There is a reason the church in America has lost ground in recent years.
The testimony of Prof. Dr. Julius Hallervorden (1882-1965) during the Nuremberg Trials for Nazi war crimes was chilling, with obvious implications for Planned Parenthood today.
Black lives matter! We have heard this chant in cities across America as protestors have drawn attention to acts of alleged police brutality against black Americans, including the fatal shooting of an unarmed black man in the back.
The ad on the StemExpress website is bright, professional, and clear.
If we are really going to see a gospel-based moral and cultural revolution, then we must be a spiritual army, and if we are really going to be a spiritual army, then we must be a people who are submitted to authority.
I was filling out a form at the doctors office the other day when I was reminded of a stark truth: Biological, genetic males will never be females, no matter how much surgery they have and no matter how many hormones they take.
The video evidence is too clear to deny, as a powerful Planned Parenthood leader discusses the sale of baby parts livers, limbs, tissue, and hearts while casually eating her dinner, even describing how partial birth abortion is used to preserve those body parts which are in particular demand.
In response to my article Why Two? The Question Gay Activists Cannot Answer, James Peron penned an article titled Polygamy Is Not the Next Gay Marriage.
In the aftermath of the Supreme Courts decision on marriage, which effectively codifies Bible believers as bigots, the attack on conservative Christian values has reached fever pitch.
If marriage is not the union of a man and a woman, then why should it be limited to two people (or, for that matter, require two people)? Why cant it be one or three or five? What makes the number two so special if it doesnt refer to the union of a male and a female?
About 20 years ago, I was spending time with David Wilkerson in New York City when a storm unexpectedly broke out as we were leaving a building.
Dear Justice Kennedy, Im sure you are getting flooded with words of congratulations from your admirers and words of criticism from your detractors, but please allow me to offer my own hearty thank you yet as a staunch critic of your decision, one of the most infamous in the history of our nation. Why then do I thank you?
I had some remarkable interaction on Twitter this past Tuesday night. Not only was it eye-opening, it also provided a window into the mass confusion that is affecting our society.
As a white, Jewish American (and committed follower of Jesus), I have learned much from my black brothers and sisters, among whom are some dear friends and colleagues, while some of my fondest memories of worship and ministry are in the context of black church services.
Over and over again we are told that we have lost the culture wars and that its time for us to throw in the towel and capitulate, especially as the Supreme Courts decision on redefining marriage is about to be announced (or has even been announced by the time you read this article).
Today, we have moved from moral relativism to reality relativism, where not only morality but everything is determined by how I feel, so you can have your reality and I can have mine.
I do not for a moment want to minimize the very real struggles of those who identify as transgender nor do I want to ignore those individuals who have genuine biological or genetic abnormalities.
Dear Gov. McCrory, With all due respect to your office and your many years of service to the people of North Carolina, I must say that I read your response to the congressional override of your veto to Senate Bill 2 with real disappointment.
Dear Tony, In the spirit of your public statement released yesterday, urging churches to welcome same-sex couples, Im writing this open letter to you, appealing to you to reconsider your decision before you bring further reproach to the gospel and hurt those you want to help.