Featured Posts

Why Evangelicals Calling for Trump to Withdraw Are Wrong

It's easy to understand why some evangelical public figures and publications have called on Donald Trump to withdraw from the Presidential race. Widely respected evangelical pastor John Piper's call for both Trump and Hillary Clinton to withdraw better reflects the impartiality of Biblical justice — and the reality of the two candidates' flaws.

Jonathan Cahn: I'm Not Part of the 'Blood Moon Industry'

Blood moon

Just when I thought it was going to be an uneventful night, I was blessed with a little excitement. I'm writing this in a hotel room in California preparing to minister on television tomorrow — when I just happened to be looking at the Christian Post and to my surprise saw an attack piece by a man named Jerry Bowyer … largely concerning me.

To Overcome Racism, Loving Thy Neighbor Isn't Enough

Mac Pier

As Christians, the second greatest commandment we've been given is to "love thy neighbor." And while most believers adhere to that principle, for the most part, it is important to remember that most Christians in America tend to live within neighborhoods where their neighbors look alike — that is, there is not much racial diversity.

Wayne Grudem's Deplorable Argument for Trump

Are Evangelicals Resigned to Trump?

Flip-flopping aside, what do we make of Grudem's new stance that if we don't like either candidate then we should simply vote for Trump's policies? Well, unfortunately for the American voter, Grudem's case is a complete failure for anyone who doesn't accept consequentialist-based reasoning.

The Crucifixion of Judge Roy Moore

Matt Barber

Under the "progressive" leadership of Barack Obama and his like-minded "social justice" warriors throughout all levels of government, we have entered an era of lawlessness unprecedented in American history.

Trumped Up

Ken Blackwell

If you rely on press coverage of the presidential race you probably think everything is fine in America. No foreign threats. No domestic crises. No budget or crime problems. Certainly nothing important enough to warrant discussing where the candidates stand.

Mosul's Liberation Has Begun. Is the World Ready?

Displaced people, Islamic State, Mosul

In was in June of 2014 that ISIS first arrived in Mosul. Four short days later, the city fell into the hands of the terrorists. Its population, once estimated at over 1.8 million, dwindled as thousands of residents fled. Those who remain are now being held captive by thousands of ISIS fighters.

Why I'm Voting for Mike Pence

Shane Idleman

While we are concerned with terrorism, and rightly so, there is a greater threat from within. We are witnessing the rapid deterioration of a nation before our eyes. We have become one nation "above" God, rather than under God.

'Fact-Checking' America

Donald Trump

In light of last week's presidential debate in St. Louis and Hillary Clinton's assertion that "millions" would be "fact-checking" the many statements made by the candidates who would lead this country, I decided to join the legions of fact-checkers and here's what I discovered:

After the Election, What Is to Become of Evangelicals?

Donald Trump, Mike Pence

Nearly two thirds of self-identified white evangelical voters in America continue to support the overtly racist, misogynistic, and religiously bigoted presidential campaign of Donald Trump. Whether or not these citizens consider themselves to be pro-life ...

Decrying Democratic 'Christophobia' Is Overblown and Hypocritical

Eric Sapp

Last week, Russian hackers released private emails between John Halpin and Jennifer Palmieri (both of whom are Catholic) from when they worked at the Center for American Progress. In the emails, Halpin and Palmieri criticize conservatives like Rupert Murdoch for promoting views Halpin said represented a bastardization of his Catholic faith.


Get Free Breaking News Alerts!

Daily News

Weekly News

Preview:  Daily » | Weekly »
Eric Walsh

Georgia Demands Pastor Surrender Sermons After Filing Federal Religious Discrimination Claim

A Seventh-day Adventist lay minister who says he was fired by Georgia's Department of Public Health after officials were assigned to watch and review the content of his sermons, says he will not comply with the state government's demands that he hand over his sermons for review by state attorneys.


Bryan Carter, Jeff Warren

How Churches Kept Dallas From Exploding After a Gunman Killed 5 Police Officers

When 25-year-old Micah Xavier Johnson fatally shot five police officers and injured seven others in Dallas, Texas, in July, the city's Mayor Mike Rawlings knew he would need the church to keep the city from exploding.

Jacob Javits Center, Movement Day

Thousands of Christians From Around the World Gather in New York City for Movement Day

Thousands of Christians from cities representing more than 90 countries around the world gathered in New York City Tuesday for the opening of the Movement Day Global Cities conference where they tackled issues under the banner of disrupting cities with the Gospel globally.

Zach Williams
(Photo: Merge PR)

Rocker-Turned-Christian Musician Zach Williams Breaks Free From Drugs and Alcohol With 'Chain Breaker' (Interview)

Singer Zach Williams walked away from a life of drugs, destruction and rock 'n' roll and is now helping others to break free from the chains of bondage by leading them to Jesus with his hit song "Chain Breaker."

Liberation of Bartella
(Photo: REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic)

Mosul Offensive: Archbishop of Erbil Says at Least 2 Christian Villages Are Now Liberated (Interview)

As Iraqi-led coalition forces fight to liberate the Iraqi city of Mosul and surrounding areas from the Islamic State, two Nineveh towns that were once home to hundreds of Christian families have finally been liberated from the barbaric death cult, according to the Archbishop of Erbil.

Bill Johnson
(Photo: Courtesy of Bill Johnson Ministries)

Bethel Church Pastor Bill Johnson on Jesus' Lifestyle, Miracle Healings Today (Interview)

If you ask Bill Johnson, many Christians will say they believe God is good because the Bible says so, but the way they interpret His goodness is another matter entirely.