Latest Articles by ERIC METAXAS
Nov 29, 2013
One year ago, China’s People’s Daily newspaper told readers that Kim Jong-un, the leader of neighboring North Korea, had been named the “sexiest man alive.” A 55-photo slide show accompanied copy that read “With his devastatingly handsome, round face, his boyish charm, and his strong, sturdy frame, this Pyongyang-bred heartthrob is every woman's dream come true.”
Nov 26, 2013
One of this year’s biggest blockbuster films may be a great metaphor for what it means to be human—and why God created us for one another.
Nov 19, 2013
Rebuilding the culture of marriage in this country starts with you. And your church. And I’ll tell you exactly how you both can get started.
Nov 1, 2013
Public school students still enjoy a wide range of religious freedom—even in the classroom. We just need to educate the educators about it. I’ll explain, next ...
Oct 22, 2013
Compromise your faith or give up your livelihood. That’s some choice. But that’s where we’re headed, folks. Another BreakPoint commentator John Stonestreet recently had a strong reaction to an outrageous ruling by the New Mexico Supreme Court; a ruling that John said, “eviscerates” religious freedom.
Sep 26, 2013
Well, there’s some good news coming out of the Middle East: American evangelicals have awakened to the plight of their Christian brethren.
Sep 11, 2013
Can you imagine a husband telling his wife the following: “Okay, honey. The lease is up. I’m trading you in.” Well, one lawyer can.
Aug 23, 2013
The latest book claiming to reconstruct “the historical Jesus” isn’t worth your time. Knowing why it isn’t, however, is.
Aug 14, 2013
I guess some people would say “incivility in the defense of civility is no vice.” Well, I beg to disagree.
Jul 25, 2013
Jesus cared passionately about prisoners. Throw in what he said about little ones and millstones, and we’d better care about juvenile offenders.
Three years ago, Michael McIntosh went to visit his son, a juvenile offender at the Walnut Grove Youth Correctional Facility near Jackson,
Mississippi. When he arrived he was told that his son, Mike, wasn't there.
Since Mike hadn't been released from custody, something was very
wrong. It took six weeks and a tip from a prison nurse to find Mike, who was in a hospital in Greenwood several hours from Jackson. It’s as if prison officials were trying to hide Mike.