What would Jesus blog?
Campaign season is almost over and we will soon all be set free from the constant bombardment of political ads. And as we all know, the closer to the election, the uglier and more controversial the political ads become.
A coalition of pro-family leaders urges Christian families to be faithful to biblical morality and discerning in the face of false and irresponsible accusations. Christianity and traditional values are not the cause of teen suicides, and attempts to link the two are deceptive and will ultimately harm children.
Although U.N officials are concerned the cholera epidemic in Haiti could spread to "tens of thousands of cases" and become the next big catastrophe that many had feared, it is not the devastating hurricane many had conjectured.
Nancy Pearcey's newest book, Saving Leonardo: A Call to Resist the Secular Attack on Mind, Morals, & Meaning, arrives at a pivotal and opportune time.
For more than two centuries, they were kept out, given the circumstances unique from civilian life. Then, for a few days, they were welcomed in. Now they are out again.
Slumbering citizens and saints all across the country are waking up and realizing, "We don't need the elites to dictate to us any longer or to spend our money on their liberal agendas."
An important moral voice in American public life was muzzled in 1954, and we are still paying the price.
It is possible that most of us will never experience a dramatic and extreme situation like this. But at least it should be expected that our faith in Jesus Christ would be the same and that, like Henríquez ...
Rather than arguing that the field trip represents government support of Islam, Meltzer is claiming that it violates the religious freedom of students not to set foot in a mosque.
Sleep problems should be bumped up on everyone's priority list and identified and treated. The outcome will be surprisingly beneficial and probably will save your life.
We are a people who believe in certain unalienable rights – life, liberty, and the pursuit of opulence. Wouldn't questioning the validity of such things be, well, un-American?
Cap-and-trade legislation has died, with little hope of resurrection for a long time to come. What the representatives of the people cannot accomplish, however, the Environmental Protection Agency can.
In the midst of the circus around the proposed Koran burning, I'm concerned that a more important message may be lost.
While the church's pastor, Terry Jones, may not burn Qur'an after all, Fred "God Hates Fags" Phelps is promising to do so if Jones is a "sissy" and doesn't.
The divine plan doesn't require vegetarianism or the abolition of meat, but factory farming isn't a good practice and our addiction to meat only complicates things.
The oil spill has become this mirror into our frail society. A society that has been educated by history books that teach us that those at fault are everyone else but us.
If I am a Christian, Christ should be my axiom, my reference point, guiding all areas of my life and my time is not excluded.
Federal Judge Vaughn Walker's August 4 decision asserting that the U. S. Constitution includes a right to same-sex "marriage" is less a serious legal ruling than a strange collation of absurdities, falsehoods and internal contradictions.
Dear Glenn, I think we got off on the wrong foot.
I can't explain what I felt as I watched Dr. Alveda King bounding down the steps of the Lincoln Memorial steps to deliver her speech, "I Too, Have a Dream."
Watching the news in the last few months has been a real eye-opener for me.
I recognize that people of good will and good faith might differ with each other on this. Yet there is no need to "de-Christianize" each other over the matter.
When a public figure makes a public statement on a controversial topic, it invites — even encourages — a public conversation.
As David Axelrod pointed out on the day following the release of Judge Vaughn Walker's ruling on Prop. 8, President Obama still supports civil unions but opposes same-sex marriage. This makes him a homophobic bigot, according to the learned judge.