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Newsweek magazine article dated 27 December 1982 entitled, “How the Bible Made America,” made this revealing statement, “historians are discovering that the Bible, perhaps even more than the Constitution, is our Founding document.”
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.
The Constitution is invaluable to Christians: It protects the rights of Christian service members to practice their faith, and it protects their right to appeal to God’s Word alone (Sola Scriptura) for their conduct.
He has to be wrong because God promised to preserve His Word. If He did not, then the Bible is untrue, unreliable, and unnecessary.
Just moments ago I was glancing at the opening pages of one of my Bibles and had a quick read of what it says about copyright.
Sanders, shouting until he was red in the face, accused the president’s nominee, Russell Vought, of being an Islamophobe for believing what the Bible says about salvation.
Jesus gave the mandate to His followers, “You shall love your neighbor as yourself,” upholding that self-love is a necessary part of a balanced and healthy spiritual life.
The question of the so-called gay Christian has been on my mind since my days as a student at Yale Divinity School, a campus abounding with LGBTQ people.
He seemed proud of it: too clever, he, to believe that the Bible is anything but a lot of old, cobwebby, made-up stories about things that never happened and people who never lived.
The majority of those who fomented the American Revolution were not informed by Sacred Scripture, but by the philosophers of the Enlightenment.
We start with a ‘Christian mommy blogger’ who becomes the idol and oracle of millions, writes a New York Times best-seller, makes boxcar-loads of money–and then ‘marries’ another woman.
Why is a Christian respecting beliefs that are false? In today’s society such statements roll off the tongue almost without thought.
More than half of all adults—including 20 percent who say they are not religious—absolutely believe a guardian angel has protected them during their life.
Now is not the time for Christians to surrender. We have biblical authority to challenge false teaching and prevent our children from being led into sin.
Many immigration advocates point to biblical commands to love the foreigner (Leviticus 19:34), and care for those different than us (Luke 10:25-37).
People of good will can disagree on immigration policy. Christians may disagree among themselves on what to do. Those on various sides of different discussions should work out how their religious beliefs apply to their position.
The issues we face as a nation can be directly traced back to a lack of fathers. As a matter of fact, Scripture is clear that the land “suffers a curse” when fathers turn their hearts away from home.
When first hearing that story I thought to myself, “You know, it’s really only Christians who can authoritatively talk about a ‘plan of history.’”
One thing is certain, if the Scriptures on marriage and divorce were fully taught and acknowledged, it would create more serious consideration before marriage, and would be a great deterrent to divorce.
News reports are featuring famous athletes, actors, and pop-stars being asked about abortion and gay-marriage. Often, they criticize Christians: Doesn’t the Bible say ‘judge not’?
More millennials agreed with Karl Marx than the Bible when asked to compare the two! Only 53 percent agreed with 2 Thessalonians 3:10 — “If any would not work, neither should he eat.”
Puffing themselves up to be agents of love and tolerance, these so-called Christians deny their “gay friends” the same full counsel of God they willingly and unhesitatingly give to others who struggle with different sins.
I reasoned with him that if there is no God, then we are all slaves to men in power. Liberty only exists because there is a God.
To fly safely through the clouds, pilots have to use their instruments. A “gyro horizon” is a flight instrument to inform pilots of the orientation of their airplane relative to the earth’s horizon.
Why is there evil in the world? The secular humanist dimwit answer, as articulated most recently by our beloved president, is—well, we just need to do some more “evolving.”
President Obama seems quite fond of quoting Scripture when it suits his personal agenda. Usually that means twisting the verses’ meaning or taking them out of context altogether to justify positions that are in complete contradiction to Christian teaching.
Jeffress, pastor of First Baptist Church in Dallas, Texas, took the battle to the pulpit, equipping the saints with the truth so they can respond rightly amid the LGBT lobby’s lies.
It’s one thing when non-religious supporters of Donald Trump attack their candidate’s detractors in the most profane and vile way. It’s another thing when Bible-quoting, professing Christians do the same.
The Tennessee House and Senate have passed a bill to make the Bible the state’s official book, which acknowledges the importance they place on God’s Word.