Students say the Bible Is more dangerous than the Communist Manifesto at George Washington University: Even though it has been shown that religion is good for you, Christianity has supported the well-being than any other movement on the planet, and that Christianity has contributed to morality, freedom, democracy, science, and that the West actually owes its values of equality and human dignity to the religion. According to John F. Kennedy, communist allow “no room for … Continue reading Bible Is More Dangerous Than The Communist Manifesto?
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Not many people are known as so-and-so “the Great.” But St. Basil the Great was one of the finest thinkers, writers, and preachers in Christian church history. What did this man believe, and what did he ultimately contribute to historic Christianity? Here’s your crash course on the life and accomplishments of St. Basil the Great—and why he still matters today. Who… Continue reading Christian Thinkers 101: A Crash Course on St. Basil
I have posted several myths concerning Christianity and history here at IsChristianityTrue? such as the myth of the dark ages (which is one of my more popular posts), the flat earth myth, the myth of Galileo going to jail, myths and facts about the Crusades, and the myth that the church hindered the development of science. While these posts counter popular misconceptions, what positive contributions … Continue reading The Triumph of Christianity
Article with Time about believing in America “Regular Christians No Longer Welcome in America.” Mary Eberstadt, author of It’s Dangerous to Believe: Religious Freedom and Its Enemies, pens some poignant words in this article about “the faithful hav[ing to pay] unexpected prices for their beliefs.” Mary Tedeschi Eberstadt is an American essayist, n ovelist, and author of several books of non-fiction. Her writing has appeared in magazines … Continue reading Faith in America: The New Normal?