The fear of cosmic evil—of evil that is more than just bad neural wiring in the brain of a murderer—is innate within us all. It is a healthy and sane emotion.
Jeremiah’s son can look upon his father and see gratitude, humility, and strength; not the grievance and victimhood that is celebrated in our political life today.
American farmer Joel Salatin joins Federalist Radio to discuss how humans can reconcile their faith, respect for nature, and caring for the environment.
Fathers have an enormous influence on their children for good or for ill. By their character and actions, they teach their children who God is.
Families can seek out their churches and families for comfort when they experience a miscarriage, stillbirth, or infant loss, just as they would after the death of an older child.
Yes, of course giving is good. But responsible adults don’t run their lives, households, or businesses on that premise alone. Nor should our government.
Creationists may be completely wrong about how the cosmos was born, but they clearly know how babies are created. And in a Darwinist calculus, reproductive rates are what count.
Clearly, there is nothing secular about progressivism. Look under the veneer of pseudo-scientific language, and you’re left staring at a fanatically religious mindset.
Many people have a hard time finding the point of poetry, much less poetry that boasts of its nonsensical content; but poetry is the literature of compacted significance.
Complex yet reverent, ‘Silence’ explores the meanings and dilemmas of the Christian faith, and decisively sets a new benchmark for religious films.
This gives us the chance to look at some beautiful objects, delve into history, and reflect on why the martyrdom of a first-century Christian is still relevant almost 2,000 years later.
If my country is going to tell me how to pray, America ceases to be America, and I cease to wear this flag with pride. That is this soldier’s line in the sand.
Ye shall know them by their dangling hands when the flag goes by, and frown at them.
Our society has lost the ability to make even the most elementary moral distinctions. And it hurts our children most of all.
If there can be an argument for God’s existence based on aesthetic experience, why can’t there be a corresponding argument based on food?
If my fellow Christians can face the sword of ISIS, surely I can face a Donald Trump presidency.
Apparently, being a rabbi doesn’t endow one with enough knowledge of Hebrew to be able to make basic gender distinctions in biblical texts.
The question isn’t whether God uses mothers to advance the gospel, but how.
Miscarriage is one of the things in life that show we simply aren’t meant to know, control, and understand everything that happens.
For some gut-level, intuitive reason, I have a stubborn suspicion that we’ll get to see Bowie again some day.
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