The vice provost of New York University, one Ulrich Baer, has declared that trampling on free speech “ensures the conditions of free speech.”
Monthly Archives: May 2017
There are consequences for past mistakes, but the answer is to live in God’s arms redeemed rather than to live broken outside of His will.
Protestant evangelical and Pentecostal Christians are more likely to be persecuted than mainline Protestants, Catholics, Orthodox Christians or other Christians associated with ancient churches.
Let’s be honest here. Yesterday, feckless Republicans effectively inaugurated Chuck Schumer as the new de facto president of the United States.
Western judges are failing to do their jobs properly and are making every excuse in the book for these criminals, simply because they are Muslims.
Lance Ford calls Christian opposition to lesbians adopting meddling, a crime on a par with theft or murder–look, he says it, not me–and has written an article, “Hey, Christian Meddler: Stop It!”
It may have been a popular compromise, but no one’s rushing to pass it! That’s the dilemma in Texas, where time is ticking on the legislative session that holds the state’s privacy bill in the balance.
It’s one thing when a humanist attacks the Bible. That’s expected. It’s another thing when a humanist attacks a Christian denomination for using the Bible as a moral guide.
The future of France is on the line. This Sunday’s French presidential election will decide whether France will be France… or not.
Lora Jane Riedas, a Math teacher at the Riverview High School in the Tampa, and a GLSEN activist, banned a student from wearing a cross necklace.
This Thursday the U.S. will officially celebrate the National Day of Prayer. This “event,” not the date, but the act of praying for the country, has been a tradition since the Revolutionary War.
Social conservatives should buy a copy of this book, The Health Hazards of Homosexuality, so they can have the facts about “What the Medical and Psychological Research Reveals.”
The French presidential election is a bit different than some. If a candidate had won over 50 per cent of the vote in the first round, he or she would have won the election.
Friday morning staffers put in plenty of overtime on a $1 trillion package that bundles almost a dozen agencies’ budgets into one colossal omnibus.
A Northern Arizona University student was forced by his professor and the school’s history department chair to stop reading his Bible before class.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg spoke at Georgetown University on Thursday, and some of the things she revealed may surprise her liberal fans.
The United Methodist Church (UMC) is part of the second largest Protestant denomination in the world. From a global perspective, they have nearly 2.8 million members. This denomination traces their heritage back to John and Charles Wesley.
A teenager in Australia pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting nine women and girls but was not sentenced to prison. Instead, he was put on two-years’ probation.
Christians are often accused of being reactive versus proactive. Instead of anticipating an opportunity, we oftentimes miss chances to be “salt” and “light”, in today’s world.
This week on ‘Why Israel Matters’ you won’t want to miss the episode called “Undercover,” A peek into a unique place in the heart of Jerusalem.
Those words came to my mind as I clawed my way through the new book by MassResistance, The Health Hazards of Homosexuality.
Jesus Christ Himself mentions Hell sixteen times. I counted. He describes it as a place where the fire is not quenched and the worm never dies–rather like a kind of spiritual landfill.
Death penalty opponents have few arguments for their position; so, usually in desperation they whimper, “But more poor people are executed than wealthy people.”