Winning the moral debates of the day is more possible than you might think. But you gotta play to win.
Pro-choice activists and the liberal media are hopping mad. Find out why you should be jumping for joy.
Why is Britain burning? One British writer has the answer - one we need to hear on this side of the pond.
I cannot imagine life without my autistic grandson, Max. However, the chilling truth is, there are plenty of people who can.
The American people and world markets have lost confidence in American leadership. That confidence must be restored.
How did we get into this economic mess? The denizens of Wall Street, Capitol Hill, and yes, Main Street, U.S.A., cast prudence and responsibility to the curb and chased dollars, votes, and the good life. And it all came crashing down around our heads.
Would you sign a contract without understanding it? Of course not. Then why do so many rush into marriage without knowing what marriage is all about?
We’ve all been forced to wade knee-deep in the sewer that has become Washington politics. It’s time to step out of the muck and take a sober look at where we are.
John Stott, who taught Christians that their minds mattered and led them out of their safe, comfortable and guilty cultural isolation, died last week. Will we return to where he found us?
Has the Chinese government suddenly become a proponent of gay rights? Or is something else going on?
What do Jesus Christ and Harry Potter have in common? Well, according to one new book, everything -- including being fictional characters! Hmmm.
Congress and the president seem unable to come together and find an agreement avoiding an economic catastrophe. How in the world did we get into this fix? Americans as a rule used to be a frugal people.
The desperate battle over the debt ceiling has me thinking that something is terribly wrong in Washington.
What ever can explain the horrible events that took place in Oslo? The answer is hard for moderns to accept.
The New York legislature’s decision to allow same-sex couples to marry is a good reason to reassess our defense of marriage. But it’s not a reason to give up.
Why is it that so many people who want so badly to get and stay married, end up crashing on the marital shoals? I’ve got one answer from an unlikely source.
You can rationalize your behavior, you can distract yourself, but you won't forget. No, when your conscience is nagging you, face it, something's wrong.
When it comes to renewing the culture, it’s better to light a candle than curse the darkness.
Jugs, broken pieces of pottery, and the remains of an old building. Find out how these point to the trustworthiness of the Bible.
The battle over the debt ceiling has placed the country on the precipice of the cliff. Enough of the politics.
No doubt you’ve heard friends – even Christian friends – and you hear them say, “Well, why shouldn’t gays be able to marry like anyone else? What will it hurt? It won’t affect marriage, and it will help them build stable families.”
The same sexual liberalism that rejects all meaningful restraints on sexual conduct is incapable of seeing marriage as “one-flesh union of sexually complementary spouses naturally ordered to the good of procreation.”
Did you know that abortion fuels the sex trade? It’s a tragic truth that abortion advocates can’t admit.
Do we demand justice at the price of due process? I hope not, and for purely biblical reasons.
When times are great, it’s easy to be grateful. But when times are tough, that calls for radical gratitude.