So, are we behind the times if we don’t change with the latest social trends? Are the moral values of 2018 better than, say, 1918, or 1018, or 1018 BC?
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In a ruling that is sure to send shock waves through the nation, Canada’s Supreme Court ruled 7-2 against Trinity Western University’s (TWU) Law School.
For sharing biblical truth in love, I am steadily receiving death threats, and yet, according to the PC narrative, we’re the haters and those who oppose us are the voice of tolerance.
We’ve been saying for years that there will be a push back against LGBTQ extremism. And it’s not because people are uncaring. Or bigoted. The pushback comes as a rational reaction to the rising tide of transanity.
As to the summit, Nancy had two simple questions. First, does Kim wants “things” more than he wants power? Second, can he be convinced that freedom brings prosperity?
Today we have conservatives who are atheists. And we have transgender conservatives. And gay conservatives. Some of them are even “married” to their same-sex partners.
The relative silence of our pulpits has helped plunged us into our current moral morass. I’m not talking about pastors and leaders becoming political.
YouTube came under attack from various LGBT websites and YT channels and social media accounts. The internet giant had committed the cardinal sin of playing conservative Christian ads on LGBT channels.
The Supreme Court today pushed back against the rising tide of anti-religious sentiments in America, ruling in favor of Colorado baker Jack Phillips.
ESPN, owned by the Disney Company, has fired Keith Olbermann for sending out an extremely ugly tweet attacking President Trump. Yet in a brazen display of hypocrisy, Disney-ABC has hired Roseanne Barr after she sent out a bigoted tweet against a former adviser to President Obama.
In a nation like Israel, surrounded by sworn, mortal enemies, strength and decisiveness are highly valued. And that’s how Trump is perceived.
I’m writing from the quiet of my hotel room in Jerusalem at midnight, but today was anything but quiet. I was with a small team in a mixed area in Jerusalem, getting video footage to use on Christian TV.
The Yanny vs. Laurel debate has taken the internet by storm. What did you hear when you heard the robot audio clip? As I listened, there was no doubt that the word was “Laurel,” no matter how many times I listened.
Whenever I happen to tune in to CNN, there’s a panel of talking heads discussing President Trump and the porn star. Or President Trump and the Mueller investigation. Or President Trump and whether he’ll be impeached.
It doesn’t matter that Hamas has admitted that more than 80 percent of those killed on Monday were Hamas members. All that matters is that Israel is evil and Israel is monstrous and Israel is genocidal.
Hamas sends waves of young men to defy Israeli orders. The IDF soldiers kill and wound the Hamas-provoked protesters. The media follows Hamas’s script, reporting Israel’s atrocities to the world.
There is really no city on earth like Jerusalem, and it stuns me every time I’m there. The beauty. The majesty. The history. The different world religions – Judaism, Christianity, and Islam – living side by side.
As followers of Jesus, should we “unhitch” ourselves from the Old Testament, as Pastor Andy Stanley recently claimed? God forbid. To do so is to make a grave mistake.
President Trump hit the ball out of the park with his decision and speech regarding Iran. And in doing so, he presented himself as the ultimate anti-Obama.
It’s the question that’s dividing churches and separating family members. It’s the question that must be answered: Can you be gay and Christian?
Which group is the smallest, most rejected minority in our country? African Americans have certainly suffered terribly through our history, but they are not the smallest minority.
It’s too soon to say for sure, but if things continue to develop positively between North and South Korea, it would not be farfetched to think that we are witnessing a miracle unfold before our eyes.
In the midst of a vulgar, over-the-top “comedy” routine at the annual White House correspondents’ dinner, Michelle Wolf decided to joke about abortion. This was beyond tasteless. Beyond crass. It almost beyond belief.
One of my friends is a black pastor. He is also a conservative Republican. As a result of his political views, he has been told by many of his friends that he is not black enough.
We recently remembered the 50th anniversary of Dr. King’s assassination, and in that context, we do well to remember what he stood for: It was not just a message of racial equality. It was a message of freedom.
You may have thought I was exaggerating when I referenced LGBT activists who compared Christian conservatives to ISIS and Al-Qaeda. Be assured that there was not a word of hyperbole in what I wrote.
The MRC study confirms what we knew to be true already: There is a war against conservative and religious speech. And it is not just in the realm of online media, as Bozell rightly observed.
The California “Must Stay Gay Bill,” Assembly Bill 2943, bans books, conferences, counseling advocating Muslim, Jewish, and Christian views on gender and sexual orientation.
Porn star Stormy Daniels may be having the time of her life and enjoying her newfound fame at the expense of President Trump. She may be making boatloads of money. But at the end of the day, this is a sad story.
Reactions to our bombing of Syria, as we joined together with the UK and France, have been intense on all sides. From the right, President Trump received a barrage of criticism.