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(MBA, Marymount University) Joe has served as senior editor at the Acton Institute, online editor for First Things, and as an adjunct professor of journalism at Patrick Henry College. He is the co-author with John Coleman of How to Argue Like Jesus: Learning Persuasion from History's Greatest Communicator (Crossway Books).
Here are nine things you should know about the original book and it's author, J.R.R. Tolkien.
Tummy aches are a form of evil, but does that mean they disprove the existence of God?
What evangelicals should know about the Roman Catholic council and the decrees it issued.
How should we judge the current controversy over Christian rap?
Whether we've been in the church for a few days or several decades, we often find there are terms or phrases that everyone but us seems to understand.
In preventing an imaginary violation of the Establishment Clause, a Federal judge has inadvertently created a real infringement.
What you should know about the author and apologist who has been called "The Apostle to the Skeptics."
Can you outline what you really believe about God, creation, and the Bible?
Their mishandling of Scripture is inexcusable, but what makes it unconscionable is they use God's Word to shame and berate veterans with PTSD.
What Christians should know about the Employment Non-Discrimination Act.