Chuck Colson

Posted May 07, 2008

Biofuels are one of the major reasons you and I are paying more for groceries these days.

Posted May 01, 2008

David Woodward is a political science professor at Clemson University—one who has first-hand experience on how dangerous it can be to speak out in favor of traditional values: He almost lost his job over it.

Posted April 25, 2008

In mid-April, Italian voters returned former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi to power. A prominent campaign issue was abortion.

Posted April 18, 2008

A crowd of students was studying in a rabbinical seminary library in Jerusalem last month when a gunman opened fire.

Posted April 09, 2008

In modern America, film and television are powerful shapers of culture. They provide shared experiences; they influence the way people think about the world around them.

Posted April 04, 2008

Forty years ago today, Martin Luther King was assassinated at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee.

Posted March 24, 2008

In churches all over the world, there were millions of people celebrating the resurrection of Christ, who were not there just a few years ago—because they were worshipping in a mosque instead.

Posted March 21, 2008

Today, on Good Friday, let’s not rush the celebration before coming face-to-face with the paradoxes that are at the heart of the Christian faith.

Posted March 15, 2008

So, as Western culture abandons its Christian roots, we ought not to be surprised that infanticide is making a comeback.

Posted March 03, 2008

This summer the Olympics will be held in Beijing, a decision fraught with controversy since it was announced back in 2001. China’s human-rights record is abysmal.

Posted February 25, 2008

There are an estimated 1.6 million Muslims in Great Britain. By some estimates, more people attend mosque than go to Anglican churches every week. Judging by recent comments by the Archbishop of Canterbury, it is easy to see why.

Posted February 11, 2008

Last month, the president announced his intention to sell Saudi Arabia some of our most sophisticated weapons. This is a bad idea, and you should let your representative know it right away.

Posted February 07, 2008

A few years ago, novelist Anne Rice, famous for her vampire stories, recommitted herself to her Catholic faith. She then announced that she was dedicating her writing talents to Christ.

Posted January 24, 2008

Little Noah Markham was one of the tiniest victims of Hurricane Katrina. When the levees broke, Noah was trapped in a flooded New Orleans hospital. It took 10 police officers using flat-bottomed boats to rescue him.

Posted January 17, 2008

In my new just-released book, The Faith, I argue that the two greatest challenges to the Christian worldview come from radical Islam and extreme secularism. Almost on cue, recent events in Europe have conspired to illustrate the point.

Posted January 11, 2008

There are other people whose safety American Christians ought to be concerned about: that is, Christians suffering for their faith around the world.

Posted December 25, 2007

The manger scene inspires a sense of awe and comfort to the hearts of Christians everywhere. But we often forget the staggering implications of Christmas.

Posted December 19, 2007

The sub-prime mortgage crisis has sent shockwaves around the world. It also underlines how much capitalism relies on morality.

Posted December 11, 2007

For decades, British couples campaigned to have infertility treatments included among the treatments provided by the U.K.’s National Health Service.

Posted December 07, 2007

Sixty-six years ago today, the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor—an action that dramatically altered the course of history.