California is quickly becoming America’s most Christophobic state. And at the same time, it is becoming the most pro-homosexual state.
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Senator Cory Booker’s (D-NJ) outrageous rant against former CIA Director Mike Pompeo is unacceptable and is more akin to a gulag than the United States Senate.
Just last month, people in China started to notice that online bookstores have stopped selling the Chinese translation of the Bible on major internet sites.
Our friends at Open Doors USA marveled at the picture of thousands of Iraqi Christians waving palm trees and shouting “Hallelujah!”
Shea, who’s an expert on refugee policy, can’t understand how these Christians would have been barred from the U.S. when 99 percent of the refugees invited to America under the same legislation made it through.
It all started with perennial anti-Trump bigot Joy Behar smearing Vice President Mike Pence and his Christian faith on the liberal kaffeeklatch yak-fest “The View.”
Throughout history, Christians have vacillated between two extremes: compromising with the culture or removing themselves from it (isolation). Neither extreme is healthy.
Last month, on ABC’s “The View,” host Joy Behar disparaged Christians by comparing Vice President Mike Pence’s Christian faith — a faith shared by millions of Americans — to “mental illness.” Behar reportedly called VP Pence and apologized.
Powerful tech companies rule our communications today, and shocking stories are coming out about how they’re silencing the worldviews of millions of Christian and conservative Americans, censoring the messages you’re allowed to read and post online.
I find it difficult to take seriously a political Party, the Democratic Party, which is characteristically made up of people who reject the external, definable and transcendent authority of the Bible.
Each year about 25 senior Christian leaders attend the Roundtable summit facilitated by Rick Joyner to cultivate friendships, dialogue on today’s issues and pray how to best serve those whom we influence.
It is heartening to see some Christians are beginning to speak up in American politics. This blog is an example as is the recent push back against the NRA boycotts.
According to my research there are nearly 34,000 denominations of Christianity in the world with nearly 2.5 BILLION adherents. Nearly 75% of American’s self-identify as Christians…that is 280 million souls, spread out over 300,000 churches.
When the president does the right thing, we commend him and encourage him. When he does the wrong thing, with full respect for his office, we express our differences.
Open Doors USA reports that Kim Jong Un’s country, North Korea, is topping the list of the world’s ‘Most Dangerous Places to Be a Christian.’
Christians think getting run over by the world is Christ-like. In a face to face battle are you betting on the Muzzies or the Christians?
Is Christmas a holiday with pagan origins? Is it wrong to celebrate the birth of Jesus on December 25th? And what about putting up a Christmas tree?
The debate over Christmas is one that has gone on for centuries. Now, I understand, there are well-meaning, sincere and faithful Christians who choose…
The liberal Leftist worldview pushes and promotes the idea that distinctions between female and male should be shunned and denied.
Redeem and celebrate are not unfamiliar to Christians. God “redeems” man from a state of darkness and we “celebrate” this transformation of heart.
President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi is doing his best to reassure his people that Egypt won’t back down from its promise to come to the aid of faith communities.
Legal affairs columnist, Jay Michaelson, has the dumbest idea yet to solve the problem of gays forcing Christians to provide goods and services for their faux-weddings.
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.
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?”