Each year, Christmas brings together families, friends, and communities to rejoice in the birth of Jesus Christ and celebrate the wonderful gifts God has bestowed upon us.
Let's go! Now! When angels came to some shepherds with a brilliant message one night long ago, the shepherds had a brilliant idea.
Seniors have only a short time left to take advantage of the opportunity to switch plans with their Medicare prescription drug benefit.
As I grew, I came to understand that there's an even better gift than the most prized Christmas present.
The question of where Barack Obama and his family will go to church after he takes office is attracting a lot of media attention.
Throughout recorded history, most human beings have been poor. Poverty has been the norm and affluence the exception.
It is quite clear that Barack Obama is looking to change the moral direction of this country in a way that Christians do not want to go.
The more convinced a person is of the Christian faith the more likely they are to vote for individuals reflecting Christian values.
Imagine learning that your father died while serving his country. Then imagine living for decades with only scant details about his death and character.
In 2000 and 2004, it was the churchgoing moral-religious "values voters" that made the difference for George W. Bush. Barack Obama hopes to peel off just enough of those voters.
In part two of this series, Paul Kengor will consider Obama's chances of winning "values voters" on November 4.
Every Christian in America must vote every time they get the opportunity.
On both sides of the aisle, politicians repeatedly criticize the amount of money America spends on health care.
In an unexpected, frightening moment in April 1945, Vice President Harry Truman got the news: President Franklin Delano Roosevelt was dead.
That great political philosopher and New York Yankees catcher Yogi Berra once said, "It ain't over till it's over."
Since the selection of Governor Sarah Palin as John McCain's Vice Presidential running mate, the liberal left has been in a tizzy.
I want to briefly revisit the Saddleback forum that took place between Senator Barack Obama and Senator John McCain.
John McCain has experienced a political Trifecta garnering the coveted conservative base that is absolutely necessary for any Republican to win an election.
The past decade has seen a significant increase in literature attending to the subject of film and faith particularly around the question of theology and film.
The British agency tasked with deciding which treatments the government will cover just ruled that if a life-saving drug costs too much, it shouldn't be prescribed - even if it's the only treatment option.
One thing I believe is becoming more and more evident is that this election will probably be decided on two issues; abortion and same sex marriage.
Much has been made of the political liabilities that Reverend Jeremiah Wright's incendiary remarks have created for Barack Obama's candidacy for President and understandably so.
Many Christians are uncomfortable with sin being shown in "Christian films". Hence, many Christian filmmakers avoid showing the darker side of our world to people because they believe showing sin cannot possibly bring glory to God.