Meditation Archive

Hank Hanegraaff with Special Guest, Dr. O. S. Hawkins

On today’s Bible Answer Man broadcast, Hank welcomes back Dr. O.S. Hawkins to continue discussing his insightful book on Scripture memorization, The Joshua Code: 52 Scripture Verses Every Believer Should Know. Hank also answers questions on the following topics: To what degree should Christians be involved in politics? What are your thoughts on the prosperity […]

Hank Hanegraaff with Special Guest, Dr. O. S. Hawkins

On today’s Bible Answer Man broadcast, Hank welcomes special guest Dr. O. S. Hawkins to discuss his book, The Joshua Code: 52 Scripture Verses Every Believer Should Know. This insightful resource is based on Joshua 1:8 and is designed to lead you on a yearlong journey by spending each week memorizing and meditating on one […]

The Heart of Christmas, Part 1

On today’s Bible Answer Man broadcast, Hank welcomes special guest Jack Countryman, senior publisher for Thomas Nelson as well as author, and apologist Lee Strobel to discuss his 25-day devotional book, The Heart of Christmas. In this beautiful book, each day includes scripture readings, an appropriate Christmas Carol and questions for meditation and discussion. Download […]

What is the New Age movement?

Not everyone who wears a cross is a Christian. Likewise, not everyone who owns a crystal is a New Ager. To accurately identify New Agers we must move beyond superficial symbols such as crystals, unicorns, and rainbows to identify their beliefs and practices. First, New Agers hold to pantheistic monism. Thus, in their view, God […]

What is Zen Buddhism?

Though Zen Buddhism did not catch on in the West until the 1950s, it has now virtually cornered the meditation market. Phil Jackson even used Zen to prepare his teams to win nine NBA championships. Because of its growing popularity I’ve developed the acronym Z–E–N to help us understand it. First, the dominant discipline of […]

What are the basic beliefs of Buddhism?

The year was 1893. The place was Chicago. Buddhists had arrived from the East to attend the inaugural World’s Parliament of Religions. While their contingent was sizable, they were vastly outnumbered by Bible believers from the West. One hundred years later, at the centennial celebration of the original Parliament, Buddhists outnumbered Baptists and saffron robes […]