Economic Goods and the Problem of Greed

March 19, 2018By ARCCulture

By. Dr. Paul Cleveland – It is sometimes thought that capitalism promotes greed. Indeed, critics of the free market routinely argue that people left to their own devices in the economic arena engage in all sorts of greedy behavior. But is this criticism valid? The proliferation of economic goods may indeed give us the appearance … Read More

What’s Cookin’ in IHOP’s Kitchen?

March 19, 2018By ARCComparative Religions

By Rev. Keith Gibson – “Do you have any information on IHOP? What’s your impression of what’s going on there? My child just got involved in IHOP, should I be concerned?” The questions come in a number of forms but are basically seeking the same information. I receive multiple inquiries at ARC weekly concerning the … Read More

New York Attorney General’s Office Runs Fake Facebook Profile to Spy on Pro-Life Advocates

New York Attorney General’s Office Runs Fake Facebook Profile to Spy on Pro-Life Advocates

March 7, 2018By ARCCulture

Michelle Piccolo Feb 20, 2018 | 1:31PM Albany, New York -In startling courtroom admissions during cross examination by Thomas More Law Center attorney, Tyler Brooks, the New York Attorney General’s star witness admitted she created a fake Facebook page pretending she was a pro-life Christian to develop dossiers and entrap pro-life sidewalk counselors who appeared … Read More

The Qur’an vs The Bible

The Qur’an vs The Bible

February 1, 2018By ARCComparative Religions

By Steven B. Cowan Both Christianity and Islam claim to be revealed religions. That is, we both claim to have been the recipients of infallible, divine revelation which marks out our respective religion as exclusively true. What is more, we both claim that what God revealed to us about himself and his will for us … Read More

Religious Freedom and Discrimination: Why the Debate Continues

June 30, 2017By ARCCulture

By Albert Mohler – This is a first for me—writing a book review while flying over the northern reaches of the Atlantic Ocean. I’m returning to the United States after responsibilities in the United Kingdom, speaking mostly to pastors and other Christian leaders. Everywhere I went, from central London to rural Kent, the same urgent … Read More

Veritas: The Cross and the Crescent

Veritas: The Cross and the Crescent

June 20, 2017By ARCComparative Religions

by Craig Branch – The attack on Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941, has been remembered as “a date that will live in infamy” by Americans for the past 60 years. But September 11, 2001 is another date to add to it. Even though in the recent past, many Americans and Christians have been brutalized and … Read More

Unpacking “The Shack”

Unpacking “The Shack”

April 10, 2017By ARCCulture

By Rev. Clete Hux – What starts as a book often becomes a motion picture. This is certainly the case in pop culture. In a visually oriented age, aided by the fact that “a picture paints a thousand words”, many would rather watch a movie than read a book. Both what is read in a … Read More

Sports and the LGBTQ Movement

October 25, 2016By ARCCulture

By Clete Hux – The thrill of victory and the agony of defeat! This was a well-known quip from an ABC television commercial in the 1970s. It was a time regarded by many to be very unlike today. At that time another adage was heard from fans but especially from coaches. It was this: It’s … Read More

Are There Scientific Errors in the Bible?

Are There Scientific Errors in the Bible?

September 26, 2016By ARCCommon Objections

By Robert B. Stewart – One often hears that the Bible is filled with scientific errors.  Just what are we to make of such a claim?  What does it mean to say that there is a “scientific error” in the Bible?  While one could go mad seeking to define a scientific error (after all, philosophers … Read More

Are There Contradictions in the Bible?

Are There Contradictions in the Bible?

September 26, 2016By ARCCommon Objections

By Jason Dollar and Steven B. Cowan – Many skeptics and unbelievers say the Bible cannot be trusted because it contains errors and contradictions.  We have never personally seen one, but antagonists continue to maintain that they are there.  One online skeptic writes, “When the Bible is examined with dispassion and with objectivity, it soon … Read More

The New Religious Cultural War

July 8, 2016By ARCCulture

By A. Eric Johnston – One of the biggest things in Alabama news today is the suspension of Chief Justice Roy Moore from his position on the Alabama Supreme Court as result of a complaint by the Alabama Judicial Inquiry Commission (“JIC”). It is based on charges by those who disagree with Moore’s position on … Read More

Is Jesus of the Bible in the Qur’an?

December 22, 2015By ARCComparative Religions

This pamphlet is a collaboration to help the Church as well as Muslims understand the Jesus of the Bible and answer the question, “Is the Jesus of the Bible the same Jesus in the Qur’an?” The pamphlet is published by: Declaring His Truth Ministry P.O. Box 871174 Stone Mountain Ga. 30087 Email: declaringhistruth@gmail.com The Pamphlet … Read More