Posts Tagged “italy”
The Great Commission offers perspective on our foolish and inexcusable tendency to mistreat fellow blood-bought believers in Christ.
While the antichristian bias of government and media is a formidable challenge to U.S. Catholic Bishops, the more immediate predicament may actually be the lukewarm theology of men and women who identify themselves as Catholic.
[WATCH THIS VIDEO ON YOUTUBE.] Pope Benedict XVI is meeting victims of twin earthquakes that killed 24 people in Italy’s Emilia Romagna region.
A deadly Tropical Depression Beryl brought rains to South Carolina Wednesday as it veered back toward the Atlantic ocean.
Facebook’s highly anticipated stock has fallen below $30 for the first time since its public debut on May 18.
Duane Litfin argues that even when we are at our best, the gospel is powerful in spite of us—not because of us.
We may have too many books that have gospel in the title, but we don’t have enough books that have gospel at the center.
It will be an awful thing to preach to others and then become a castaway yourself.