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 Craig Blomberg by Kourosh Ziabari
Craig L. Blomberg is the Distinguished Professor of the New Testament, and has been a New Testament scholar since 1986 at the Denver Seminary in Colorado. Denver Seminary where Prof. Blomberg teaches is an evangelical graduate-level institution th
 Tectonic Plates Are the Devil's Propaganda: Robertson is a Prophet by N. L. Wilbur
I was originally going to devote this column space to a long rant about how much I love little goats and how much I loathed Valentine’s Day. But then that monster of an earthquake hit Haiti, and, well, priorities are priorities in the news i
 "Caritas in Veritate" and the Economic Crisis: Message and Messenger by Dr. Emanuel Paparella
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 The Singing Protest-ant Missionary-To-Be by Leah Sellers
Somewhere in the United States of America, in the vast state of Texas there is a Southern White Girl, who was born into a White Collar Household and raised within a White Protest-ant tradition, inside a White Ivory Tower.Fr
 An evil epidemic by Thanos Kalamidas
The truth is that communication and information have radically changed over the last few years, nowadays we learn everything in real time doesn’t matter where it happens and that often makes me wonder if the things happening today and we hea
 An Egg of a Different Color by Leah Sellers
"Here comes Peter Cottontail. Hoppin’ down the bunny trail. Hippity, hoppity......" "Oh my, Peter Rabbit! What a beautiful and very large Cosmological Easter Egg you have laid for All of Us! A Gift of Spring! A Gift of Burgeon
 Jesus Christ, where did we go wrong? by Louie Parsons
Easter is upon us once again, a time for family, chocolate eggs, and celebration.But do we really understand the basis of the celebrations in the Christian sense.This is the time of year when Jesus rose from the de
 Religion and the Secular State: A Revisiting by Dr. Emanuel Paparella
 Then, Again: The Last Supper by Patrick McWade
'Then, Again' is a cartoon series by Patrick McWade. For more Then, Again,
 Then Again: Second-to-Last Supper by Patrick McWade
'Then, Again' is a cartoon series by Patrick McWade.  For mo
  Jesus and His-Story by Jack Wellman
 Finite or Infinite Universe? by Jack Wellman
All that scientists have are theories in explaining the ancient universe. This is seen as a given to the vast majority of scientists, but not all modern secular (“big bang”) theorists have cosmologies that agree. Science is in the busi
 Hindus laud Orthodox Christians for strong stand on environment by Rajan Zed
Hindus have praised Orthodox Christian Church, second largest Christian denomination of the world, for taking a strong stand on environment.Acclaimed Hindu leader Rajan Zed, in a statement in Nevada (USA) today, applauded powe
 Are there "many paths" to God? by Jack Wellman
In recently watching Oprah claim that there are many ways to God and not just one, she is in effect saying that there are many paths that lead to God, and that there is more than one way to salvation. Just have an inwar
 Gaddafi's Jesus by Thanos Kalamidas
What can you do when Libya’s Colonel Muammar al-Gaddafi comes out with comments, such as the one he made at the opening of a giant mosque in Uganda? The man said that the Bible was forged, since it didn't mention the Prophet Muhammad.
 Quo VadisQuo Vadis by Alexander Mikhaylov
Advertising is truly an amazing thing. For instance, only a few days ago I found under my door a leaflet that I mistook at first for a cinema program. Upon closer inspection however, it turned out to be an advertisemen
 Evidence for the Resurrection by Jack Wellman
The great lineage of Jesus Christ is recorded at the beginning of Luke. The names of all these men are historical facts, even the census that Joseph and Mary had to travel to Bethlehem to take was registered in the king's census (Luke 2:1-5).
 North Korean concentration camps: This time we know...North Korean concentration camps: This time we know... by Joseph Gatt
No one knows for sure how many North Koreans are in concentration camps. Some say that there are around 100,000 people, mostly Christians. Witnesses have claimed that N
 Islam and the West by Thanos Kalamidas
Another survey from Gallop has shown that the division between Islam and the West has dramatically increased over the last few years and I have to admit that this time seeing that written has made me more worried. Did you notice that we put togeth
 Jesus: A Historical Fact by Jack Wellman
Jesus Christ is a fact of history. All secular historians who have any merit admit that, regardless of what they believe about Him, Jesus lived! They can not explain Him away. There are countless authors and Historians, thousands of manuscripts, m
 A Christmas Meditation on Kazantzakis' 'Greek Passion' by Dr. Emanuel Paparella
Most people have heard of Nikos Kazantzakis’ Zorba the Greek and the controversial The Last Temptation of Christ made even more famous and controversial by Martin Scorsese’s film. But, to my m
 What does Christmas really mean anyway? by Judy Eichstedt
I have often wondered what the true meaning of Christmas is. I understand that to Christians all over the world it’s meaning is clear. It’s the birth of Christ. The meaning seems very simple and clear; we celebrate December twenty-fift
 History of Christmas Past by Jack Wellman
Christmas is the most widely celebrated holiday among the nations. There are as many different traditions as there are nations that observe it. For example the poinsettias were embraced by America when their Mexican representative, Joel R. Poinset
 Light/Darkness in Two of the Abrahamitic Religions 3/3 by Dr. Emanuel Paparella
Let us now focus on a metaphor which may provide an insight into this clash of civilizations, that of the struggle between light and darkness. This metaphor pervades much of Rumi's poetry
 Light/Darkness in Two of the Abrahamitic Religions 2/3 by Dr. Emanuel Paparella
The flapping of a butterfly's wings in Africa may be historically insignificant but they may trigger a hurricane that arrives in Florida a few weeks later, so our scientists inform us nowadays. Indeed, the macrocosm of the childhood of humanki
 Light/Darkness in Two of the Abrahamitic Religions 1/3 by Dr. Emanuel Paparella
Rivers of ink have been written recently by political scientists, cultural anthropologists and pundits galore on how to resolve the age-old conflict between Christianity and Islam. Most secular
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