This won’t come as a shock, but there seems to be precious little tolerance for the views and opinions of Christians in public schools lately.
- April 17, 2013 |
If the Supreme Court legalizes same-sex marriage, what next?
Growing up in Southern California in the 1960s and ‘70s, the Los Angeles Dodgers were my team. I can still hear the poetic Vin Scully calling the games on the radio. (Pictured below) His play-by-play was the soundtrack of my summers.
Yesterday’s USA Today ran a piece by Kirsten Powers, a columnist and political commentator, that questioned why the trial of Kermit Gosnell isn’t making front page news.
A weekend of violence left 20 dead, seven of whom were Christians, after three artillery shells crashed into a Central African Republic church.
Evangelical leader David Barton endorses book which touts Latter Day Saint views of history and prophecy
John McCandlish Phillips Jr., an acclaimed New York Times reporter who left his job to become an evangelist, died April 9 at age 85 after a long bout with pneumonia.
Two former workers from Planned Parenthood of Delaware say the Wilmington abortion center’s unsanitary and unsafe conditions put women at risk.
Lessons learned from a momentary birthday crisis
At least 40 people are feared dead in Iran and seven more in Pakistan after a powerful earthquake near the countries' shared border.
Fear can cripple and debilitate, making it hard for us to even function. How do we deal with it?
Yesterday I was typing the name “Kermit Gosnell,” and my phone auto-corrected the name to “gospel.” I shuddered momentarily.
Some Christians see God as a kindly but passive observer of our choices. After all, God wouldn’t ever interfere with our free will, would He? Ask Jonah and a wry smile would come over his face.
With Brennan, I concur that it is high time for the church to honor its Founder by embracing sola gratia anew.
As I thought about the bombings in Boston, this verse came to mind:
A new study finds that high use of social media among college students was associated with lower grade point averages and other negative outcomes.
Richard Land, the evangelical culture warrior who was set to leave his job with the Southern Baptists after a series of controversies, will step down early to become head of Southern Evangelical Seminary in Charlotte, N.C., in July.
What if you don't have a "real resume?" Can you still compete?