Tag: Christianity

Dancing on the gravestone of Christianity

With the number of non-religious Australians almost doubling over the decade, some say the change is positive. But if less religion is a turn for the better, why are conditions in society getting worse?

What’s wrong with being right?

While William Miller, Martin Luther and Joseph Bates contributed greatly to the understanding of Christian doctrine, none of them was right about everything they believed and taught.

Living Kingdom: Counting the cost

Today’s endless pursuit of success and happiness can cost many areas of our lives that actually sustain us like rest, time with family, health, and the list goes on. . . There is a cost to our culture’s aspiration of “having it all”.

Sharing the gospel in a secular world

As Christians, we have been given the task of sharing the good news with the world so that everyone may experience the gift of God’s grace.

This is not about Donald J Trump

How can Christians show strong support for a leader who has demonstrated such significant and public moral weaknesses?

My Story: Atheist dreams of a lamb

Growing up in a “typical” household in China, Dante Xu had no interest in any type of religion—especially Christianity.

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