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  • by Darris McNeely
A recent book puts forth an intriguing idea that the ancient gods of the pagan world have returned to haunt our modern societies. Have the pagan deities returned? Or could it be something else, something most do not understand?
  • by Tom Robinson
Crossdressing existed in ancient pagan worship—prominent being that of the Babylonian Ishtar, goddess of love, war, fertility and sex, called Inanna in Sumerian. The Israelites in their apostasies worshipped this goddess under the name Ashtoreth and by the title “Queen of Heaven.”
  • by United Church of God
What exactly constitutes idolatry, and how does God's command against idolatry apply to Christians today?
  • by Lorelei Nettles
We often take for granted the superstitions, belief systems, and idols we have in this day and age, thinking these types of things are of the past. But they are very much alive and kicking in today's world.
  • by John LaBissoniere
Ancient deities might have faded into obscurity, but modern society is more rife with idolatry than you think.
  • by Darris McNeely

Pope Francis recently visited Fatima, Portugal, the location of the most...

  • by Gary Petty

Are saints a special class of holy people in heaven who can intercede with...

  • by Allen Stout
This is a time many enjoy being home together as a family. But why is it celebrated as the birthday of Jesus Christ?