Chuck Colson

Christian Post Guest Columnist

Reflections on My Father: Hard Work and Honesty

As this Father's Day approaches, I've been thinking a lot about my own dad, and how blessed I was to have him in my life. I was born during the Depression; by today's standards, I guess you'd say we grew up in fairly deprived circumstances. I just didn't know it.

Wrongful Birth?

We've all heard of wrongful death lawsuits, but can a doctor be sued for wrongful birth? Evidently, the answer is yes.

Prepare to Give an Answer

We know we will be asked what we think of homosexuality and so-called gay "marriage." So we need to prepare now for what we'll say then. If we are caught off-guard without knowing what to say, shame on us.

October Baby and Doonby

Movies that deal with the sanctity of life are suddenly in the news. Two films delve deeply and fearlessly into an issue that the entertainment industry has rarely been brave enough to tackle.

Making GLAAD's 'Accountability' List

The Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation has placed 36 commentators, yours truly among them, on its Commentator Accountability Project list. Their definition of "gay bashing" is skewed.

Submission: Turning a Blind Eye

For the past year, Christians in northern Nigeria have been the victims of murder and ethnic cleansing by an al Qaeda-affiliated group named Boko Haram. The group, whose name means "book learning is forbidden," has pledged to kill every Nigerian Christian in its effort to impose Sharia on Africa's most populous nation.

Vending Machine Abortions

Contraception from vending machines? Sometimes it's better when things aren't so convenient. When contraception is as convenient as sodas and candy bars, that's the sign that sexuality has not only been divorced from marriage and procreation.