Why Christians Need to Talk About Guns

A conversation with the makers of the documentary ‘The Armor of Light.' Read More

This morning, two ISIS-led two suicide bombings killed about 25 people in Baghdad.

A police officer on the ground told Reuters that a suicide car bomb blew up on a commercial street and killed 17 people and wounded more than 50. In addition, a man strapped with explosives blew himself up just north of Baghdad, which killed seven soldiers and wounded more than 20, according to the report.

Some experts seem to think that ISIS is getting desperate as its one-time stronghold on nearby Fallujah is slipping.

According to a report by Reuters, Iraqi forces launched an offensive against Fallujah late in May. They’ve now completely surrounded the city. And yesterday, troops began the process of closing in on the ISIS-controlled area.

While experts are saying that a recovery of Fallujah will most likely take some time, it now appears inevitable—as does the recovery of other ISIS territories.

A couple of weeks ago, we talked to Jeremy Courtney, president of Preemptive Love and who lives in the Middle East, about the impending fall of ISIS. Discuss

Is ISIS on the Ropes?

An interview with Preemptive Love’s Jeremy Courtney Read More

The Nightmare the World is Ignoring

Why is no one talking about the devastating toll of the ongoing civil war in South Sudan? Read More

Christian Persecution in China Is Even Worse Than You Thought

What's behind the communist government's recent crackdown. Read More

Why Are So Many Christians Scared of Nonviolence?

A look at what the Bible and church history teach about violence and safety. Read More