by Tim Challies

Brian McLaren has denied the literal nature of hell; he has denied the substitutionary atonement of Jesus Christ; he has denied Jesus Christ as the only way to the Father; he has affirmed homosexuality as good and pleasing to God. And he continues to think and to write, meaning that his theological development is not yet complete.

by Tim Challies
April 2, 2014

Peale's most successful by far was The Power of Positive Thinking. This book was written to demonstrate that you do not need to be defeated by anything, that you can have peace of mind, improved health, and a never-ceasing flow of energy. In short, that your life can be fully of joy and satisfaction.

by ABC

This amazing video reveals that Dominique Moceanu has a secret sister, one given up for adoption without Moceanu ever knowing when Dominique was six years old. Her name is Jennifer, and - even without legs - she became a power tumbler, volleyball player, and aerial performer.

by Dr. David R. Reagan

In  April,  Treasury  Secretary  Jacob  J.  Lew,  announced  that Harriet Tubman will replace Andrew Jackson on the face ofthe  new  $20  bill.  At the end of the century, a survey named her as one of the most famous civilians in American history before the Civil War - third only to Betsy Ross and Paul Revere.

by Tottministries
September 2006

So how should we view Mr. Lewis? His ability to cut through the intellectual clouds and offer insightful analysis of human nature and our relationship with God perhaps has no equal. On the other hand, he was no evangelical. His theology is deficient at best in the key areas of Scripture and salvation. He believed in neither sola fide nor sola scriptura, the two battle cries of the Reformation. Those who read him must keep these things in mind, filter his teaching through the grid of Scripture and hold him to the same standards that we are to hold all others.

by Sky News US Team
February 26, 2016

Kiera Larsen pushed two toddlers out of the way of an SUV after it rolled down a driveway in Lakeside, California.

by Rebecca Macatee
July 1, 2015

Sir Nicholas Winton, a British man who helped save hundreds of Jewish children from the Holocaust during World War II, has passed away at the age of 106. Winton, nicknamed the "British Schindler," remained quiet for nearly half a century about his acts of heroism, including his role in organizing trains to rescue 669 children bound for Nazi concentration camps.

by ZAR

Emily HobhouseAlthough she was a British citizen, Emily Hobhouse has become an honorary South African through her selfless and courageous actions, which exposed the inhumanity of concentration camps during the Anglo-Boer war (1899-1902). She was raised in the tiny village of St. Ive near Liskeard in East Cornwall. Her father was rector of the Anglican church for fifty-one years.

By Joel C. Rosenberg
March 18, 2014

Four men pulled off the greatest escapes in all of human history, from a Nazi death camp in southern Poland. They did not simply escape to save their own lives. Nor did they escape merely to tell the world about a terrible crime against humanity that had been – and was being – committed. What set these true heroes apart is that they planned and executed their escapes in the hope of stopping a horrific crime before it was committed – the extermination of the Jews of Hungary.

by Christianity Today
8th August 2008

"So enormous, so dreadful, so irremediable did the [slave] trade's wickedness appear that my own mind was completely made up for abolition. Let the consequences be what they would: I from this time determined that I would never rest until I had effected its abolition."

by Biblical Discernment Ministries

Acknowledging that "Mother" Teresa was a good woman from the human perspective does not answer the question: Was "Mother" Teresa a regenerate Christian in the Biblical sense -- a woman and an organization with which Christians should associate and work?

by David Metzler

Raoul Wallenberg was a Swedish architect, businessman, diplomat and humanitarian. He is widely celebrated for his successful efforts to rescue tens of thousands to about one hundred thousand Jews in Nazi-occupied Hungary during the Holocaust from Hungarian Fascists and the Nazis during the later stages of World War II. [Wikipedia]

by Donald Bloesch

Dietrich Bonhoeffer was the first of the German theologians to speak out clearly against the persecution of the Jews. He was 39 years old when he was taken out of his prison  and hanged as a Nazi traitor in 1945.  As he left his cell he said to his companion, "This is the end -- but for me, the beginning of life."

by www.chcweb.com

As German troops invaded and conquered Belgium, Holland and then France, thousands of refugees fled ahead of the advancing army.  Sousa Mendes began granting visas to all who asked.  Passports were stamped, reasons given for the visas, and he signed them. The consul was disobeying specific orders and in the end it would cost him his career. It is believed that at least 30,000 people received visas, including 10,000 Jews.

by Louis Bülow

The Holocaust - the systematic annihilation of six million Jews - is a history of enduring horror and sorrow. Yet there were acts of courage and human decency during the Holocaust - stories to bear witness to goodness, love and compassion. This is the story of an incredible woman and her amazing gift to mankind.

by Yad Vashem

Oskar Schindler, a Nazi party member, hedonist and gambler, developed an all-consuming desire of rescuing as many of his Jews as he could from the clutches of the Nazi executioners. in his efforts to bring his Jewish workers safely through the war, he was not only prepared to squander all his money but also to put his own life on line.

by www.hosenfeld.de

The Holocaust is a history of enduring horror and sorrow. It seems as though there is no spark of human concern, no act of humanity, to lighten that dark history. Yet there were acts of courage and kindness during the Holocaust - this is the story of Wilm Hosenfeld, a German Wehrmacht officer who believed in helping others, even at the risk of getting himself killed - a man who had the courage to stand against evil.

by Todd Kappelman

Since his death in 1945, and especially in the last ten years, Bonhoeffer's writings have been stirring remarkable interest among Christians, old and young alike. Thus, we are going to examine the merits of reading the works of Dietrich Bonhoeffer. We will do this by examining the man and his particular place in the canon of Christian writers, his background and historical setting, and finally three of his most important and influential works.

by Walid Shoebat

I used to be a terrorist. I carried a bomb and tried to lynch an Israeli at a young age. Terrorism is taught at a very young age. I was 6 years old, going to kindergarten, and the first song that we learned was “Arabs are beloved, and Jews are dogs.” We were commanded to want to throw all the Jews in the sea.