That’s how I feel when I see social madness in our country, wondering to myself, “How can this go on in front of our eyes? What kind of craziness is this?”
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This is an absolute outrage, and to shrug our shoulders with indifference is to insult Jesus, to insult our Founders, and to insult our brothers and sisters in the faith.
There is only one thing more appalling than the Washington Supreme Court’s 9-0 ruling against religious liberty today. It is the silence of Christian leaders across America.
Mr. President, I truly believe you do not want to see LGBT Americans hurt or attacked by others. At the same time, the legislation you signed will potentially punish conservative Christians and others for simply living out their faith.
If the Jewish people were scattered worldwide under God’s judgment (as the Bible states repeatedly), and if it impossible for human beings to overturn what God decrees, then how could the Jewish people regather themselves without divine help?
Either God’s Word has authority or it does not, and you cannot accept its moral imperative in one place and reject its moral imperative in another place.
Yet now, we Americans are in a state of frenzy because of the temporary halt on some refugees entering our country. Something is not lining up here.
The Women’s March was in the mainstream media’s spotlight, the March for Life will be a mere footnote for most mainstream outlets, regardless of how many people attend.
There is a reason why many women contemplating abortion decide not to abort when they see an ultrasound of their baby. There is no denying the humanity of this tiny creature.
As one who issued numerous warnings about candidate Donald Trump during the Republican primaries, on radio, in writing, and on video, I’m sympathetic to your concerns.
Either way, whomever he was speaking about, how is it not ugly and racist to call a fellow-black a negro, let alone a mediocre negro?
Like no one before him, Donald Trump has shaken our nation, and love him or loathe him, he has done what no one else has ever done.
If President Trump succeeds in removing the oppressive Johnson Amendment, which limits freedom of speech from the pulpits, will Christian leaders be more outspoken?
Why is it that when the tables are turned and the violence is black on white, many on the left no longer see color, looking for any explanation other than racial hate?
Is it a sin for a Christian to be seriously overweight? When responding to this question, we should answer it for ourselves and not for others.
The Cub Scouts are now under increasing pressure for refusing to allow an 8-year-old girl, who identifies as a boy, to join their ranks.
Here are seven things you can do — smaller, more manageable changes — to improve your life and the lives of those you touch in 2017.
What stops you, then, from making a life-changing transition? Is it ignorance? Lack of willingness? The power of food addictions? Lack of time?
In June 2008, presidential candidate Barack Obama gave a stirring speech to AIPAC, making strong commitments to the Jewish people and Israel.
Eric then said this: “I left homosexuality behind 6 years ago. That was SO much easier than getting my weight under control.”
There is a massive difference between a great shaking and a great awakening: How can we move from the great shaking of 2016 to a great awakening in 2017?
Do people have the right to marry the one they love, even if the one they love is a robot? If not, why not? Isn’t all that matters that people are happy?
I should say, that would have been the end of the story had Planned Parenthood been operating in first century Judea.
In stark contrast, President-elect Trump stated, “Our hearts and prayers are with the loved ones of the victims of today’s horrifying terror attack in Berlin.”
Why does the whole world get so exercised over Jerusalem? Is there any other city on the planet that evokes such intense emotions and polar views?
What comes to mind when you hear the words National Geographic? Do you think of exotic pictures from the jungles of Africa or up-close documentation of an erupting volcano?
In his December 9th article “Has the Trumpian Revolution Begun?,” long-time conservative commentator Patrick Buchanan dared to say that, with the Trump presidency, “we may be entering a post-liberal era.”
Is it dangerous for Christian leaders to mix politics and religion? Is that a confusion of their calling? Or is it important for Christian leaders to address all areas of life, including politics?
A healthy percentage of the American population seems to trust President-elect Trump more than our nation’s Central Intelligence Agency. How can this be?
Unfortunately, there are professional race-baiters who thrive on divisive, identity politics and who are more successful the more they provoke hostilities.