How old is the earth? The answer to this question can be deeply divisive for many evangelicals. Some groups (like Answers in Genesis) advocate young-earth creationism. Other groups (like Reasons to Believe) support old-earth creationism. Still others (like Biologos) promote evolutionary creationism. Which view is correct? As evangelicals debate this important topic, Ted Cabal has a pointed reminder: Beware friendly… Read More
Most church members spend the majority of their waking hours in the workplace. Yet few pastors or church leaders prepare them for those workplaces. How can pastors and churches change? What are some practical ways for the church to prepare believers for the workplace? Keith Whitfield posed this question to Benjamin Quinn. Watch their discussion above,… Read More
Should women work? Carolyn McCulley addressed this question at Wisdom Forum 2015 by tracing the history of women’s work. Watch the video above. Here are key excerpts: Why we need a historical perspective. “This question that we have and still wrestle with today — ‘Should women work? How should women work?’ — is actually a question… Read More
Why should Christians support economic freedom? Jay Richards of the Catholic University of America addressed this question at the Intersect Wisdom Forum. Stay Connected Get the latest Intersect content — plus a FREE e-book.
108 billion people have walked the earth. This startling reality spurs Heath Thomas to ask, “Do you think anyone after you will remember your name or your work?… What is the measure of a life well lived?” You may think that a life well lived involves having prominence, a lofty job or wealth. But at… Read More