That men and women now come to slander and distort these sub-creations of Tolkien is, in a strange way, a testament to his legacy.
On this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour, Jason Whitlock explains how politics are tearing down one of the more unifying forces in America: sports.
For several decades now, American society has operated under a false assumption that banning prayer in public schools is irrevocable settled science.
‘Apple as a company has always portrayed themselves publicly as an entity that cares so much about security … and now we see them going the opposite way for China.’
Ally Cole and Ruby Wierzbicki tell the story about how as two college students riding on a bus, they discovered they were adopted from the same Chinese orphanage.
Carrie Gress and Noelle Mering of The Theology of Home believe their capacity as women to impact the culture and society starts in the home.
Leftists use lawsuits, not to address actual discrimination, but to demonize those with different beliefs and to characterize the Bible itself as hateful.
The day in between Jesus’ death and resurrection stands at a pivotal juncture between despair and hope, fear and courage, death and new life.
On the Federalist Radio Hour, author Billy Hallowell said the real danger is not in the sneakers themselves, or in the music video, but in the culture.
The corporate media is using the Atlanta shooter’s faith background to malign what Christians have believed about human sexuality for 2,000 years.
A new bill in California would arbitrarily define “hate groups” and “hate speech,” resulting in Christians and conservatives being targeted.
Cardinal Robert Sarah’s departure invites suspicions of a continuing purge by Pope Francis of opponents to his project.
Lent isn’t intended to be a staid, formulaic religious practice, but a fountain of grace that points our hearts, minds, and bodies toward the eternal.
Max Lucado’s singular message is God’s unending love for everyone, but his invitation to speak at the National Cathedral sent the Episcopal Church reeling.
You’ve probably been asking yourself the same thing I have: ‘What can an ordinary dissenter like me do to save this republic?’ My answer is: ‘Anything I can to fortify myself and others.’
Church leaders now must make a choice: Either condemn Joe Biden’s pro-abortion governance or become complicit in the president’s scandalous support of abortion.
Since the moment Halloween ended and All Saints Day dawned, I’ve been excited for Christmas with what feels like the hope of a young child.
A second challenge to Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s discriminatory COVID rules that targeted Orthodox Jews provides a crucial test for the new Supreme Court.
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