By at October 2, 2010 | 10:50 pm | 0 Comment
Who would have thought toilet paper would figure in a book on Christianity? That, and other interesting matters, make this history of a religion particularly interesting.
Powerful story, told well
By at October 2, 2010 | 4:14 am | 0 Comment
LYNCHBURG — More than 300 people packed Liberty University School of Law’s Supreme Courtroom yesterday afternoon for a debate on the merits of Christianity versus humanism. Pastor Doug Wilson, of Christ Church in Moscow, Idaho, debated David Niose, the president of the American Humanist Association, on whether Christianity or humanism …
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Humanist, Christian debate law at Liberty
By at October 2, 2010 | 12:23 am | 0 Comment
More than 300 people packed Liberty University School of Law’s Supreme Courtroom on Friday afternoon for a debate on the merits of Christianity versus humanism.
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Religion, reason face off in LU law school debate
By at October 1, 2010 | 3:22 pm | 0 Comment
*A poll was recently conducted and several atheists and Christians were surveyed. What was discovered was astonishing, yet not too surprising to many. Non-believers typically know more about Christianity more than Christians do. A majority of Protestants, for instance, couldn’t identify Martin Luther as the driving force behind the Protestant Reformation, according to the survey,
Christians Don’t Know Christianity
By at September 29, 2010 | 6:33 pm | 0 Comment
A Pew Forum survey on religious knowledge released Tuesdayshowed that Mormons and atheists know more about Christianity andthe Bible than Protestants and Catholics.
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Atheists, Mormons fare best on religious knowledge survey
By at September 29, 2010 | 8:36 am | 0 Comment
What does the American First Amendment mean in regards to Christianity?
One nation under God?
By at September 28, 2010 | 9:19 pm | 0 Comment
MEDIA ADVISORY, Sept. 28 / Christian Newswire / — Christianity Today International (CTI) is pleased to announce the transition of MomSense magazine in print to MOPS International.
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MomSense Continues in Print as the CTI and MOPS Complete Publishing Agreement
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But does more space mean better ministry? CAROL STREAM, Ill., Sept. 28 / Christian Newswire / — According to a survey conducted by Christianity Today International and Cornerstone Knowledge Network (CKN) earlier this year, four out of the five types of expansion projects churches undertook in recent years were done to enhance the ability to effectively minister to current members rather than …
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Church Expansion Trends Survey Shows Continued Building Despite Economy
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DENVER, Sept. 28 / Christian Newswire / — MomSense magazine continues to reach over 90,000 mothers of preschoolers as MOPS International resumes full responsibility for advertising sales, editorial and publishing following the completion of a five-year agreement with Christianity Today International (CTI). The last issue published and distributed by CTI will be the November/December 2010 issue.
MomSense Magazine Continues in Print as MOPS International and Christianity Today International Complete Publishing …
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VIENNA — Roman Catholic and Orthodox theologians reported promising progress in talks on overcoming their Great Schism of 1054 and bringing the two largest denominations in Christianity back to full communion.
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Catholic, Orthodox Move Toward Unity