Reincarnation: A Good Idea?

By Marica Montenegro I first started believing in reincarnation when reading a book. But you may be surprised to know that it was a secular book, Twenty Cases of Reincarnation by Ian Stevenson, a professor and psychiatrist at the University of Virginia School of Medicine (d. 2007). Dr. Stevenson stumbled…

Teaching Your Kids to Love God and Science

By Lori Morrow Research shows that an increasing number of our church-raised kids are abandoning the faith once they leave home. One of the culprits is the sticky presumption that faith & science are opposed to one another. If you desire to foster your child’s lifelong faith, here are some…

Got Karma? Misses and Misuses

By Marcia Montenegro   The Hindu word "karma" is used more and more often with a Western twist in meaning. Often people say it to mean "luck" (good or bad) or even as a gleeful expression of revenge. I have seen this word on bumper stickers and heard it said…

Christian Art: Helping to Spread the Gospel, Part I of V

By Rachel Shockey Christian Art: Helping to Spread the Gospel, Part I of V In this article, I will address two questions concerning evangelical art and the impact it can have in helping to spread the gospel message. The first question is this, “Can art that relays Christian truth help lead…

For the Student Who Wants to be a Christian Apologist

By Amy Hall I received an email from a high school student who was interested in becoming a Christian apologist but didn’t know where to start. Below are the links I compiled for him. (A few of my suggestions apply specifically to his age group, but most are not age…

“Fearfully and Wonderfully Made” by Dr. AJ Roberts

By Dr. AJ Roberts, Molecular Biologist Have you ever wondered if human cloning might be a real possibility? And if so, how close might we be to seeing mini-me’s walking about? I think about this periodically. And I have to admit, I’ve met very few people who I think would…
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