Last week I wrote a column noting that the Bible is being unconstitutionally banned in the public schools far too often---and even being treated like asbestos, to borrow a line from Christian attorney Jordan Lorence.
It is amazing that people today want to treat anything from the Bible as if it's asbestos, to borrow a line from Christian attorney Jordan Lorence, if it somehow shows up in a public school. Historically, it was the push to teach the Bible that gave birth to education for the masses in the first place. This was the forerunner to the public school. How ironic.
Imagine sacrificing to send your children off to college---forking over thousands of dollars, so they can have a future. Then they end up in an introduction to psychology classwhere they are taught that Christians are more dangerous than radical Islam.
Why has America been blessed in many ways in the past? At its core, the answer has to do with the Judeo-Christian tradition. We are living off of the residue of that great heritage.
One of Americas greatest liabilities is crime, not only in the cost of property loss and damage but the lives impacted by lawless acts.
Are our churches dying? Are young people leaving the church in droves? Is evangelicalism in America all but dead?
Do you want this next year to be happier than the last? A first century letter written in prison by the Apostle Paul to the Philippian Christians has much advice on how to know true joy, and much of it was confirmed in May, 2015 by a major study released by the Mayo Clinic.
If Jesus had never been born, to borrow a phrase from C. S. Lewis, it would be always winter, but never Christmas.
Ted Cruz is beginning to surge significantly in the polls in Iowa. Surely the evangelicals in Iowa are the key factor.
As we get ready to celebrate another Thanksgiving, there's one more thing to be grateful to God for---the U.S. Constitution and the political freedom it has brought.
I remember many years ago there was a bumper sticker that asked, What do you choose when youre pro-choice?
Europe is on the eve of changing forever.
A Pew Research Poll released last week reports that fifty-nine percent of Americans see science and religion in conflict. But they also found that, highly religious Americans are less likely than others to see conflict between faith and science.
It has been said that religion is box office poison. Mel Gibson disproved that 11 years ago with The Passion of the Christ.
Every week there is a new story of Judeo-Christian values under fire. A high school football coach in trouble for saying prayers. A Christmas program at school that dares to mention the reason for the season. A Christian baker being sued for being unwilling to violate her conscience.
Once the Supreme Court has ruled, thats it. Case closed. Right? Not necessarily.
Are pro-lifers violent? No. But there are those who accuse them of such.
A shocking new series of videos exposes Planned Parenthood's gruesome practice of harvesting body parts of babies they had aborted.
Recent events have called into question the issue of obeying the government in all ways---even in all circumstances.
As another Labor Day approaches, how are we doing when it comes to work?