I’ve heard all of the cat-calls from the Christian ‘more righteous than thou’ Moore bashers. They can’t see the beam in their own eye.
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When Vice President Mike Pence said he was ready to get to work helping the world’s Christians, he meant it. A few weeks after telling Americans
In light of the recent flood of sexual scandals, it’s easy to understand why many Republicans want to distance themselves from Moore.
It is not our goal as Christians to avoid being hated. In fact, Christ’s words in the Bible make it clear that our being hated is quite inevitable.
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.
Joe reflected soberly, “It’s of course going to be difficult.” But, he said, “We are Christians; we have read the book. We know the ending, and it’s good.”
If God has called a man to preach and teach His Word, that will be his passion. If God has called a man to pursue politics, that will be his or her passion.
I personally believe a lot of Christians who are in the Democrat Party should consider changing their registration. “Why?” you ask. “Can’t I be a Christian and a Democrat too?”
Tragically, many Christians—or those who identify as Christians—have given up the Bible, which Ashenden calls “the bedrock of the church”—without a whimper of protest.
The hatred the world has for Christ followers should not surprise us. Antifa hates Christians, Antifa wants to kill Christians.
Jesus said, the servant is not above his master. What the world did to Jesus is what the world will do to Christians. Guess what? The world hated Jesus.
Democrats seem to be trying to make the renouncing of one’s Christian faith a precondition to holding any kind of public office.
It didn’t take long for the Trump administration to call ISIS’s slaughter of Christians ‘genocide.’ But it has taken surprisingly long for it to do something about it.
If one were to question the moral fortitude of current Christians in America, one might conclude that a generation of Christians would rather be culturally acceptable than identify with the commandments of Jesus.
Christian conservatives – specifically, those who care for the elderly – would be among the first to be jailed should this bill become law.
And how about seeking to practice “love your neighbor as yourself”? For the sake of a watching world, we can and must do better. As we so often hear, you and I are the only Jesus some will ever see.
The Wilberforce Initiative is reporting that Iran is targeting Christians, re-sentencing them to lengthier jail times despite having already served their sentences.
“We don’t want to be known as some Westboro Baptist ….” is a phrase often repeated by Christian leaders when speaking to the issues of marriage and sexual norms.
Reverend William Barber, president of the NC chapter of the NAACP, argued that it was “theological malpractice bordering on heresy” for Christians to pray for the President.
Christians coming under attack – all because Islam has been given a free pass, and the West is in denial about the perilous state it is in.
To my brothers and sisters in ministry: Please speak plainly and clearly when it comes to homosexuality, and please do so with compassion and love.
What, then, do Christians want? We cannot achieve comprehensive transformation. We are obligated to do justice and stand for righteousness.
Under the banner of ‘Love Bonnaroo,’ Christians came together from churches and ministries to engage in intercession, worship, and creative evangelism.
the Bible often warns us against compromise and apostasy, both moral and creedal. And in every generation, there have been heretics who have departed from the faith.
This is often why “Christians” bare little resemblance to Christians defined by Scripture. The cares of the world choke spiritual life out of us.
On the night that Jesus was betrayed, he said to his disciples, “A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another.”
The House passed his Iraq and Syrian Genocide Accountability Act, giving fresh hope to the suffering Christians in filthy, dangerous, and starving camps in the heart of ISIS country.
Repent? Not when I see my fellow Christians slandered and sued for remaining true to their convictions. The money trails are easy to uncover.
A prayer of confession every Christian needs to pray frequently until our nation has repented of its libertine ways and once again rejoices that we are one nation under God.
Does America have a public belief system, like ancient Rome? You’d think the First Amendment to the Constitution, supposedly the law of the land, would forbid it.