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Why Evangelicals Shouldn't Vote for Trump

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The editors of The Christian Post recently explained why we, and Evangelicals in general, are split on whether to vote for Trump. Evangelicals shouldn't vote for the Democratic nominee, Hillary Clinton, we argue, but the Trump option is more complicated.

Was July the 'Hottest Month on Record?' Who Cares?

World Climate Change Conference 2015 (COP21)

Mainstream media the world over breathlessly report that scientists say July 2016 was the "hottest" month in the global temperature record stretching back to 1880 (or as CNN wrongly reported, "ever")! And future Julys will only become hotter! Repent, the end is near!

Could Untouchables Uprising Be India's Rosa Parks Moment?

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For more than a month now the swell of the Dalit (sometimes called "untouchables") uprising has grown across India. Riots stir main streets and town centers; protesters clash with police; and a war of words has begun, with India's prime minister, Narendra Modi, locked in everyone's bull's eye.

A Winning Strategy for Donald Trump From the Book of Proverbs

Michael Brown

Dear Mr. Trump, I'd like to offer you some free advice that will almost certainly guarantee your victory in the November elections. In fact, if you put into practice what I'm about to share with you, you could become a fine president as well. It will only take you about 15 minutes a day.

The Sadness of Progressives Who Want Resegregation

Wallace Henley Portrait

Having lived through the Wallace era, and, as a young Birmingham newspaper reporter covering him and his exploitation of the race issue to advance his political interests, it was distressing to read recently of college students announcing they wanted roommates of their race only.

Aleppo Boy Omran Daqneesh: What Are We Doing for These Precious Kids?

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Perhaps you've seen the picture of Omran Daqneesh, the five-year-old little boy pulled from the rubble and placed into an ambulance, following an airstrike in Aleppo, Syria. I stared at the photo for a long time. And I watched the footage – just barely over a minute (before clicking, know that it's graphic) – of the rescue worker placing him in that chair. Rather than crying in fear or from pain, he stared calmly at the cameras, likely disoriented and in shock.

10 Essential Facts About the History of 'Ben-Hur'


Before an illustrious line of Ben-Hurs — played by Ramon Novarro in 1925, Charlton Heston in 1959, and now Jack Huston in 2016 — graced the big screen, the character of Judah Ben-Hur was crafted in Lew Wallace's 1880 novel, Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ.

Raising Good Kids in a Crazy World

Marina Slayton

Parents Question: It seems to us that the world is getting crazier. From weekly terrorist attacks to a rapid rise in teen suicides to a Presidential candidate who uses profanity on a daily basis…it seems like things are spinning out of control in some ways. How can we help raise up our children to be kind, caring, responsible adults in this crazy era?

My Advice to Ryan Lochte and Myself

Ryan Lochte

The lies I told to make myself look better (or to prevent looking as bad as I deserved) are at their core no different than Lochte's big, ridiculous lie to get out of a fairly minor jam. The only real difference is that Lochte got caught, while I usually got away with it.

'Ben-Hur:' The Incredible Story Behind the Movie

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A remake of Ben-Hur movie is about to hit the movie screens. What's fascinating to me is the story behind the book, which has also inspired two previous movies — the 1925 silent version and the 1959 movie-of-the-year, starring Charlton Heston. That version won 11 Oscars, more than any other movie before it and has only since been tied by Titanic (1997).

Ask Chuck: Refinancing vs. Recasting a Home Mortgage

Chuck Bentley

Dear Chuck, My husband and I own a home and are trying to decide if we should change our mortgage to get in better financial health. I read recently about "recasting" a mortgage, which sounds a lot like a fishing term! Is that something worth considering? We've been looking into refinancing. What is the difference?

Disabilities: Don't Succumb to a Mixed-Up Theology

Ryan Wolfe

Okay, we get it. People born with disabilities are not an accident. But, if this is true and God knows about it, maybe even God did it. What's up with that? Some people conclude that people born with disabilities are being punished.

How to Get Ahead at the Workplace

Nathan Tabor

Work is a lot of work. It's hard, and sometimes thankless. The pay sometimes isn't that great. Too often, you don't feel much appreciated by your boss. Or you haven't received the raise you expect — and believe you deserve.

A Plea for the Schoolgirls Captured by Boko Haram

Chibok parents

Leaning forward and speaking softly into a small handheld lapel microphone, Dorcas uttered what must have seemed an anemic reflection on two years of captivity at the hands of one of the most violent terrorist organizations in the world: "There is no kind of suffering we haven't seen."

A Modern Epidemic of Control Freaks

Pastor Rick McDaniel

On May 9 in Yellowstone National Park a father and son saw a baby bison, decided it looked cold and needed to be rescued. The high temperature that day was 50 degrees and the low was 39. They transported the bison calf in the back of their Toyota Sequoia to a ranger station.


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Pastor Who Says Single Christians Can Have 'Mutually Pleasurable' Sex Doesn't See Bible as God's Infallible Word

The Rev. Bromleigh McCleneghan, the married mother of three and associate pastor for ministry with families at Union Church of Hinsdale in Illinois, who argues that single Christians can have sex as long as it's "mutually pleasurable and affirming," says she doesn't interpret the Bible as God's infallible Word.


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Ex-Acts 29 Board Member John Bryson Hires Private Investigator After Allegations He Covered for Voyeur Pastor

John Bryson, former Acts 29 network board member and lead pastor of Fellowship Memphis, a popular multicultural church he helped found, said he has hired a private investigator after allegations surfaced that he covered for one of his former worship director, Rick Trotter, who was arrested earlier this month for "making upskirt videos of church members."

Liberty Bell

Behind-the-Scene Tour of Museum of the Bible: 5,000 lb Genesis Bronze Door, Electronic Biblical Art Ceiling (Interview)

Museum President Cary Summers took The Christian Post behind the scenes on a hardhat tour through the 8-level construction zone last week, sharing the ongoing construction journey.

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5 Rio Olympics 2016 Athletes Who Didn't Win Medals But Still Gave God Glory

The Olympic Games in Rio De Janeiro were about much more than athletes winning coveted medals for their home country for some Olympians. The Christian Post rounded up five Christian Olympians who used their international platform to glorify God even without gold, medal or bronze hardware.

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World Vision Funding Hamas Charges Not Adding Up, Israel Source Says

Accusations that a World Vision employee in Gaza funneled millions of dollars to the Palestinian terrorist group Hamas makes no sense, according to a non-governmental organization staffer based in Israel who spoke to The Christian Post on condition of anonymity.

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Nike's Brand Manager Shares His Heroin Addiction, Jail Time Before Knowing Jesus

Jordan Rogers is a North America Brand Manager at Nike, but it wouldn't have been possible had he not been able to recover from his drug addiction, he shares in a new, candid "I Am Second" video as he celebrates 13 years of freedom and sobriety.