By their reckoning, white evangelicals have become reckless plague-bearers with no regard for the poor and oppressed, and their cruelty rightly earns them the world’s opprobrium.
As we prepare to celebrate Christmas this year, may we remember persecuted Christians across the globe who do the same, though at great risk to themselves.
“Northam is due honor and respect as a politician, but overstepped his role by being a teacher in the church. He is teaching something false,” Hemingway said.
According to a new survey, mental health has tanked across the board during this year of mayhem, except for one group: those who regularly attend church.
It is because we hope in an eternal savior that we joyfully continue our daily lives. We don’t need a week off of classes or work to mourn an election. Our daily joys have suffered no loss of meaning.
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.
Facebook says a “glitch” in their initiative to flag groups associated with conspiracy theorists like QAnnon was wrongly applied to a Christian worship organization.
No, Christians shouldn’t tie themselves to the GOP. But it’s farcical to equivocate the records of Republicans and Trump to the Democrats on abortion.
Faith is increasingly under attack in President Xi Jinping’s China. People around the world should be speaking up in defense of China’s persecuted believers.
A female vice-presidential candidate needs more than sequined Converse All Stars and a flashy smile to win our support. She needs a conscience.
How out of touch with actual conservative Christians does the media have to be to think mocking televangelists is a bad thing?
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?
It’s time to free ourselves from the vicious political cycle created by a cynical party duopoly that cares nothing for the least among us who bear the face of Christ, but only about preserving itself.
The dream for compromise between those demanding absolute affirmation for ever-evolving gender and sexual convictions and others of strong religious faith is unrealistic — and not because of religious folks.
Science is worshiped by a religious fundamentalism that, contrary to evidence, believes it will guide us into all truth. This is an objectively irrational, unproven and unprovable belief.
Promoting public health through vaccines seems like the right thing to do, but there’s a good reason to preserve religious exemptions: Some vaccines rely on cell lines from aborted fetal tissue.
‘It’s great that dog grooming, gin, guns, and garden supplies are essential,’ says Pastor Kevin Martin, chuckling at the irony, ‘but the body and blood of Christ are not.’
It’s very difficult to argue you’re just trying to protect the kids when the biggest worry you can conjure is that some students may still need to interact with religious folk.
We most certainly are living in coronavirus hell, but despite what leftists and the media say, Christians aren’t the ones who got us here.
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