Dr. James Emery White

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Dr. James Emery White

Life on Other Planets

Breaking news arrived of the discovery of seven Earth-like planets orbiting a star, each of which are capable of hosting water (and therefore life), a mere 40 light-years away. This isn’t our first burst of excitement about potential life on other planets. But what does the Bible have to say about the possibility and potential of life on other planets?

150 Years of Laura

I love to read. As a young boy, I can remember devouring Ellery Queen mysteries on long vacation drives, taking a hot bath and reading The Long Winter by Laura Ingalls Wilder, curling up in the bay window of a local library as cascades of rain dripped down the glass with a harrowing tale of Blackbeard the Pirate.

Annual Singles Survey

What is the current state of sex, dating and singles? Look no further than the Annual Singles Survey funded by the Dallas-based dating service Match and conducted by Research Now.

Why Colbert Missed a Moment with Ricky Gervais

I like Stephen Colbert. I particularly like it when he engages religion. And I’m over the moon when he takes on skeptics… because most of the time, he’s good. Really good.

Now We Know What Porn Does to Kids

In all of my research and study of coming generations, one question looms large: What is the availability of pornography through the internet doing to the coming generation? After all, this is the first generation that has had such access to pornography in the history of the world. The standard reply: “We don’t know.” And that was, until now, an honest answer.

Let the Children Come

In the Bible, there are only two times, in all four of the biographical accounts of the life of Jesus, that we're told Jesus became filled with righteous anger. Once, in Jerusalem when he overturned the tables of the money changers, and the other when the disciples were trying to keep children from coming to Jesus.

"Stuffocation" in the First World

After 32 years of marriage and four children who are all married with children of their own, Susan and I have been on a de-cluttering binge. Some people are hoarders. We’re not. But we have been “accumulators,” meaning over the many years we have accumulated a great deal of stuff that we simply do not need. And we're not alone.

The Vision for a New Kind of Conference

In just a few weeks, the third annual Church & Culture Conference will take place in Charlotte and then, a few weeks later, tour through the U.K. But what is the vision for this event?

Three Lies We Believe About Spiritual Growth

Studies show that we lie about 100 times per day. And branching out into all forms of media, the number climbs to 200 each day. But how many do we believe? That may be the most intriguing question of all.

The End of the Circus

News broke recently, literally racing around the world, that after 146 years the final curtain on the “greatest show on earth” will fall in May. An era has symbolically ended. What does this have to do with church and culture?

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