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Jun 25, 2019

A recent story in New York Magazine asked readers how many bones they would be willing to break in order to attain intimacy—or something to that effect.

They weren’t referring to injuries from fighting with another man over a woman. They were referring to cosmetic surgery.

Nor were they referring to surgery...


Jun 24, 2019

Back on October 22, 1844, tens of thousands of Americans who followed a preacher named William Miller, eagerly awaited the Second Coming of Christ. By “await,” I don’t mean that they had a general hope or belief, as in, “He will come again in glory to judge the living and the dead.”

I mean they expected Jesus...


Jun 24, 2019

Have you planned for your retirement? And I don’t mean just financially. Are you planning for relaxation and golf, or are you planning for ministry, for helping others, for living out your faith in a new phase of life?

In other words, as Bruce Bruinsma discusses with Warren Cole Smith today on the BreakPoint podcast,...


Jun 21, 2019

In this week’s program, John Stonestreet and Warren Cole Smith tell the story you won’t hear about pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong, which have taken on an explicitly Christian tone. This has become not just a political struggle over extradition laws, but a clash of worldviews with Christianity and freedom on one...


Jun 21, 2019

Every Johnny Cash fan remembers that song, “A Boy Named Sue,” about a young man’s quest to find his dead-beat dad and punch his lights out for giving him a girl’s name. Well, in a completely unrelated factoid, “Sue” is also the name of the Chicago Field Museum’s famous Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton, one...