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Jul 17, 2019

Is Christian morality harmful to sexual minorities? That’s the question author, poet, and hip-hop artist Jackie Hill-Perry tackled at the 2019 Wilberforce Weekend. Having left the gay lifestyle through the love of Jesus Christ, Hill-Perry argues that while Christianity of course isn’t harmful to LGBTQs, it does...


Jul 16, 2019

When the Communist party took over mainland China in 1949, there were an estimated 5 million Christians. Three-plus decades of severe persecution under Mao nearly succeeded in eradicating Chinese Christianity.

Nearly. By 1976, less than four decades after Mao’s death, Christians in China numbered between 60-80...


Jul 15, 2019

Mountain Horse Farm offers visitors a “Horse & Cow Experience.” The “experience” consists of spending quality time petting, brushing, and even cuddling the animals. According to the website Healthy Food House, cow cuddling is “the hottest [wellness] trend of the moment.”

And it isn’t cheap: $300 for a...


Jul 15, 2019

Today on the BreakPoint Podcast Colson Fellows director Bill Brown interviews Pastor Chris Brooks about his landmark book, “Urban Apologetics: Why the Gospel Is Good News for the City.”

Pastor Brooks, who is also a member of the Colson Center Board of Directors, discusses a wide range of issues facing the...


Jul 12, 2019

John Stonestreet and Warren Smith start the show by sharing the good news of Joni Eareckson Tada's recovery from cancer--and her unwavering commitment to advocate against euthanasia and assisted suicide. Which led them to discuss the case of Vincent Lambert, a 42-year old French citizen who died this week after a French...