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John Blok of Moody Radio Florida and I discuss my BreakPoint column, “A Tale of Two Playboys: The Divergent Paths of Hugh Hefner and Augustine of Hippo.”
By Eric Metaxas and Stan Guthrie The KGB finally got what it wanted—the separation of church and Bible in the West—with disastrous results.
By Eric Metaxas and Stan Guthrie We’re all familiar with Jesus’ parable of the lost sheep, in which a man leaves his 99 sheep to find the one that is missing. But a lot of pastors today, in their understandable … Continue reading
By Stan Guthrie This is a tale of two playboys, their lives separated by about 1,500 years: Hugh Hefner and Augustine of Hippo. It is also a tale of two philosophers, and how their philosophies changed their lives, for better … Continue reading
By John Stonestreet and Stan Guthrie What book is most needed in our public schools, but least likely to be there? I bet you can take a guess.
By Eric Metaxas and Stan Guthrie You’re probably familiar with the story in the Gospels where the Lord invites a young man to sell all he has and follow Him. The young man, however, walks away from Jesus and the … Continue reading
Here’s my latest interview with John Blok of Moody Radio Florida, as we discussed “The Invisible Christians of North Korea.”
By Eric Metaxas and Stan Guthrie During the summer, I told you about the finalists for WORLD Magazine’s Hope Awards for Effective Compassion—Christian organizations that make a positive difference in their communities without receiving government funds. We now have a … Continue reading
An email I just sent to Dennis Prager, a radio talk show host and a very thoughtful Jew: Dennis, I was able to listen with interest to part of today’s Ultimate Issues Hour. Thank you for your lucidity and honesty! … Continue reading
By Stan Guthrie Responding to Islamist terror attacks in Paris, San Bernardino, and Brussels, many observers continue to believe that the religion of Muhammad needs a reformation. Nabeel Qureshi has bad news for them. Nabeel Quereshi, on track to be … Continue reading