About one-quarter of Americans report they did not read or listen to a book in the previous year. I suspect that many simply cannot find the
While most churchgoers desire to honor Christ with their lives and even profess to think on biblical truths, a recent study found few actually engage in personal reading and study of the Scriptures.
Mimi Haddad, President of Christians for Biblical Equality, provides a clear understanding of biblical interpretation that begins with the authority of Scripture.
When I drive long distances, I get tired. Several years ago, a coworker suggested books on tape, which not only keep me awake behind the wheel, but help me experience some of my favorite authors.
Eventually, I discovered another benefit:
The "dog days of summer" has taken on a new meaning for children at Texas Baptist Children's Home, thanks to a new partnership with the Austin Dog Alliance.
Former President George W. Bush made no secret his politics were tinged by his religious faith, but in his recently released memoir, Decision Points, he never would have made it to the White House without a fateful—and faith-filled—decision to quit drinking in 1986.
Status in society can influence how people read and interpret the Bible—and often how they will act on it, according to some Christian leaders.