Festival of Thought is heading to South Africa in mid-April with more than 100 events taking place over one week....
- Bethan Mingle | - April 13, 2018
Martin Luther King was the son of a pastor named Michael King who named his son Michael King, Jr. As....
- Ravi Zacharias | - April 4, 2018
He is risen indeed. Because of that reality we redefine everything. May the joy of Easter be yours in a beautiful and fresh way this year.
- Ravi Zacharias | - April 1, 2018
Just as the sight of Mount Rainier changes our outlook and disposition, I wonder what it would be like to live as if there were a God, alive, who brings hope, forgiveness and peace. An Easter piece by Nathan Betts.
- Nathan Betts | - March 31, 2018
How can a sovereign Lord suffer so much? Was Jesus sovereign in the trials and events preceding the Cross? Was Jesus sovereign while he hung on the Cross? Relive the week of Christ’s crucifixion with Dr. Maher Samuel, as he leads us to gaze upon the glory of the crucified King. This talk was a part of a prayer conference at El Wadi Conference Center in Egypt.
- Maher Samuel | - March 29, 2018
The world’s most eminent physicist Stephen Hawking argued that the laws of physics, not the will of God, provide the....
- John Lennox | - March 20, 2018
One of our scientists on the RZIM team will be writing an article on the accomplishments of Mr. Hawking. I....
- Ravi Zacharias | - March 19, 2018
Os Guinness speaks March 19 and Abdu Murray speaks March 20 at UC Berkeley. Livestream the open forums or join us in person.
- Bethan Mingle | - March 16, 2018
Christ specifically subverts sexism…If you look at Christ himself and what the gospel writers record about Christ, he teaches women directly – women are the major recipients of doctrinal and historical truth and even in his teaching he draws on the kind of life experience of women as well as men.” – Amy Orr-Ewing
- Amy Orr-Ewing | - March 8, 2018
Cameron McAllister writes about a new podcast with co-host Nathan Rittenhouse. Thinking Out Loud is a weekly podcast for Christians who want to welcome difficult conversations. Each week, Nathan and Cameron will discuss these timely issues and draw from their experience as frontline apologists to show how Scripture addresses all of our most pressing cultural concerns.
- Cameron McAllister | - March 8, 2018