When it comes to Judge Moore, we’re not just dealing with the possibility of double standards, but also with extreme skepticism towards leftwing media and extreme suspicion of the political system.
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What are we to make of the latest allegation of sexual assault being leveled against Alabama senatorial candidate Judge Roy Moore?
There are even medical professionals who affirm the possibility of being transracial. After all, if it makes you happy, why not?
We have always known that pro-abortion rhetoric is built on misleading slogans and deceptive terms. But I was reminded today of just how deceptive…
In light of the recent flood of sexual scandals, it’s easy to understand why many Republicans want to distance themselves from Moore.
After his appearance on the View, Carl Lentz, pastor of Hillsong Church in New York City, was blasted for what appeared to be a total cop-out answer.
If ever there was a time when we might have expected sympathy for Christians, or at least restraint in attacking them, the opposite proved true far too many times.
Now is a time to mourn, a time to weep. Now is a time to grieve with those who grieve. And now is a time to ask the Lord to have mercy on our nation and heal our land.
Interestingly, Jewish young people made up a conspicuously high number of these newly born-again hippies and rebels and radicals in the late 1960s…
In every generation, the Church takes some steps forward and some steps backward. What are some critical, fundamental areas that need reformation today?
The differences between Martin Luther, the 16th century reformer, and Donald Trump, the 45th president of the United States, are countless. Yet, in some ways, they are very similar.
As expected, the response to my article “Since When Did Jesus Get Connected to Guns?” was fast and furious, especially from those who failed to read the article.
Since when did the gospel become associated with guns? Since when did the Christian faith become linked to the right to bear arms?
During the Civil War, Abraham Lincoln was asked if God was on his side. He replied, “Sir, my concern is not whether God is on our side; my greatest concern is to be on God’s side, for God is always right.”
In the same way, rather than making every conflict in America a conflict about race, we should focus on the real justice issues in America
There’s a moment of sanity that pushes back against transgender activism in the sports world; the reaction to the sane decision is often anything but.
Mothers and fathers of America, who would you rather have your daughters work for, Weinstein or Pence?
A headline on the conservative, RedState website announces, ‘Trump’s Cheap ‘Merry Christmas’ Christianity Continues To Sway Evangelicals.’
When I weigh in constructively on race relations in America, I’m told I have no right to speak or, worse still, I’m accused of racism. Why is that?
My purpose here is not to throw more stones on the now-disgraced Harvey Weinstein. My purpose is to confront the larger hypocrisy of Hollywood.
Colin Kaepernick said his protest was all about the flag. The NFL Players Union, which supports the players’ right to kneel, stated that the protests are not about the flag.
Transgender activism will never succeed in reshaping our society for one simple reason: It is not natural. Biological differences are too deeply instilled in the human race.
If Hugh Hefner was the poster boy of the sexual revolution, Alfred Kinsey was the father of the revolution, both overt rebels against “puritanical” Christianity
In the Shaun King article, “The White Privilege of the ‘Lone Wolf’ Shooter” he argued Stephen Paddock’s his whiteness kept him from being labelled a terrorist.
No one knows what motivated Stephen Paddock to launch his murderous attack during an outdoor, country music concert in Las Vegas.
Third, when we say “our thoughts and prayers” are with the victims and their families, it is often meaningless, just a trite expression…
It’s been a beautiful spring day in Pennsylvania on this Thursday, June 7th, 1961. You’re a bit tired and doze off just before the end of Leave It to Beaver.
…don’t want politics brought into the NFL. Can’t there be one day in the week – or even a few hours in a day – when things aren’t political?
Hugh Hefner has died at the age of 91. I hope he found grace and repentance before leaving this world. I also hope that his death will signify the end of the sexual revolution.
We can know a lot about Judge Roy Moore by the blaring headline on Huffington Post Tuesday night: ‘Alabama Earthquake: GOP Picks Outsider Bigot.’