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Easter is On April Fool’s Day But the Resurrection is No Joke

Easter is the celebration of Jesus’ resurrection. But did it really happen? Is the supernatural real? In his new book, The Case for Miracles: A Journalist Investigates Evidence for the Supernatural (Zondervan, 2018), Lee Strobel (@LeeStrobel), with his trademark investigative approach, examines whether New Testament miracles pass for historical facts; if near-death experiences offer a […]

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A Billy Graham Crusade Snapshot

By William Martin Editor’s Note: The following post describes events during one of the gatherings of the 1986 Greater Washington Billy Graham Crusade in Washington, DC. __________________ Then Jesus came to them and said, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing […]

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As Evangelist Billy Graham Turns 99, Zondervan Announces Definitive Biography: ‘A Prophet with Honor’

William Martin granted unprecedented access to document Graham’s life Today marks evangelist Billy Graham’s 99th birthday. Looking forward to his centennial celebration, Zondervan Publishing (@Zondervan) is announcing plans to release A Prophet with Honor: The Billy Graham Story by William Martin, in March 2018. Graham himself requested Martin for the project and granted him unprecedented […]

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Evidence That Demands A Verdict Redux: An Interview with Josh McDowell and Sean McDowell

In the 45 years since its first publication, what new historical documentation, archaeological discoveries, and scholarship evidence would lead to the updating and extensive expansion of this one million-copy Christian apologetic bestseller? Bible Gateway interviewed Josh McDowell (@josh_mcdowell) and his son Dr. Sean McDowell (@Sean_McDowell) about their book, Evidence That Demands a Verdict: Life-Changing Truth […]

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Reflections on Pentecost: The Church is Born

This Sunday is Pentecost Sunday! After the overwhelming excitement of Easter, Pentecost sometimes seems like a minor event. But Pentecost (which actually brings a close to the liturgical season of Easter) is a key moment in the history of the Christian faith. Let’s take a few minutes today to walk through the significance of Pentecost. […]

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Paying Tribute to John Stott

Since John Stott passed away earlier this week, many people have written moving reflections about the famous Christian teacher’s life and influence. Whether you’ve been following Stott’s writing and teaching for years or are just now getting to know about his ministry, you might find these memorial articles and tributes worthwhile.

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Celebrating the Life and Ministry of John Stott

By now, you may have heard the bittersweet news that John Stott passed away earlier today. While we rejoice for a life well-lived, we also grieve at its conclusion. Stott was truly one of the greatest Christians teachers of the 20th century. Read on for Mel Lawrenz’ thoughtful reflection on Stott’s life and ministry.

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