After an embarrassing tirade about Barrett’s faith in her Judiciary hearing, Feinstein has been desperately trying to explain away her obvious prejudice against faith.
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As fresh storms move in, Hurricane Harvey has largely fizzled out — having previously killed dozens, upended the lives of hundreds of thousands,
More than half the people in the United Kingdom say they have “no religion” at all? And in the 18-25 age group, that figures balloons up to 71%.
Runners, on the other hand, don’t take such a laidback approach. Each time they head out they have determined a precise course with specific mileage.
The first thing I post on my blog every day is a hymn, and we take requests from readers. When someone asked for “In Christ Alone,” it brought to mind a controversy involving this hymn.
In the US Armed Forces, Bible-believing military chaplains will be subjected to affliction. Chaplains that believe in the power of the Gospel and put their faith into practice—will be reprehended, reviled, slandered.
Militant homosexual and transgender activists in action- Faith and freedom are certainly under persecution by these groups.
LGBT activists don’t want anybody who has unwanted same sex attraction to have the choice to leave their plantation they deceptively like to call “gay.”
We must pray for our leaders, who are men and women with feet of clay, but many of whom have hearts after God.
Zero times anything is zero. The odds of life just happening by chance are zero. This universe just springing into being by chance is impossible. It takes a leap of blind faith to believe in evolution.
We’re in a season of payback, and we need to keep pressing into it. Part of pressing in is positioning your heart for the payback.
The new progressive rage reflects the rise of evil in America. Resistance against the Lord and His brethren has never been so strong in this nation.
The Christian life is meant to be based on faith, not on feelings. Thus we are to use our minds to read and study God’s Word and use our wills to obey it.
We would be foolish to not consider more than a few of the thoughtful sentiments espoused by Rod Dreher, author of The Benedict Option.
In the words of John Adams, “Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate for the government of any other.”
Calvary is God’s ultimate answer to the problem of evil and suffering. That may not please many, but that is what biblical Christianity has to offer.
We need some warriors for Christ who will not be silenced, who will not be intimidated, and will not be sucked into the false gospel of nice.
To the core of my being, I am a revolutionary. I eat, drink, breathe, and sleep revolution.
It is one thing to underemphasize a biblical theme. It’s another thing to remove a theme from the Bible and replace it with something else.
Truth liberates. Truth rebuilds. Truth restores. Truth heals. Truth transforms. Truth prevails…you don’t change truth; truth changes you!
The Christian family, who proudly says on their website that the company “seeks to glorify and honor God in all we do,” were shocked to find out during a visit by the USDA that it wasn’t their beef that was being inspected — but their beliefs.
“I would like to buy three dollars worth of God, please. Not enough to explode my soul or disturb my sleep, but just enough to equal a cup of warm milk, or a snooze in the sunshine…I want ecstasy, not transformation.”
Rebellion against God is spiritual treason. It’s waving our fist at the approaching hurricane. We must get over ourselves. Our self adoring platforms must give way to faithful pulpits.
Though the road ahead may be uncertain at times, the solid ground beneath will never shift. It’s all about Who you know.
In our zeal to “get people into the kingdom,” we sometimes run the risk of offering false assurance.
We are witnessing the rapid deterioration of a nation before our eyes. We have become one nation “above” God, rather under God. The current uprisings across America confirm this.
Reflecting on salt and its many uses can help us in carrying out our assignment as “hidden figures” in our spheres today.
It’s one thing for a man to be a friend of sinners, but it’s another for him to be such a friend of sinners that he becomes an enemy of God.
“We will face many challenges, but with the faith in each other and the faith in God we will get the job done,” President Trump encouraged his team.
I’ve been thinking a lot about death and the fragility of human life lately. Maybe it’s ‘Sanctity of Life Sunday’ that stirs up these sober feelings of existential angst.