The next president will set the course of the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) for at least a generation or two.
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I see regularly the slogan from the American Humanists Association: “Good Without God.” And I think … well, maybe for a while one can be good – but only because they piggyback on the Judeo-Christian values they may have imbibed.
We have transitioned away from the traditional three branches of government—the legislative, the executive, and the judicial—to a new form under President Obama.
When our study group leader prayed, he thanked God for the “centuries of marriage” represented by everyone around the table. Centuries of marriage—that’s quite a gift. And not often found in various contexts of our society.
The idea of state-sanctioned and in some cases state-mandated atheism is absolutely out of step with the traditions of America.
The Vietnam War still brings up many painful memories for those who served. No doubt it all turned out tragically, but there is a side of that war we rarely hear about – and that is a word of thanks for even trying to keep that nation free from the scourge of Communism.
Is biblical meditation the same as Eastern meditation? No, because in the latter, you empty your mind. In the former, you fill your mind with the things of God.
Subsequently, after the criticism, I found a video of Kivel himself, where he says that Christian hegemony is the ultimate source of three major problems in the world today.
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At the 17th annual “White Privilege Conference” one of the speakers, Paul Kivel, blamed Christianity for everything bad in the world.
In 1925, a large cross was erected in Bladensburg, Maryland, to honor fallen soldiers of World War I. But now that cross is being challenged by a lawsuit from the American Humanist Association.
Thomas Jefferson and other founders warned about threats to our freedom. Jefferson noted that the price of freedom is eternal vigilance.
Leading Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said over the weekend, “The unborn person doesn’t have constitutional rights.” She made her remarks on NBC’s “Meet the Press.”
Virtually a week does not go by without some headline of a Muslim attack somewhere in the world. The latest stories involves the alleged crucifixion of a Christian priest on Good Friday.
Leading scholar on the resurrection, Dr. Gary Habermas, has studied the resurrection for decades now and has written or co-written 21 books specifically on the topic.
While conservatives get accused of censorship, it seems to me that in our day, the liberals and what I call “the shock troops of tolerance,” are the real censors.
Franklin’s reply was, “A republic, madam, if you can keep it.” If widespread ignorance in this land continues, including willful ignorance of the moral laws of God, we won’t keep it.
The title of a recently released film caught my attention: The Gods of Egypt. This column is not about the film, but rather it addresses God’s judgment on the gods of Egypt by way of the ten plagues.
Is anyone concerned that a casino owner is a major candidate for president? Not too long ago casinos were only legal in Las Vegas and Atlantic City and on Indian reservations.
Appointed by Ronald Reagan in 1986, Scalia stood fully for the Constitution, including its original intent.
These types of claims, that the founders intended to banish God from the public square are ironic, since the founders said our rights come from the Creator.
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Killing in the name of being pro-life is an oxymoron. This includes last Friday’s tragic shooting at a Colorado Springs..