Paul has been a talk host on Christian radio in Detroit since February 2002. His guests have included politicians, theologians, musicians, ethicists, and many more of todays influencers and critical thinkers.
Paul majored in church history, attending Baptist Bible College in Springfield, MO and Grace College & Seminary in Winona Lake, IN. He has been in ministry full-time as a pastor since 1989.
What kind of history is this? On what basis can you reach the conclusion that money and racism were the motivating factors that precipitated conservative political activism and not the moral issues of abortion, marriage and homosexuality?
The terror “event” over Detroit on Christmas Day hits closer to home for me than it may for many other people around the country. I live in Detroit.
Prior to this recent series of revelations, there wasn’t a man on the planet who in some sense didn’t want to be Tiger Woods. Tiger is good looking. He’s physically fit.
We should certainly pray for the president. We should pray for wisdom for him, for strength for him, for protection for him and his family. But where his plans clearly oppose righteousness, we should pray they fail.
I’m not sure how helpful it is for conservative commentators to join the chorus of mainstream media voices piling on Rush Limbaugh.
Consider these facts: Barack Obama is the first president in history to directly address the Muslim world in an inaugural address.
President Bush leaves Washington the way he came in. You may recall that on January 20, 2001—the day of George W. Bush’s first Inaugural—the Bush team entered their offices at the White House for the first time to discover that Clinton staffers had trashed them, going so far as to remove all of the “W’s” from their computers.
Les Standiford is the director of the Creative Writing program at Florida International University. He has written an intriguing back story to Charles Dickens’s A Christmas Carol in his book “The Man Who Invented Christmas: How Charles Dickens’s A Christmas Carol Rescued His Career and Revived Our Holiday Spirits.”
The mainstream media’s covering for Barack Obama on his relationship with Illinois governor Rod Blagojevich is predictable, laughable and tragic.
It used to be that a “confessing church” was a church known for its adherence to the great theological confessions from church history.
In his cover story for the October 13, 2008 issue of Newsweek, managing editor Jon Meacham continues the media’s relentless personal attacks on Governor Palin.
Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has produced a compelling essay for the current issue of Foreign Affairs which addresses the “new realities” which inform the Bush Administration’s foreign policy.
The lead character in the Pixar film “WALL-E” is both an acronym (Waste Allocation Load Lifter—Earth class) and a lonely robot with a personality.
At the conclusion of his Father’s Day Sermon, Senator Barack Obama made the point that his life revolves around his two little girls.
Just how low do presidential candidates have to go to win votes? Is there historical precedent for debasing oneself in pursuit of the nation’s highest office?
“An Evangelical Manifesto,” was drafted by theologian and social critic Os Guinness with the affirmation of a nine-person steering committee.
Senator Obama’s “A More Perfect Union” speech was political rhetoric at its finest.
After having seen “There Will Be Blood” three times in packed theatres there is no question it deserved its seven Oscar nominations—and perhaps should have received the Academy Award for best picture on Sunday night.
The Religious Left is successfully redefining what it means to be a conservative evangelical by misrepresenting what it means to be a conservative evangelical.
The Republican establishment has looked down its nose at social conservatives far too long, tolerating us because they need our votes. But now the tables are turned.