This is a group whose right-winged lyrical leanings inspired a few of my cultural commentaries and are set to make a big comeback later this year.
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This is tremendously good news! It’s especially when you consider we’ve had decades of church leaders discouraging parishioners from getting involved in politics.
Good, elegant dress does not mean that one has good principles or is a person you would want as a dinner guest. In like manner, because a person is very casual in his dress does not indicate he is without principles.
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 breakdown of the family from its biological roots, as well as the devaluing of life (babies in the womb) cannot possibly serve as a viable foundation for a prosperous economy.
When the liberal Left, and especially homosexual activists, claim victimhood or oppression, it is safer to assume they are lying or embellishing.
Christian singer Lauren Daigle brought the gospel to the heart of New York City on Thursday morning, performing her hit song “Trust in You” on ABC’s “Good Morning America.”
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?
The United States was not alone in this hostility to the elitist view in which the ordinary citizen was pressured to ignore and forget G-d’s moral values.
While the votes of conservative-appointed SCOTUS justices sometimes disappoint conservatives, the votes of liberal-appointed SCOTUS justices rarely disappoint liberals.
Taking a turn doing damage control on ABC’s “This Week,” Kaine was asked by Martha Raddatz about the mockery of Catholicism. “Many took offense,” she argued.
I committed myself to focusing on what it would take to become a true man of God. Now, I’m not going to lie to you. It has been a hard, tough road to get to where I am at today.
Are we going to phone the local ISIS office and ask the head headchopper to confirm that the fellow smiling for the camera isn’t affiliated with ISIS?
My concept for a good and solid step program for success in the workplace is only three steps, but they are comprehensive and far reaching.
Devoid of some resurgent phoenix of Judaeo-Christian ethics and Conservatism rising from the ashes of our once great Republic, we are done.
As Donald Trump has selected his vice presidential candidate, Governor Mike Pence of Indiana, patriotic, conservative, values-oriented Americans are asking, “Is he the right man?”
A lesbian bishop in Sweden made news recently by proposing that the Seamen’s Mission church in Stockholm remove its cross and other Christian symbols so it could become some kind of “interfaith” prayer room catering to Muslims.
Not only did early American Christian churches and schools make her great, her Christian laws and moral backbone were second-to-none.
What made early America great? Was is our economic industry or political fortitude? Or were these the fruit of something greater? What can we do today to replicate that greatness?
With great interest, I read your “Open Letter to My Conservative Christian Family: A Response to the Orlando Shooting.”
Over the last dozen years, I have done my best to listen to the stories of the LGBT community, especially those who profess faith in Jesus, and just as many of those stories touched me deeply, your open letter did as well.
In May 2013, I received a letter from Provost Harry Hellenbrand, informing me that I had received tenure at California State University-Northridge. This was a joyous occasion.
With the rise of the “Christian” Democrat I have felt a fervency rising in me, a righteous indignation at the heresy conveyed as truth in regards to who Jesus Christ was and how he would have reacted to sin in a modern age.
Hitler insisted, “In the long run, National Socialism and religion will no longer be able to exist together.” Sounds like American church-state separatists.
Liberal activists have stooped to all sorts of shenanigans to help paint the broadest picture of victimization possible.The Federalist’s Mollie Hemingway points out a string of examples — from a lesbian waitress writing fake anti-gay notes on checks to people spray-painting their own homes with graffiti, the “fakery” is everywhere.
God is the one who called the way they were heading wicked. Part of our job as Christians is to warn the wicked that God is angry with the wicked every day.
Here, therefore, is my attempt at a personal manifesto. I believe in Christian principled constitutional conservatism.
When voters headed to the polls Tuesday, they weren’t just deciding Americans’ fate — but the fate of hundreds of thousands of Christians around the world. As hostile as this administration has been to believers in the U.S., its overseas legacy is worse. Abandoned, displaced, and penniless, the Christians lucky enough to survive ISIS’s rampage have fled to other countries, living in refugee camps where there is just as much uncertainty. Even there, jihadists disguised as refugees are “killing inside the camps, and they’re buying and selling ladies and even girls,” aid workers are reporting.
Most of us know by now unless we are the walking dead, that America was inspired, raised up and blessed by the God of the Holy Bible. Our nation was built on Judeo-Christian faith and prayers along with guts and vision. No country on earth has the unique and treasured legacy of the United States of America.
I am no fan of Donald Trump. But I must say I am no fan of the current Pope either. Each day they both come out saying some quite ridiculous and foolish things.
Donald Trump has challenged the Christianity of Ted Cruz while also raising questions about the nature of Ben Carson’s faith. In the past, he also suggested that President Obama might be a Muslim rather than a Christian. Now, the Pope has questioned the Christianity of Trump.