According to a new Lifeway survey, 48 percent of Americans pray every day and, surprisingly, not all pray for their favorite sports team.
From drilling holes in heads to sperm filled with little men, there's no doubt that medicine today is much better than it's pre-scientific origins.
When we look into the clouds, sometimes what we find is exactly what we were looking for in the first place.
This week's "three" explores episodes of The Infinite Monkey Cage take us into the puzzle that is the human mind, including the illusion of perception, belief in the supernatural and magic, and the persistence of human irrationality.
When a church historian sets out to tell you what God is doing during the Protestant Reformation, he or she stops being an historian.
Ever wonder what a normal day looks like for famous, but long gone authors like Mark Twain or Anne Frank? Now you can know.
When a BuzzFeed map shows your religion controls the country's power-base, then it's time to stop complaining about persecution.
Three 15th-century depictions of the terror of hell show that fear is a powerful motivator and that hell has been a powerful factor in that for a long time.