Faith

Faith

COLUMN: Pilate’s innocence caused a faith war

One of the most iconic scenes in the crucifixion narrative is the Roman prefect Pontius Pilate washing his hands at Jesus’ trial before a multitude of people. In Matthew 27:24, Pilate declared innocence in front of Rome and the Jewish mob present at the display. Some Christians may wonder whether […]

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Column: US church membership falls to 47%

On March 29, Gallup reported 47% of United States adults claimed to belong to a church, synagogue or mosque, which is low from 70% in 1999 and 50% in 2018. This decent is the first-time in Gallup’s eight-decade report that Americans’ membership to a house of worship falls below half […]

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Christian prophets within the 21st century

Spiritual gifts are supernatural abilities anointed by God to believers who receive His grace of salvation. Examples include words of wisdom or knowledge, the gifts of healing or miracles, discernment of spirits, speaking or interpretation of tongues and prophecy. Although the theological debate about whether using spiritual gifts continues, these […]

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COLUMN: Ravi Zacharias’ Posthumous Fall from Grace

Editor’s note: On March 10, Ravi Zacharias International Ministries (RZIM) made the announcement that they will no longer do apologetics work. Instead, they will operate as a grant-making charity, and they expect to lay off 60% of their staff, according to Christianity Today. This announcement broke after this article was […]