Good pastors don’t contradict the Bible’s teaching, and you don’t need to read very far to see that human life is precious.
Media blatantly ignores Joe Biden’s Biblical flub that would be non-stop headline fodder if uttered by the current president.
New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof uses poor thinking about abortion to misunderstand why for many Christians it is a paramount issue.
Christians may reasonably disagree over a great many issues of public policy, but we must all reject the Democratic Party’s extremist platform of unrestricted, taxpayer-funded abortion on demand.
Piper’s argument boils down to this: It’s crazy for Christians to think Trump’s sins are less serious than Biden’s policies. Here’s why he’s wrong.
The Judeo-Christian idea that language corresponds with reality, a feature of the classical liberal system, is for the left a bug that must be crushed by the totalitarian boot.
The political drama in Michigan reveals how essential it is in a republic that the citizens defy unconstitutional and illegal orders of their government.
People have asked me why we are holding these ‘worship protests,’ and the answer is simple: God is moving, and our nation desperately needs it.
Christians say, with the apostle Paul, that for us to live is Christ, and to die is gain — yet at the very thought of death, so many of our churches slammed our doors shut and are keeping them closed. What does that say about our faith?
Our educational institutions have committed intellectual grand theft, withholding critical knowledge from students and replacing it with the poison of identity politics and political correctness.
For radical leftists like the ones rioting in Portland, it was never truly about addressing police brutality, but tearing down all the West holds dear.
From the tragic death of George Floyd and the violent riots, to the coronavirus pandemic and a record-setting unemployment rate, there’s only one conclusion: We need prayer.
Believing fast food is essential while the Lord’s Supper is nonessential has always been ridiculous. But believing worshiping is dangerous while looting is warranted is downright infuriating.
This short book by pastor John Piper ruffles feathers because it affirms the most offensive message in the history of the world: the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Now that we are past the peak of infections in our area, and our hospitals are not in immediate danger of being overwhelmed, it’s time to restart in-person services in a responsible way.
The pandemic rages, and death is everywhere. Maybe it’s in the darkest of days that we’re most aware of the resurrection — and more in search of the Light.
Lindell just spent three days converting a 200,000-square-foot factory into a facility to produce millions of masks for American health care workers.
While Christians do our part to slow the spread of the Wuhan virus, we should welcome this unexpected Lenten exercise as a wake-up call to shake us out of complacency.
Life can feel furiously fast, but stopping during Lent to take note of our beginning and our end allows us a moment to slow down and breathe in our mortality with comfort.
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