According to Wycliffe, the global authority of Bible translation, the complete scriptures have been rendered in some 518 languages and dialects as of 2012. There's a Bible in every language you can name, plus hundreds that you can't. Speakers of Esperanto have their own version, and Klingons soon ma ... More >>
It was only a matter of time, really before this happened. Put giant B's and G's around the city as part of the official "Big Things Happen Here" marketing campaign, and someone will eventually think "You know what? A penis is shaped kinda like an 'I.'" Then, it's only a matter of finding a penis co ... More >>
Howard Hendricks has never been one of the marquee names of conservative Christianity. He was too naturally reserved for that, more comfortable in the classroom than behind the pulpit, though he delivered his fair share of high-profile sermons. But over more than five decades as a professor at Dalla ... More >>
Somewhere somehow we just got on the wrong track, folks. All these issues like the public schools, crime, unemployment: We're still trying to rearrange the furniture when the house is already on fire. For example, as I said here yesterday, that bright shiny new superintendent of schools we just hir ... More >>
Here's hoping golfers take their eyes off the ball and see southern Dallas' desperation.
Priscilla Shirer, center, in a photo on the Going Beyond Ministries websiteThe New York Times just posted a lengthy oughta-read that will appear in this Sunday's magazine -- a profile of Priscilla Shirer, the Dallas Theological Seminary graduate and DeSoto resident who, with husband Jerry, is the ... More >>
J.K. Rowling's ubiquitous hero wins some friends among Christians
Professor scoffs at Lost Tomb of Jesus documentary
Famine, pestilence, war, death--at Dallas Theological Seminary, the Apocalypse is the horse to bet on
Cowboys fanatic nearing final whistle
Minister G. Craige Lewis has one goal: Get hip-hop out of the church. Forever.
Countering a popular novel lets a Dallas theologian spread The Word
For a South Oak Cliff church considered a model for mixing faith and government, the line between church and state is thin indeeda
Gringo Lingo gripes
The Rev. Harvey Cutting had one last chance to come clean. He chose to lie.
You don't take Rick Finlan and Don Venable seriously? That could be a mistake you live to regret.