.
Pastoring is an incredibly difficult job, especially in the middle of a war zone. Hear about the Vicar of Baghdad, next on BreakPoint.
When secularists can’t come up with a good argument against something that’s obviously wrong, it’s probably time for Christians to help them out. I’ll explain next, on BreakPoint.
The movie “Noah” certainly has struck a nerve among Christians. And I've got some thoughts about that. Stay tuned to BreakPoint.
Is Man the steward of God’s creation? Or is he something more akin to a serial species killer? Well, that depends on your worldview. Stay tuned to BreakPoint.
Archaeological finds that claim to de-bunk the Bible are sure to make headlines. But what about all the other archaeological evidence? Stay tuned to BreakPoint.
It’s being called the “smoking gun” of the Big Bang. But if there was a gun and a bang, who pulled the trigger? Stay tuned to BreakPoint.
Can we learn anything from last week’s drama surrounding World Vision and same-sex marriage? I think so. Stay tuned to BreakPoint.
In a culture that values perpetual adolescence, Christians need to help launch our young people into adulthood. And Chuck Colson has a suggestion for doing that.
Facing an unpleasant circumstance, sometimes we just want to “get it over with.” But that’s no way to approach people at the end of their life. Stay tuned to BreakPoint.