Tag Archives: religion

Are We Really Saved?

My heart is heavy today, because I’ve been considering the matter of salvation. I’ve thought of people I’ve met or conversed with through the years who believe they know God, yet there is little proof of it to see. They … Continue reading

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Two Helpful and Biblical Responses To the Question: Do Christians and Muslims Worship the Same God?

This question has been discussed by many people in the wake of recent suspension of a Wheaton professor. Here are two great biblical responses I’ve found. First, from Rev. Al Mohler and the second, from apologist Dr. James White.

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Persecution Updates: India

My latest news story for Worldmag.com, focuses on Hindu extremism and persecution of Christians in India, and what the latest census shows about religious demographics there.

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Pray for the Persecuted

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Concern in Nepal Over Proposed Constitution

My latest article for WORLD is about Christian groups’ fears that a proposed constitution in Nepal will limit or even ban religious conversion. 

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Religious Tension in Tanzania

My latest article for WORLD looks into tension in Tanzania and how it could impact politics there. 

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Conversion Bill Could Increase Persecution in Burma

The Christian minority in Burma already faces severe persecution, but a new bill (if it becomes law) could make things even worse.

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