My wife and I entered the spa. The music was mellow, the colors were bright, the attendants spoke in a soft voice. We could see the city’s skyscrapers and confusion […]
I have carried a knot in my throat ever since I read about the gang rape of a paramedics student in India last December. The crime stirred a raging debate […]
Recently, I was at a Christian camp for teenagers, and I noticed something different. It’s perhaps helpful to start with what wasn’t different. Towards the end of the camp, the […]
To continue the discussion of last Monday’s post: Who says the biblical gospels portray things as they really happened? If the Gospels were written from around 30 to 60 years […]
According to the Center for the Study of Global Christianity (CSGC) at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, there are approximately 41,000 Christian denominations and organizations in the world (2011 statistic). That’s 41,000 […]
In my last Wondering Fair article, I discussed how inconvenience sometimes aids credibility, particularly for politicians. Similarly, I suggested that Jesus has credibility because He says a lot of inconvenient […]
Christians have done wrong, stupid, and shameful things.