The acclaimed dramatic tenor speaks about getting into opera, his faith, and P.O.D.
R.C. Sproul’s Testimony
The theologian talks about how he met Jesus and why playing the violin is like reading the Bible
The author of The Barnabas Way says Christians need to kiss more frogs and reconsider their prayers for blessings
The 2002 Templeton Prize winner sees the Bible as the laboratory notebook of the Holy Spirit.
"The physician author of Awakenings talks about his Orthodox Jewish upbringing, order in the universe, and testing God"
The author of Jesus Loves Me: Celebrating the Profound Truths of a Simple Hymn talks about childlike faith
The Weekly Standard senior editor talks about the spiritual life of Bobos
The political commentator talks about being saved from alcoholism, and trying to save his wife from the ravages of Parkinson's
The fiction writer says she starts each book with a question that she doesn't know the answer to. God provides the ending
Stephen L. Carter
The Yale University law professor and author of The Emperor of Ocean Park talks about the lack of religious characters in modern fiction
Why We Are Drawn to The Matrix
Chris Seay, coauthor of The Gospel Reloaded, says the first movie was about finding belief and the second looks at walking that path