Chuck Colson

Posted September 24, 2010

Before the Johnson Amendment, churches had a strong and vibrant voice in our political and cultural discourse. Their speech was not muzzled.

Posted September 10, 2008

To the surprise of some political commentators and observers, abortion has emerged as an important issue in this year’s elections.

Posted September 03, 2008

Last week, 40 million TV viewers watched Barack Obama become the first African-American nominee of a major political party.

Posted September 02, 2008

Steven Mosher's new book analyzes the inhumane practices of China's "population control" policies.

Posted August 19, 2008

If you have been watching the Olympics, you cannot help but be awed by the strength, speed, and skill of Olympic athletes.

Posted August 12, 2008

A lot of people have asked me what I think about when I remember back to that hot, humid August night in 1973 when Tom Phillips, then the president of the Raytheon Company, witnessed to me in his home.

Posted July 29, 2008

Presidents can say the strangest things in front of an open microphone, especially if he thinks the mic is not on.

Posted July 21, 2008

How is this for irony? Recent actions by Canadian human rights groups have observers alarmed for the state of human rights in Canada.

Posted July 16, 2008

According to a recent Reuters report, a leading Senate Democrat “would consider supporting opening up new areas for offshore oil and gas drilling.”

Posted July 07, 2008

A few years ago, a good friend of mine decided to buy an old country campground, enlarge it, restore it, and invite inner-city children to use it.

Posted July 04, 2008

It is easy to grow weary over the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. As for me, a former Marine, I ache for the families of the men and women who have paid the ultimate price.

Posted July 03, 2008

This week, America celebrates another birthday. Americans are hoisting their flags, marching in parades, and setting off fireworks. I get a thrill every time I hear the band strike up “The Stars and Stripes Forever.”

Posted June 27, 2008

Alice Walker, best known as the author of the novel The Color Purple, is one of the most renowned feminist authors and activists of her generation. She is also a mother, and that fact brought her public and private lives into direct conflict.

Posted June 23, 2008

In early June, the German television network ARD aired a film called “God and the World: The Persecuted Children of God.”

Posted June 10, 2008

If you follow the financial news, you have probably heard the phrase, “Stocks were up (or down) on news that . . .”

Posted June 05, 2008

Some years ago, in a Firing Line interview with Bill Buckley, I argued for criminal justice reform. The moderator, Mort Kondracke—who then considered himself a liberal—was astonished.

Posted May 26, 2008

Where is God amidst the horrors of war? How do soldiers keep their faith in God’s goodness amidst the suffering and slaughter of battle?

Posted May 21, 2008

In a recent issue of the New York Times, respected columnist David Brooks described how what he calls a “revolution in neuroscience” is shaping “how people see the world.”

Posted May 16, 2008

A decision by the California Supreme Court to declare unconstitutional any ban on gay “marriage” is sending shock waves across the nation.

Posted May 15, 2008

With each passing day, the news from Myanmar—that is, Burma—gets worse.