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Do we go to heaven immediately when we die or lie in the ground until Jesus comes back? It bothers me whenever I think of the incestuous way we started out populating the earth from Adam & Eve's offspring. If incest is sin now, why wasn't ...
I have been told there are prayers for God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit, does it matter which part of the Trinity I pray to? Please explain 1 John 5:19 - "We know that we are of God, and the whole world lies under the sway of the wicked ...
Author: Media Perpetuating Lies about Christianity
'Jefferson Lies' Author Negotiating with Glenn Beck
Christian History Writer Under Fire for 'Inaccuracies'
The author of 'The Jefferson Lies,' David Barton discusses the life of Thomas Jefferson and the myths surrounding his legacy.
Senior pastor of Cross Point Church Pete Wilson is here to discuss his new book Empty Promises: The Truth About You, Your Desires, and the Lies You’re Believing.
Zimmerman Lawyers Requests Second Bond Hearing
My 7-year-old niece’s parents are getting divorced. My niece said her mommy has asked her to lie to her daddy about some things that are going on. She said she doesn’t know what to do because you’re not suppose to lie, and the Bible also ...
BlimeyCow founder and on-screen talent Jordan Taylor shares about his life as a homeschooler and his future plans for BC.
Gordon Robertson hosts comedian Michael Jr. on today's 700 Club Interactive.
CBN and Regent staff and faculty gather to pray for the new year and to hear Pat's thoughts on what lies ahead for 2012.
Gordon Robertson hosts comedian Michael Jr., who goes on the road to ask the burning question, 'when is it o.k. lie?'
Sixty seconds is all you need to reach greatness. Pastor and author Eddie Long explains how.
In just one year’s time, Mike Weaver, lead singer of Big Daddy Weave, shed 84 of the 90 pounds he’d set out to lose in 2009!
"I wrestled with a sense of self-worth, because my dad decided drugs would be better than hanging out with his own son."
The prison once known as “The Bloodiest Prison in America” is now giving convicts a second chance -- thanks to a unique rehabilitation program.
A big Democrat win in this November's elections could jumpstart a contentious debate in Congress that has raged since the late 1980s. It's a debate that could let government decide what you can watch and hear on radio and TV…