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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.

3 Ways Hillary Plans to Deeply Worsen Our Abortion Problem

Jay Hobbs

Election 2016 is just weeks away, and, with both major candidates for the presidency descending to historic lows in approval ratings, Christians and other pro-lifers are among those reconsidering their long-held default options for the nation's top executive.

Freedom to Disagree at Risk in This Election

Jerry Newcombe

If you care about the freedom-to-disagree in America, keep your eyes on the gubernatorial election in the Tar Heel state. In "North Carolina Governor could lose election over bathroom bill" (adn.com, 10/9/16), Dana Millbank writes, "North Carolina's Republican governor, Pat McCrory, was a good bet for reelection earlier this year …. Since then, McCrory's fortunes have been, well, in the toilet."

The Shirt Read, 'Shoot The Police'

Shane Idleman

Stunned, I contemplated what I had read. Just days after Sergeant Owen in Lancaster, California, was brutally killed, a young high schooler was photographed at a local high school wearing a shirt that read, "Shoot the Police." Emotions surfaced from anger to sadness.

Secret Sin Will Devour You

matt moore

I am convinced that sin takes its most vigorous and incapacitating form as it festers in secrecy. When a Christian shields his sins from others and outwardly portrays himself to be more whole and stable than he truly is — this Christian is in the direst of predicaments.

Hillary Clinton vs. Donald Trump: Foreign Policy

Donald Trump

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and her Republican rival Donald Trump have presented to the American public a foreign policy vision that aligns in some aspects, but also diverges on several important issues, such as NATO.


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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.



At Feast of Tabernacles Celebration, Jews Remember Exodus From Egypt

When the people of Israel journeyed out of slavery from Egypt through the wilderness toward the land God had promised them as recorded in the Bible, it was a time of sorrow and a time of joy.

David Ireland, Christ Church

'Prayerfest': Thousands of Christians Join New Jersey Megachurch in Day of Prayer and Fasting

Thousands of Christians gathered across two campuses of the 8,000-member Christ Church, headquartered in Rockaway, New Jersey, as well as online Friday for a full day of prayer and fasting for personal renewal and their community.

Jonathan Cain and Paula White
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Journey's Jonathan Cain Releases Christian Album, Says Wife Paula White Led Him Deeper in Christ (Interview)

Longtime Journey band member Jonathan Cain is releasing his Christian album, "What God Wants to Hear" on Friday, and says in an interview with The Christian Post that his wife, Pastor Paula White, has been instrumental in helping him grow in his faith and follow the mind of Christ.

Christians in China
(Photo: Reuters/Kim Kyung-Hoon)

China Frees Pastor of 50,000-Member Church After 7 Years in Prison; Brutality Signs Evident

A Christian megachurch pastor from China's northern Shanxi province was reportedly released after spending seven years in prison for protesting against the demolition of a house church, and is believed to be showing physical signs of mistreatment.

Gladwin Zuniga
(Photo: Courtesy of Elliott Gladwin)

Christian Men Struggling With Homosexuality Find Refuge in 'Your Other Brothers' Storytelling Project

Little did two millennial men know that when they independently Googled "Christians struggling with homosexuality" in utter desperation that a band of brothers would be forged because of their unwanted sexual desires.