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?
Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world, wrote Yeats in The Second Coming. He penned those words in 1919, but as David Lehman observes, those words provide a summary of the present age (WSJ, 7/25-26/15).
As the school year begins to gear up again, its a given that in classrooms across the country, evolution will be taught virtually everywhere and virtually always as a proven fact.
It used to be a joke to see signs in historic places boasting George Washington slept here. But I think in a very real sense, a handful of churches could legitimately have a sign proclaiming, George Washington worshiped here. His active Christianity reflects a key aspect of our nations founding the importance of the Judeo-Christian tradition.
No deal at all is better than a bad deal. I think that is especially true with the recent deal with Iran that President Obama and Secretary of State Kerry are touting.
As I read the news, I am dismayed to see how few people seem to be preparing for the only day in their lives that matters more than any other the day they give an account to God.
Unless youve been in a cave the last few days or you only get your news from the mainstream media, I am sure you are well aware of the Planned Parenthood scandal exposed by a secret videotape.
A hundred years ago around this time a terrible massacre was taking place against Christians. It was the Armenian massacre, where literally hundreds of thousands of Christians were slaughtered just for being Christian by Muslims in what is now Turkey.
To conceive of America apart from religious liberty is almost unthinkable. But recent events have shown us the unthinkable may be right around the corner, with long-established religious rights being brushed away---despite weak judicial assurances to the contrary.
In 1819, Jefferson spoke out against judicial activism, saying: "The Constitution is a mere thing of wax in the hands of the judiciary, which they may twist and shape into any form they please."